Adams, Jean and Kimball, Margaret. Heroines of the Sky. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1943.

Armstrong, Margaret. Dorothy Dixon Solves the Conway Case. Chicago: Goldsmith Publishing Company, 1933.

Crane, Mardo. Fly-Down of the WASP. New York: Pageant Press, 1967.

England, Merton, Chief Warrant Officer. "Women Pilots with the AAF, 1941- 1944." Washington, DC: AAF Historical Officer, 1946.

Granger, Byrd Howell. "Evidence Supporting Military Service by Women Airforce Service Pilots." N.p.: n.p., 1977.

Horn, Maurice. Women in the Comics. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1977.

Keil, Sally Van Wagenen. Those Wonderful Women in Their Flying Machines: The Unknown Heroines of World War II. New York: Rawson, Wade Publishers, 1979.

Moyer, Bess. The Girl Flyers on Adventure Island. the Girl Flyer Series. Chicago: Goldsmith Publishing Company, 1932.

Treadwell, Mattie. The Women' Army Corps, The United States Army in World War II, vol. 7. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1954.


"Battle of the Sexes." Time, 8 May 1944, pp. 68-69.

Bundy, John H. "Bankrupt Morality?" The Stars and Stripes--The National Tribune, 4 August 1977, p.3.

"Coup for Cochran." Newsweek, 19 July 1943, pp. 41-42.

"Editor's Notebook." Good Housekeeping, January, 1978, p. 4.

Fort, Cornelia. "At Twilight's Last Gleaming." Women's Home Companion, July 1943, p. 19.

Gardiner, Elizabeth L. "Fininellas Are Well Fed." The Avenger Newspaper, 2 September 1943, pp. 1 and 2.

"Girl Pilots." Life, 19 July 1943, pp. 73-81.

Gower, Pauline, Commander M.F.B. "The ATA Girls." Flying, August, 1943, pp. 30-32 and 98.

Kumler, Marjorie. "They've Done It Again!" Ladies Home Journal, March, 1944, pp. 29 and 167-169.

McCarthy Dan B. "Recollections of a WASP." Air Classics, April, 1977, pp. 67-71.

Pool, Barbara. "Requiem for the WASP." Flying, December 1944, pp. 55-56 and 146 and 148.

Selby, Barbara. "The Fifinellas." Flying, July 1943, pp. 76-78 and 166-167.

Stuart, John. "The WASP." Flying, December 1943, pp. 73-74 and 148 and 163.

"Wanted: Female Impersonators." Editorial. Contact, April 1944, p. 5.

"WASP Newsletter," December 1977, April 1979.

WASP Win War for Vet Status, Or: It Pays to Be Persistent." Army Reserve Magazine, Fall 1979, p. 6

Government Documents

U.S. Congress. House. Debate on H.R. 4219 To Provide for Commissioning of Women Pilots, 78th Cong., 2d sess., 20 and 21 June 1944. Congressional Record, pp. 6330-6417.

U.S. Congress. House. Report of the Civil Service Committee. H.R. 1600, 78th Cong., 2d sess., 1944. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.

Microfilm Sources

Air Force Albert Simpson Historical Research Center, Maxwell AFB, Alabama, Roll A2253, Roll A2254 and Roll A2311.

Other Sources

Arnold, W. Bruce. Personal interview. 6 September 1978, Washington, DC.

Boyea, Ruth Anderson. Personal interview. 2 September 1978, Malone, New York.

Cochran, Jacqueline. Personal interview. 25 January 1978, Indio, California.

Cromwell, John Director. Spitfire. with Katharine Hepburn and Robert Young, RKO, 1934.

Cunningham, Jean Harris. Personal interview. 30 March 1978. Seattle, Washington.

Landa, Jean. Personal interview. 21 February 1978, Spokane, Washington.

Miller, Genevieve Yetter. Personal interview. 30 January 1978, Newport Beach, California.

Olsen, Dorothy Kocher. Personal interview. 4 June 1979, Tacoma, Washington.

______. Personal wartime letters written by Mrs. Olsen to her parents and sister between 17 February 1943 and 12 January 1945. Collection is in possession of Mrs. Olsen, 4202 Olympic Place, Tacoma, Washington 98466.

Reeves, Frances Roulstone. Personal interview. 28 January 1978, Tustin, California.

Thomas, Alta Corbett. Telephone interview, 6 February 1978.

Vance, Elsie Lewis. Personal interview. 30 March 1978, Seattle, Washington.

Williams, Betty Jane. Personal interview. 27 January 1978, Woodland Hills, CA.

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