[Interview of Elizabeth Crane Anesi on her service in the Women's Army Corps during World War II].

Elizabeth Crane Anesi talks about enlisting for officer training in the Women's U.S. Army Auxiliary Corps in 1942, establishing an embarkation point in San Francisco as her first major assignment, and how the WAAC was changed to the Women's Army Corps (WAC) within a year of her enlistment. Anesi als...

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Corporate Author: Michigan Women's Historical Center & Hall of Fame (sponsoring body.)
Other Authors: Anesi, Elizabeth Crane (Interviewee)
McLennan, Sarah E. (Interviewer)
Series:Few good women.
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Format: Electronic Audio Software

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