World War I Yeomen (F) Activities
Scenes in Navy Department offices in Washington, D.C. - Part II

This page features more images of Yeoman (F) and other Naval personnel and civilians at work in Navy Department offices in the Main Navy and Munitions Buildings, during 1918-1919.

Other views of Yeoman (F) working in the Main Navy and Munitions buildings

  • Yeomen (F) Activities - Scenes in Navy Department offices in Washington, DC - Part I

  • Yeomen (F) Activities - Scenes in Navy Department offices in Washington, DC - Part III

  • Yeomen (F) Activities - Scenes in Navy Department offices in Washington, DC - Part IV


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    Photo #: NH 52913

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in a fingerprint files office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, 1919.
    Many of the women present are Navy Yeomen (F).
    Note wooden file cabinet drawers on many desks and electric fans atop filing cabinets around the room's perimeter.

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    Photo #: NH 52914

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, 1919.
    Most of the women present are Navy Yeomen (F).
    Note "pigeonholes"for document forms in the left background, typewriters, and name tags for "Miss Davis" (left center) and "Mr. McArt" (right center, with a Chief Yeoman seated at that desk).

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    Photo #: NH 52918

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in a travel office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, 1919.
    Many of the women present are Navy Yeomen (F).
    Note railroad "Official Guide" book, telephone and rubber stamp "tree" on desk in the foreground and "Tickets - Apply Here" sign by the counter in right center.

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    Photo #: NH 52922

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in a filing section office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1918-19.
    Many of the women present are Navy Yeomen (F).
    Note filing bins on desks in the foreground, steel filing cabinets around office perimeter, and lockers in the distance.

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    Photo #: NH 52923

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1918-19.
    Many of the women present are Navy Yeomen (F).
    Note Yeoman (F) working at the specialized filing desk in the right foreground. Next desk to the left bears the name tag "Miss Harris".
    This office is the same as seen in Photo # NH 52930, photographed from further down in the space. Numbers on the columns indicate that this office is on the third floor, eighth wing, looking south.

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    Photo #: NH 52925

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1918-19.
    Many of the women present are Navy Yeomen (F).
    This may be an office in the Bureau of Navigation, as many of the documents present appear to be personnel records.
    Note coat and hat rack at left, with many women's "sailor" type hats, some of which are Yeoman (F) uniform hats.

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    Photo #: NH 52927

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1918-19.
    Many of the women present are Navy Yeomen (F).
    Note Warrant Officer standing in left center, typewriters and telephones.

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