Women and World War II

Cornelia Fort Honored with Museum Exhibit

By: Mark Loproto

The life and work of inadvertent Pearl Harbor participant Cornelia Fort have earned recognition more than 76 years later with the dedication of a plane and accompanying exhibit at the... Read More

Women of the War: Marjorie Culligan

By: Mark Loproto

Before realizing her lifelong dream of becoming a schoolteacher in 1949, Marjorie Culligan had already had a rather eventful life that included serving her nation in uniform. On the advice... Read More

Elizabeth McIntosh – From Journalist to Spy

By: Mark Loproto

Elizabeth McIntosh isn’t a name that often comes up during discussions about World War II, but her story is a fascinating one that author Ann Todd sets out to tell in... Read More