Lois Margaret "Peg"
Oliver served in the 746th Women's Army Corps (WAC) during World War II at Perrin Field in
Sherman, Texas. The Lois M. Oliver World War II Correspondence Collection consists primarily
of letters written to Lois from friends, family members, and other service members. They
were written during the years 1935-1947 with most dating from 1941-1944 during World War II.
The collection also contains a yearbook; some loose papers found in the yearbook including a
special orders letter pertaining to military personnel location, a soldier's individual pay
record, and a monthly allowance information booklet; a cardboard chocolate box; and a small
amount of photographic prints.
Lois Margaret "Peg" Oliver served in the 746th Women's Army Corps (WAC) during World War II
at Perrin Field in Sherman, Texas. Lois lived in New Hampshire and Vermont prior to and
after her service in Texas. She also spent some time as a patient in Brooke General Hospital
on Fort Sam Houston in Texas during 1944.
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