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Re: Myrtle Hazard, Baltimore 1918
Posted by: Kay Larson (ID *****6650) Date: December 28, 2009 at 08:31:42
In Reply to: Re: Myrtle Hazard, Baltimore 1918 by jeffrey hazard of 513

Dear Jeffrey Hazard,

Many, many thanks for your posting. I take it then that I am correct that your gfather was Myrtle's first husband. I would appreciate it if you could e-mail me contact info on the Donahues as you suggest. You can go to my private e-mail on genforum. Also if you're in MD, a good library should have access to the Baltimore Sun historical database, or America's Historical Newspapers database where I found the entry. Her picture is included in the article.

She is important because she was one of the few female radio operators in the Navy/CG and apparently the only woman electrician in the CG. Only 2 other women CG recruits are known. The Navy had several hundred who did everything from work on munitions, to radio work, to clerical.

Thanks much,
Kay Larson

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