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Object ID: WV0360.6.009
Description: Four female army personnel, (l to r) Lieutenant Colonel Evelyn Patricia Foote, Staff Sergeant Hammack, WAC director Brigadier General Mildred Inez Bailey, 2nd Lieutenant Grisdale, and Specialist White, stand around President Jimmy Carter's desk as he signs a document, possibly the bill the abolish the Women's Army Corps as a separate corps, circa 1978. All five women wear the army green service uniform; Foote and Bailey wear berets and both have the Army General Service Identification Badge pinned at their waists.
Collection: Evelyn Patricia Foote Papers
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