Administrative group including Navy nurses and Red Cross workers at the Pearl Harbor Naval Hospital, 1942. Photo size: 3000 × 2020 Photo source: U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Usage: Public Domain
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Ensign Julia Anna Muraresku (Bricker) joined the United States Navy Nurse Corps shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Although she, along with her fellow nurses serving before and during the first months of World War II, were allowed to…
Firefighting school at Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii. Left to right: Lieutenants Junior Grade Phyllis J. Kohler, Elain L. DeBorras and Phoebe Douglas attaching nozzle. Photo circa 1945. Photo size: 1236 × 1016 Photo source: National Museum of the U.S….
Lieutenant Junior Grade Hilda Kernan, Navy Nurse, lugging heavy length of fire hose at firefighting school at Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii. Photo size: 1008 × 1248 Photo source: National Museum of the U.S. Navy Usage: Public Domain Save
First contingent of WAVES for duty at Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii. Shown (left to right): Lieutenant Junior Grade Dorothy Marvin; Lieutenant Junior Grade Vee White; Lieutenant Winifred Love; and Lieutenant Junior Grade Margaret L. Jones, 8 January 1945. Photo…
WAVES rewrapping improperly wrapped overseas parcels at the Pearl Harbor Fleet Post Office. Wearing heavy canvas gloves to protect their hands from broken glass, razor blades and knives, WAVES Y1/C Anona Kilborn and MaM2/C Eleanor Low are stacking gift packages…