Tuesday, May 10, 2016 ESGR Lecture:
Women in World War II


The May 2016 monthly meeting of the Erie Society for Genealogical Research will take place at the new Thomas Hagen History Center, adjacent to the Watson-Kurtze Mansion on West Sixth Street, Tuesday, May 10th, at 6:30pm. Our speaker this month is Sarah Felmlee: Women in World War II.

Our meetings are free and open to the public. Ms. Felmlee’s talk will begin at 7pm, immediately following a brief society meeting. Please arrive between 6:15pm, and 6:30pm. Free parking.

Hope to see you there!


Tuesday, May 10, 2016 ESGR Lecture:
Women in World War II

  1. I am so sorry I live in Maryland. I wrote a paper on women in WWll and Vietnam and what they endured and how many did not receive benefits. I was invited to the unveiling of the women’s memorial statue in D.C. back in the late 80s after interviewing someone who had served in Vietnam.

    Is there any way I could get/buy a transcript of the talk by Ms. Felmlee?

    • Hi Jane, I’ll pass your question on to the ESGR programming chair. Call me if you don’t hear anything in the next week.

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