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About the Official WASP Archive
Donated to the Woman’s Collection at Texas Woman’s University in 1992, the WASP Archive has served over 20,000 researchers to date. Users of the collection include students of all ages, filmmakers, journalists, documentarians, scholars, authors, scholars, historians, and aviation enthusiasts. Evidence of growth in the WASP Archive includes:
The WASP Archive includes over 1 million wartime and postwar items as well as the personal collections of hundreds of the WASP. The archive houses:
Rules & Regulations
Articles & News Clippings
Documents & Reports
Diplomas & Certificates
Diaries & Journals
Oral Histories & Letters Written Home
Scrapbooks & Photo Albums
Insignia & Memorabilia
Official Orders & Assignments
Log Books & Pilots Licenses
Artifacts & Ephemera
Women Airforce Service Pilots Related Collections
Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWII, MSS. 250, The WASP Archive, Texas Woman's University
Access to Collection
Researchers may access the holidngs of the Woman's Collection Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Woman's Colllection is located on the second floor of the Blagg-Huey Library on the Denton Campus of Texas Woman's University. All materials are viewed in the Catherine Merchant Reading Room. Photocopies and scans are provided at the discretion of the Woman's Collection. No portion of the collection can be checked out or loaned.
Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the Director for Special Collections.
All responsibility for questions of copyright that may arise in copying, scanning, and use of material shall be assumed by the user.