Clarice F. Pollard Collection
Scope and Contents
The scrapbook is predominantly and structured around a 21-page typescript entitled "A Khaki WAAC in the Lone Star State." Pollard supplemented the text with caricatures and cartoons, an issue from the class newsletter, the program to a variety show put on by her class, a copy of her transcript, and her class’ graduation program. Pollard includes photographs (originals and photocopies) of her herself, friends and classmates in uniform and in and around Nacogdoches.
Researchers might be particularly interested in the caricatures and cartoons. One appears in the unit newspaper, the ‘WAAC Tag Echo’ (vol.1, no.7, 5/20/1943) and several appear to be from after her time in Nacogdoches.
The collection also includes two chapters and publicity materials for Pollard’s book on the same topic, ‘Laugh, Cry and Remember—the Journal of a GI Lady!”
- Pollard, Clarice F. (Fortgang) (Person)
Language of Materials
The collection is in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research.
0.30 Cubic Feet
This collection is described in three folders and housed in a clamshell box. It is organized at the folder level.
- Guide to the Clarice F. Pollard Collection
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