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Lola Prestwich Lamoreaux autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2685
Scope and Contents Typewritten autobiography. Lamoreaux attended the Dr. W. H. Grove Latter Day Saint Hospital School of Nursing in Salt Lake City, Utah, and joined the U.S. Army on 1 Dec. 1944. She writes about her training and various assignments in the army. She married Donald C. Lamaroeaux in 1948.

Deanna Johnson Nielsen autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2710
Scope and Contents Typewritten autobiography for the Nurses at War project. Neilsen joined the military in 1975. She served during operation Desert Storm. She married Jay Neilsen in 1978.

Mary Jane Neville Johns autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2681
Scope and Contents Typed autobiography. Johns writes about her experiences as a nurse in the United States Navy during World War II. She served in Long Beach, California; Norman, Oklahoma; and Bethesda, Maryland.

Evelyn Jorgensen autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2688
Scope and Contents Typed autobiography. Jorgensen talks about growing up and about her association with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She also tells about her service at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, during World War II. She married Vernon F. Jorgensen in 1947.

Charlotta Leader autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2692
Scope and Contents Typed autobiography. Leader talks about her deployment during Desert Storm at Nocton Hall, England; Operation Sea Signal at Giamtamo Bay, Cuba; and Operation Enuring Freedom at Spangdahlem, Germany.

Fern Maurine Lowery autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2689
Scope and Contents Typed autobiography. Lowery joined the cadet nurse program during World War II. She talks about her classes and work shifts during the war. She later worked at the Utah Valley Hospital.

Barbara Jean Bowman Mace autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2691
Scope and Contents Typewritten autobiography. Mace was born in Colonia Juarez in Mexico, and she always wanted to be a nurse. She served as a Cadet Nurse from Jan. 1945 to Jun. 1945. At that time, she was stationed in the Bushnell General Hospital in Brigham City, Utah. She married Ward Mace in 1946.

Nina Maughan Marsh autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2693
Scope and Contents Typed autobiography. She writes about her training as a nurse and about meeting her husband. She married Stanley P. Marsh in 1951. She died of a massive heart attack in 2002.

Jay Nielsen autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2712
Scope and Contents Typed autobiography. Nielsen joined the Army in 1969 and was trained as a medic. He writes about his many experiences in combat during his deployment in Vietnam.

Mary Harris Olson autobiography

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Identifier: MSS 2713
Scope and Contents Typed autobiography. Olsen was from Blanding, Utah, and she was trained as a nurse at the University of Utah. During the war, she served in Camp Roberts in California. She married Ernest Olson in 1944.

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