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

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 II

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


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    Photo #: NH 52941

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel of the Supplies and Accounts office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1918.
    According to Mrs. Elizabeth Wilkins, who was assigned to this office and examined this photograph circa the early 1980s, the location is the middle part of the 3rd Floor, 7th Wing. She identified the following people in the photo:
    Yeoman 1st Class (F) Martha Whitcomb (seated, lower right);
    Yeoman (F) Margaret Flambeau (standing by pillar, 5th from right along the windows, wearing white blouse & bow tie); and
    Yeoman (F) Alta Moore (seated, about halfway back in room, with dark hair, wearing blue coat with a dark collar).

    NHHC Collection.

    Online Image: 158KB; 740 x 610

     
    Photo #: NH 52942

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1919.
    Note Chief Yeoman (F) seated at right, with a "Line a Time" device mounted behind her typewriter.

    NHHC Collection.

    Online Image: 101KB; 740 x 610

     
    Photo #: NH 52943

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1919.
    Some of the Yeoman (F) present (including the one seated in left front) are wearing the unofficial "jumper" uniform top.
    Also note typewriters, white shields mounted around telephone mouthpieces, and Liberty Loan posters on walls.

    NHHC Collection.

    Online Image: 123KB; 740 x 610

     
    Photo #: NH 53189

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, 1919.
    Many of those present are Yeoman (F).
    Note Supply Corps Commander seated in the front center, water cooler by pillar in center of photo, and furniture piled up in the unoccupied space in the right distance.

    NHHC Collection.

    Online Image: 133KB; 740 x 615

     
    Photo #: NH 53192

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, 1919.
    Many of those present are Yeoman (F).
    Note large ledger-type book on desk in front center.

    NHHC Collection.

    Online Image: 117KB; 740 x 595

     
    Photo #: NH 53195

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1918-19.
    Most of those present are male and female Yeomen.

    NHHC Collection.

    Online Image: 144KB; 740 x 595

     
    Photo #: NH 53197

    Navy Department, Washington, D.C.


    Military and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, circa 1919.
    Most of those present are Yeomen (F).
    A Medical Corps Lieutenant is seated in the front left center, dictating to a Yeoman (F).
    Note white shield around the mouthpiece of the telephone in the center of the photo; also wire document baskets on desks and Liberty Loan posters on the wall.

    NHHC Collection.

    Online Image: 142KB; 740 x 610

     


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