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Philip Francis Williams - 1944
A collection of personal papers from Philip F. Williams specifically during the World War II era. These include: Selective Service notifications, Induction Notice (June 14, 1944), Official Election War Ballot for November 7, 1944, and a Season's…
World War II Infantry School Pinback
The pin has a hand and sword, the color blue for Infantry and the motto for the school at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Women's Defense Corp Pin - ca1942
Lapel pin worn on the uniform indicating that the individual is qualified in ARP (Air Raid Precautions) and a member of the Women's Defense Corps.
Massachusetts Women Defense Corp Armband
MWDC was established during WWII to train women in various occupations to aid the war effort.
US Civil Defense Armband - ca1940
White armband with embraided Air Raid Warden insignia.
Ruth P. Cuttell
Massachusetts Civil Defense School Certificate
Official Identity Card
Official Police Pass
Ruth Cuttell was active during WWII as an Air Raid Warden, Household Warden and in Civil Defense.
Fuel Oil Ration
Harold A. Lyons
The coupons could be used when purchasing 1 to 50 gallons of oil during World War II.
Gasoline Ration Card
Irja E. Jokela
To receive a gasoline ration card, a person had to certify a need for gasoline.
War Ration Book Four
Alice I. Warren
The books contain removable stamps that could be used during World War II to purchase rationed products.
Air Raid Warden Card
Town of Maynard Civil Defense Agency during World War II.
Motor Corp Certificate
Pearl D. MacAuslin
Recognition of completion of the motor course at the Maynard Civil Defense School. Certificate signed by Ellen F. Sheridan.
War Ration Book No.3
Katherine A. Sheridan
World War II coupon book for rationed products.
Army - Navy E Award
A certificate given to Charles Clark in recognition for his contributions "by effort and efficiency while an employee of this company in winning the Army-Navy Production Award for Excellence in War Production"
Selective Service Medal - World War II
Awarded to Dr. Raymond E. Hooper "In the name of the Congress of the United States for faithful and loyal service."