How High She Flys
Hardcover: 156 pages
Publisher: Aviatrix Pub; 1 edition (May 15, 1999)
Dorothy Swain Lewis, who flew B-26 Martin Marauder bombers as a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II, taught other WASPs to fly. Now an octogenarian, Lewis is the sculptress of four life-sized bronze statues that commemorate the bravery and skill of her sister WASPs. How High She Flies tells the story of this remarkable artist and teacher, pilot and horsewoman.
Wingtip to Wingtip 8 WASPs, Women’s Airforce Service Pilots of World War II
by Marjorie H. Roberts. USA: Aviatrix Publishing, 2000. From the words of individual WASP.
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Aviatrix Pub (2000)
Sea Logs of WWII
by A.J. Shutsy, I.J. Shutsy, H.J. Michalowski
Photo: Left is Danielle Clarneaux, design editor of Sea Logs and founding editor of Woman Pilot magazine.
Right is Florence “Shutsy” Reynolds WASP WWII. They are on a cruise at a WASP Convention in Portland, Oregon
Assembled by WASP Florence “Shutsy” Reynolds
Her brother’s and brother-in-law’s sea journals as Merchant Marines
Published by Aviatrix Publishing, Inc. 2002
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