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Snapp, Elizabeth

Works: 15 works in 15 publications in 1 language and 185 library holdings
Genres: History  Bibliography  Interviews  Archives 
Roles: Author
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Most widely held works by Elizabeth Snapp
Options for girls : a door to the future : an anthology on science and math education ( Book )
1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 139 libraries worldwide
Read all about her! : Texas women's history: a working bibliography by Elizabeth Snapp( Book )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 35 libraries worldwide
Provides citations to books, journal articles, manuscripts, oral histories, dissertations, and theses on Texas women's history
The acquisition of the Vollbehr Collection of Incunabula for the Library of Congress by Elizabeth Snapp( Book )
1 edition published in 1975 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Margaret Ray Ringenberg, an oral history : Women Airforce Service Pilots oral history project by Margaret J Ringenberg( Book )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Ringenberg discusses her childhood in Indiana, her experiences as a WASP trainee at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, her assignment to New Castle Army Air Base in Wilmington, Delaware where she flew for the Air Transport Command Ferrying Division. Relates her experiences as a flight instructor, flying competitively in the Kentucky Air Derby, flying in an around-the-world race, and writing her autobiography, Girls can't be pilots
Claire, Molly & me : lecture by Miriam Kalman Harris( visu )
1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Women executives in physical therapy : oral histories ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Interviewees discuss their respective early interests in physical therapy as well as the education that led them into practice in the field. They also share tales of some of their most memorable patients as well as some of the most difficult cases they faced. Subjects discuss their levels and avenues of involvement in the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) As pioneers in physical therapy, these interviewees discuss their experiences developing the discipline as well as the direction in which they believe the field is heading. Additionally, interviewees share details about their childhoods, family lives, and marriages. Interviewees reflect on the gender disparity in physical therapy and the influence women have had on the direction and focus of the profession
Tree top ceremony by Texas Woman's University( visu )
1 edition published in 1986 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Topping out ceremony at the Mary Evelyn Blagg-Huey Library building site, held in 1985 or 1986 (library was fully completed in 1986). Footage includes the University president, for whom the library was named, as well as the then contemporary Library director, Elizabeth Snapp, as well as President of the Alumni Association Donna Ryan, Board of Regents Member Margaret Estes Davis, and notable persons such as Gertrude Gibson, and Sarah Weddington. Images of the building as well as the luncheon prior to the actual tree top ceremony
L.K. MCElyea and Glenn Miller : an oral history by Glenn Miller( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A joint interview with two men who were both hired as flight instructors with the WASP program. McElyea and Miller describe their early experiences in flying in their respective home states of Kansas and Minnesota. During World War II, both were assigned to duty as flight instructors, sent to Kelly Field for training at the same time and then went on to Avenger Field in Sweetwater, Texas, together. After teaching for a short time at Avenger Field, McElyea and Miller found themselves training WASP. They describe themselves as being excited teaching the women pilots. McElyea and Miller tell several anecdotes about specific flights with their students during their time as WASP instructors. After leaving their positions, both men began working for American Airlines and were based out of California. McElyea and Miller continued to work for American Airlines for the rest of their careers until retirement
John Huett : an oral history by John Huett( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Describes growing up in Comanche, Texas, attending North Texas State College in Denton, Texas, earning his pilots and commercial licenses, instructing in the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) and joining the Royal Canadian Air Force before returning to the United States to instruct British and American cadets at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas. The Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) moved their training program from Houston to Avenger Field in the spring of 1943, and Huett remained there to instruct the women. He was promoted to Field Commander and then to Group Commander before being commissioned into the Army Air Force and leaving for California, where he served eighteen months, and India, where he flew in the Himalayan "Hump" airlift. After the war, Huett and some fellow pilots bought an airfield in Dallas, Texas and started a flying business. His company held a contract for instructing ROTC cadets at Texas A & M for twenty years. He later became involved in real estate as a broker and investor
AAUW, 1994-1995 : equity across Texas by Elizabeth Snapp( Book )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Margaret McNamara Slaymaker and Jane Dunbar Tedeschi : an oral history by Margaret McNamara Slaymaker( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Slaymaker (class 43-W-8) and Tedeschi (class 44-W-4) describe their experiences at Craig Army Air Field in Slema, Alabama, where they served as WASP. Their duties included delivering the mail by planes, testing recently repaired aircraft and ferrying. They also attended Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Orlando, Florida. Slaymaker took a leave of absence from the WASP after her marriage in July 1944, but Tedeschi continued to serve until the WASP were deactivated on December 20, 1944
Margery Moore Holben : an oral history by Margery Moore Holben( Book )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Holben began flying lessons at the Roanoke Airport after graduating high school and worked as a parachute rigger to earn money. Includes an interesting account of a visit by Jackie Cochran in which she visits the Roanoke Airport looking for women pilots for the WASP program. Holben began training February 1943 in Houston, Texas later moving to Avenger Field in Sweetwater, Texas. She was stationed at Camp Davis, North Carolina where she towed targets for the coast artillery. After the WASP deactivated in December 1944, Margery returned to Roanoke where she became a flight instructor and taught her future husband to fly
Marvin Krieger : an oral history by Marvin Krieger( Book )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Marvin Krieger was born on March 21, 1914, in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. His father was the president of a coal company and his mother was an entrepreneur who opened her own dress shop in Sharon, Pennsylvania. Krieger's mother was the "breadwinner" of the family. Krieger initially wanted to become a doctor, so he went to college at Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio to study medicine. He learned to fly in Warren Ohio, but did not qualify to become a military pilot at the time due to his poor vision. While taking a vacation from school one summer in Los Angeles, California, Krieger decided to leave Cleveland and complete his education in Los Angeles. He was interested in graphics and animation, and found himself working for Columbia Motion Pictures and later Warner Brothers, animating Bugs Bunny cartoons. When World War II erupted, the military waived the rule that disallowed pilots who wore corrective lenses to become military pilots, and Krieger joined the war effort. He went to the University of Southern California to qualify for tests that gave him ratings to teach courses in ground school. He taught refresher courses in navigation meterology, civil air regulations, aircraft aerodynamics and engines, while still doing animation for Warner Brothers Studios. He also taught celestial navigation using sextants to pilots flying bombers to England who could not use radio transmissions due to security restrictions. Krieger was moved from California to Sweetwater, Texas to teach at the RAF school, which was short - lived. It was only one course that spanned from June 1942 to September of 1942. Krieger was excited when the RAF program concluded and the WASP program began, bringing female pilots into Sweetwater. Krieger had a great respect for women, as he came from a matriarchal household. After the war, Krieger worked for an advertising company in Dallas owned by a man he had been introduced to during the war. He became vice president of the company. Eventually, Krieger opened his own advertising company and only did business with aviation companies. He met his wife, Joy, whe he was 34 and she was 21. The couple still resides in Dallas. They have two sons and several grandchildren, and love to attend WASP reunions
Copyright ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Mrs. Peters, senior attorney advisor at the U.S. Copyright Office, discusses the Copyright revision act of 1976 and its implications for librarians
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