1942 McCrory's WWII War Bond Effort Cumberland, Maryland Store 2 8x10 Photos

2 8"x10" Photographs. McCrory's Cumberland, Maryland. War Bond Effort, and Group Photo of Employees. Photo taken May 4th, 1942.
Mary Sheetz Civilian Defense Card,
Apex Sunglass Case (sunglasses inside are broken)
Military Patch
Multiple U.S. Airforce Rulers (at least 20)
Starlite Reflector U.S. Air Force Bse McGuire in New Jersey
Ez Belt Buckles
World War II Combination Score Book and Individual Score Book for Harry Skelly
My Life in the Service Diary with Insignia information inside WWII
So You've Got Furlough Pamphlet
Lest We Forget Booklet
We're in the Service Now A booklet for your spirtual defense
Hello Buddy War Comics,
United States Map Special Edition featuring Insignia & Decorations U.S. Armed Forces,
Poppy Souvenir Hawaii
American Legion Ribbon
Postcard to Navy Waves written to Mary Sheetz
2 Ribbon Bars
Multiple Tie Tacks and Pins Military
Navy Day 1945 Ship Repair Unit Pearl Harbor 6" ruler
The Photos and Documents in the last two photos Pictured in this Auction are not part of the Auction. They are for information purposes only. They will be listed in a separate auction This week on Ebay.

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This week on Ebay we will be listing a large collection of World War II items. They are all from one Estate of Husband and Wife both

Their information is as follows:

Harry T. Skelly United States Army Air Corps Service No. 33199645 was a Staff Seargeant Air Operations Specialist in World War II. He Served with the 1623 Ordinance S&M 337 Service Group. according to his Honorable Discharge Papers. He received 4 Ribbon Medals American Theater of Operation Service, Asiatic Pacific Theater Service, Good Conduct, and Victory. After the war he was in the Air Force Reserves up into the 1950s.

Mary Edna Sheetz, United States Navy Waves (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) Service No. 44730749 was in Hawaii during World War II. She received the WWII Victory Medal and Ribbon during her service. Honorable Discharge December of 1945 as a Yeoman Second Class as part of the U.S. Naval Personnel Separation Unit in Washington D.C. She was the First Female Recruiter to serve at the Richmond Navy Station after World War II.

The Photos and Documents in the last two photos Pictured in this Auction are not part of the Auction. They are for information purposes only. They will be listed in a separate auction This week on Ebay.

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