Photograph album documenting Ruth M. McCabe’s training and service in the United States Women's Naval Reserve (popularly known as WAVES). There are 372 photographs in total, dating from 1942-1945.
The images primarily depict McCabe and other WAVES officers posing in uniforms and civilian clothes, as well as McCabe’s family and male servicemen.
The photographs depict a number of locations, including Duluth, Minnesota; Stillwater, Oklahoma; Oklahoma City; Washington D.C.; and Sugar Camp in Dayton, Ohio.
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Ruth M. McCabe was a United States Women's Naval Reserve officer in the 1940s. She was from Duluth, Minnesota.
0.25 Cubic Feet (1 box)
Purchased from Max Rambod Rare Books, 2022.
The collection has been rehoused in an archival-quality box.
Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository