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This is a well-illustrated page from a longer article written during the the early war period that tells the story of Natalie Donaldson, who was among the first of 440 African-American women to be selected to serve in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps.

The entire article can be read here...

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Click here to read a history of African-Americans between the years 1619 through 1939.

     


A Segregated WAAC (Click Magazine, 1942)

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