[Interview of Hazel M. Hamilton on her service in the U.S. Women's Army Corps during WWII].

Hazel M. Hamilton, formerly a sergeant in the Women's Army Corps, talks about her service in World War Two. Hamilton explains why she enlisted in July 1942 and talks about going through confidential secretary training and working and housing conditions at her duty stations in Des Moines, Iowa, Dayto...

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Corporate Authors: Women's Overseas Service League Oral History Project
Vincent Voice Library (digitizer,, current owner.)
Other Authors: Hamilton, Hazel M. (Interviewee)
Cadmus, Genevieve Hill, 1918-2012 (Interviewer)
Norris, Thelma (Interviewer)
Language:English
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Physical Description:1 online resource (1 audio file (31 min., 57 sec.))
Format: Electronic Audio Software
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Hazel M. Hamilton, formerly a sergeant in the Women's Army Corps, talks about her service in World War Two. Hamilton explains why she enlisted in July 1942 and talks about going through confidential secretary training and working and housing conditions at her duty stations in Des Moines, Iowa, Daytona, Florida, Los Alamos, New Mexico, Fort Sam Houston and Fort Hood, Texas, Fort Hamilton, New York, and in Scotland, England and Paris, France. After being discharged, Hamilton says that she took advantage of the G.I. Bill and attended secretarial school for eight months in Pasadena, California. Hamilton also reminisces about her childhood and events she remembers from World War One. Hamilton is interviewed by Thelma Norris and Genevieve Cadmus.
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Part of the Women's Overseas Service League Oral History Project.
Digitized by the G. Robert Vincent Voice Library of the Michigan State University Libraries.
Call Number:DB32713 cassette
Voice 32713
Playing Time:00:31:57
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Interviewee, Hazel M. Hamilton ; interviewers, Thelma Norris, Genevieve Cadmus.
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Recorded 1983 May 28