Women in World War I Yeomen - Documents



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Photo #: NH 72837

War Service Certificate


Issued to Yeoman (F) Omah Margaret Munier, who served at the Receiving Ship, Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, from 4 May 1918 to 10 August 1919.

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

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 66386

Commonwealth of Massachusetts War Service Certificate


Issued 16 May 1919 to Yeoman First Class (F) Fedora Bianchi, USNRF, in recognition of her Naval service during World War I.
It is signed by Governor Calvin Coolidge and State Adjutant General Jesse F. Stevens.

Courtesy of Fedora Bianchi Trainor, 1968.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 86038

Liberty Card


Issued to Yeoman 1st Class (F) Omah Margaret Munier, USNRF, who served at the Receiving Ship, Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, in 1918-19.
Donation of Mrs. Omah (Munier) Swanson, 1969.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 65564

Building Pass for the State, War and Navy Department Buildings, Washington, D.C.


Issued to Yeoman (F) Mabel Croft during her World War I service with the Bureau of Navigation.

Courtesy of Mrs. Mabel Croft Graham, 1968.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 65565

Building Pass for the State, War and Navy Department Buildings, Washington, D.C.


Issued to Yeoman (F) Mabel Croft during her service with the Bureau of Navigation, 7 October 1918.

Courtesy of Mrs. Mabel Croft Graham, 1968.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 72838

Advancement Letter


Sent to Yeoman 1st Class (F) Omah Margaret Munier on 14 February 1919, informing her of the results of the Yeoman (Female) advancement examinations held on 28 January 1919 and of her advancement in rate as of 1 February 1919. She was serving at the Receiving Ship, Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, from 4 May 1918 to 10 August 1919.

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

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 65617

Western Union Telegram, 1919


Telegram from Rear Admiral T.J. Cowie sent on 5 May 1919 to Yeoman 2nd Class (F) Bertha Sobel, USNRF, congratulating her on her work on behalf of the Navy's Victory Loan campaign.

Courtesy of Mrs. Louis (Bertha Sobel) Dulitz, 1968.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 94775-KN (Color)

"We'll Carry the Star Spangled Banner Thru The Trenches"

Cover for sheet music composed and written by Chief Yeoman Daisy May Pratt Erd, USNRF, during World War I. It was published by the First Naval District's Welfare Aide, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts.

Donation of Miss G.H. Erd, 1973.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 94774-KN (Color)

"Uncle Sam's Ships"

Cover for sheet music composed and written by Chief Yeoman Daisy May Pratt Erd, USNRF, during World War I. It features the names of 109 U.S. Navy ships, from battleships to tugs and patrol boats.

Donation of Miss G.H. Erd, 1973.

NHHC Collection

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Photo #: NH 94773-KN (Color)

"Rear Admiral Wood One-Step"

Cover for sheet music composed by Chief Yeoman Daisy May Pratt Erd, USNRF, during World War I. It honors Rear Admiral Spencer S. Wood, Commandant of the First Naval District, and features his portrait.
Chief Erd, who served at First Naval District Headquarters, in Boston, Massachusetts, contributed the royalties from this composition to the wartime Navy Relief effort.

Donation of Miss G.H. Erd, 1973.

NHHC Collection

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