This collection contains photographs, articles, newspaper clippings, correspondence, documents, and other material on African
American women in the United States military as collected by Gurthalee Clark, former member of the Women's Army Corps. Mostly
contains records and other information on African American women in the Army, Navy, and various other branches of the military.
3.94 linear feet
(3 boxes, 9 flat file folders)
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This collection is unprocessed. Please contact Special Collections & University Archives regarding the availability of materials
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