World War I era Women Yeomen Group Photographs
U.S. West Coast



This page features views of formal and informal groups of Women Yeomen (F) on the U.S. West Coast.

Additional photographs of World War I era Women Yeomen (F)

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Photo #: NH 52947

Yeomen (F)


At the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, California, 1918.

Collection of Rear Admiral Ammen C. Farenholt, USN(MC).

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Photo #: NH 52948

Yeomen (F)


At the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, California, 1918.
Note the variety of ways their hats have been shaped. Some hat bands are marked "U.S. Navy". Others are marked "U.S. Naval Reserve".

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Photo #: NH 52949

Yeomen (F)


At the U.S. Naval Hospital, Mare Island, California, January 1918.
This is the same group and location as seen in Photo # NH 52948, but posed in a different formation.

Collection of Rear Admiral Ammen C. Farenholt, USN(MC).

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 65319

Yeomen (F)


Attached to the Cable Censor's Office, San Francisco, California, 1919.

Collection of Mrs. Ora Hirsch Merritt, 1968.

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Photo #: NH 65320

Cable Censor's Office, San Francisco, California


Panoramic photograph of the personnel of the Cable Censor's Office, including many Yeomen (F), 1919.

Collection of Mrs. Ora Hirsch Merritt, 1968.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 65321

Yeomen (F)


Panoramic photograph of Yeomen (F) assigned to the Twelfth Naval District Inspector's Office, San Francisco, California, 1919.
Photographer: Sunset Photo Co., 625 Eddy St., San Francisco.

Collection of Mrs. Ora Hirsch Merritt, 1968.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 97239

Rear Admiral Joseph L. Jayne, USN
,
Commandant, Twelfth Naval District

Bidding "adieu" to some of the "Yeomanettes" who served in Twelfth Naval District offices in San Francisco, California, during and shortly after the First World War. Photographed circa mid-1919.
Halftone photograph, copied from the publication "The Compass", published by USS Boston, the Receiving Ship at Yerba Buena Naval Training Station, San Francisco, California, 1919.
Note recruiting poster "Join the Navy and Naval Reserve" on the wall behind RAdm. Jayne.

Collection of Ora Hirsch Merritt, 1968.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 52952

Yeomen (F)


Of the 13th Naval District, at the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, 1918.
See Photo #: NH 52952 (Complete Caption) for identification of those present, as provided by Mrs. Helen V. Miller.

The original photograph was donated by Mrs. Joseph A. King (Margaret Mary Fitzgerald).

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Photo #: NH 72831

Yeomen (F)


Who worked at the Naval Training Station, Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, during World War I.
Identifications are provided in Photo # NH 72831 (Complete Caption).

Courtesy of Mrs. Omah (Munier) Swanson, 1969.

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Photo #: NH 86039

Yeoman (F) Drill Force


Under the leadership of Chief Gunner's Mate David Walker, at the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, circa August 1918.
Drill team rifles appear to be M1903 types.

Courtesy of Mrs. Omah (Munier) Swanson.

NHHC Collection

Online Image: 78KB; 740 x 305

 
Photo #: NH 105544

Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington


Yeoman (F) boat crew, wearing "N" (for "Navy") sweaters, 1918.
Chief Boatswain's Mate Philip Andrew Carey, the crew coach, is seated in front.

Collection of BMC Philip A. Carey, donated by his widow, Mrs. Omah (Munier) Swanson, 1969. She wrote on the original photograph's reverse "He hated this? Ha!"

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 105545

Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington


Group of Navy Yard Yeomen (F) on parade during a World War I bond drive in Seattle, Washington, 1918.
Chief Boatswain's Mate Philip Andrew Carey, who was in charge of this group, is in the front left center.

Collection of BMC Philip A. Carey, donated by his widow, Mrs. Omah (Munier) Swanson, 1969.

NHHC Collection

Online Image size: 85KB; 740 x 565

 


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