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  1. I am very interested in the history of the Clubmobile women in WW2. I have been reading all the books about them I can find. I am very interested in seeing their battledress uniform in person. Do you have a uniform in the archives?

  2. ATTN: Susan Watson. I volunteer at the Veterans Memorial Museum in Merritt Island, Fl. archiving and verifying artifacts donated to our collection. Recently the son of a WWII Clubmobile Captain donated his late mother’s ARC Clubmobile items as well as other interesting artifacts. Her name: Frances Jayne Stickrod. She went by Jayne and there are a few photographs and some information on the internet about her. She evidently had an extraordinary time with the ARC, as she was awarded the Silver Star by Gen. Walker, made an honorary member of the 5th Soviet Infantry Division, and after going to the Pacific Theater, attended the war crimes trials of the Japanese Prime Minister Tojo. The museum would very much appreciate any information you may have about Cpt Jayne Stickrod and her Clubmobile “Chattanooga.