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Glenna Mullins Collection
Ms2013-098

Selected Items


Commencement Program and Invitation, Charleston High School, June 3, 1927
Inscription by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in New Testament distributed to members of the armed forces of the United States, March 6, 1941
Selective Service Bulletin of West Virginia, n.d.
Press Release regarding first anniversary of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, May 10, 1943
Book, Winnie the WAC, by Corporal Vic Herman
WAC Songs
Rules for Third Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps Training Center, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, January 20, 1943
Application for the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, Glenna Mullins, August 26, 1943
WAC Summer Clothing Issue, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, August 28, 1943
Notification of enrollment in the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, Glenna Mullins, September 18, 1943
Order to report for enlistment in the Women’s Army Corps, Glenna Mullins, October 27, 1943
Photograph, WAC Training Center, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, December 13, 1943
Portrait of Glenna Mullins in uniform
Instructions For Unescorted Shipments, 3rd WAAC Training Center, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to Mrs. E. B. Mullins (her mother, to whom she referred as “Miss Sadie”), Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, December 25, 1943
Booklet, 73 Questions and Answers About the WAACFort Oglethorpe, Georgia, December 25, 1943
Brochure, War Department, concerning possible enemy chemical warfare agents, January 4, 1944
Birthday card sent to Glenna Mullins during World War II
Page from diary of Glenna Mullins
Charleston Daily Mail article with photographs of Sgt. Edward B. Mullins, Jr., Pvt. Glenna Mullins, and Pvt. Eston L. Mullins. n.d.
Photograph, beginning of the “chow line,” Fort George Meade, Maryland, April 30, 1944
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to Mrs. E. B. Mullins, Fort George S. Meade, Maryland, July 22, 1944
Correspondence, Roland to Glenna Mullins, August 13, 1944
Correspondence, Ila Paula Hartley (of Fairmont) to Glenna Mullins, November 3, 1944
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to Mrs. E. B. Mullins, New Guinea, December 25, 1944
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to Mrs. E. B. Mullins, New Guinea, January 24, 1945
Song, “Misses The Army,” written by Irving Berlin for the WACs in New Guinea
General Orders No. 64, Battle Participation Credit, New Guinea Campaign, 5222d Women’s Army Corps Service Unit
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to Mrs. E. B. Mullins, Still at Sea, April 20, 1945
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to E. B. Mullins (her father), Manila, Philippine Islands, August 14, 1945
V-J Day Parade in Honolulu, Hawaii, August 14, 1945
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to Mrs. E. B. Mullins, Manila, Philippine Islands, August 15, 1945
Warning about dangers of crossing street, Manila, Philippines, September 1945
Correspondence, Glenna Mullins to Mrs. E. B. Mullins, Manila, Philippine Islands, September 1, 1945
Telegram notifying Glenna Mullins of the death of her father, September 28, 1945
Correspondence, Rev. Joseph C. Hoffman to Glenna Mullins, October 2, 1945
Request and approval for emergency furlough, Glenna Mullins, October 2, 1945
Clothing and Equipment Adjustment Form, Glenna Mullins, October 15, 1945
Suggestions To Soldiers of Misfortune (WACs) Returning From The War In The Pacific
Notification of cash bonuses authorized for West Virginia veterans of World War I and World War II, 1952


Glenna Mullins Collection

West Virginia Archives and History