The majority of the collection includes content pertaining to the creation of the Lambright's book entitled, “They also served: Women’s Stories from the WWII Era.” Many materials correspond to the research, interviews, and related materials collected from 53 women interviewed in 2001-2002 who shared their memories of the WW II Era for the book. Other items include audio tapes, photographs, and the published book.
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Jeanie Sutton Lambright is the author of the book, "They Also Served: Women's Stories from the World War II Era." She has cultivated a lifelong interest in WW II by working with veterans in the federal government and visiting historical military sites in Europe and Asia. Jeanie was a child of WW II Era, and a graduate from the the University of Texas - Dallas. She is the widow of a decorated P-51 Mustang Fighter Pilot. Prior to writing "They Also Served", she was a part of the "Kate Denton" book team, and published 13 books with the Harlequin Romance Line.
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Jeanie Lambright Papers on They also Served: Women's Stories from the World War II Era. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. To cite a specific item from this collection, please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting. https://findingaids.lib.uh.edu/repositories/2/resources/441 Accessed March 05, 2021.
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