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Books and Articles

"Reminiscences of Jacqueline Cochran." Aviation Project, Oral History Research Office, Columbia University, 1961.

Carl, Ann Baumgartner. "A WASP Among Eagles." Smithsonian Press, 1999.

Cochran, Jacqueline and Brinley Maryann Bucknum. "Jackie Cochran: An Autobiography." Bantam Books, 1987.

Cochran, Jacqueline. "The Stars at Noon." Little Brown, 1954.

Cadogan, Mary. "Women with Wings: Female Flyers in Fact and Fiction." Academy Chicago Pub., 1993.

Churchill, Jan. "On Wings of War: Teresa James, Aviator." Sunflower University Press, 1992.

Cole, Jean Hascall. "Women Pilots of World War II." University of Utah Press, 1992.

Crane, Mardo. "Fly-Down of the WASP." Pageant Press, Inc., 1967.

Darr, Ann. "The Women Who Flew, But Kept Silent." "New York Times Magazine," May 7, 1995, pages 70-71.

Douglas, Deborah G. "United States Women in Aviation, 1940-1985." Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991.

Gott, Kay. "Women in Pursuit: Flying Fighters for the Air Transport Command Ferrying Division during World War II." Kay Gott, 1993.

Holden, Henry M., with Griffith, Lori. "Ladybirds: The Untold Story of Women Pilots in America." Blackhawk Publishing, 1993.

Jaros, Dean. "Heroes Without Legacy: American Airwomen, 1912-1944." University Press of Colorado, 1993.

Keil, Sally Van Wagenen. "Those Wonderful Women in Their Flying Machines: The Unknown Heroines of World War II." Four Directions Press, 1990.

Merryman, Molly. "Clipped Wings: The Rise and Fall of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) of World War II." New York University Press, 1998.

Minton, Madge Rutherford. "Women Airforce Service Pilots, Class of 43-W-4: Letters 1943-1944." Texas Woman's University, The Woman's Collection, 1998. (Available from Texas Woman's University.)

Noggle, Anne. "For God, Country And the Thrill of It: Women Airforce Service Pilots in World War II." Texas A&M University Press, 1990.

Scharr, Adela Riek. "Sisters In the Sky." Patrice Press, 1986.

Tanner, Doris Brinker. "Cornelia Fort: A WASP in World War II, Part 1." Tennesse Historical Society, 1980.

Williams, Vera S., "WASPs: Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II." Motorbooks International, 1994.

Winston, Sara Chapin. "Women Airforce Service Pilots: An Oral History." Texas Woman's University, 1996.

Wyall, Mary Anna Martin. "Women Airforce Service Pilots, Class of 44-W-10: Letters 1944-1945." Texas Woman's University, The Woman's Collection, 1998. (Available from Texas Woman's University.)



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