|Title||Identification card for U.S. Army Aircraft Warning Service issued to Mrs. H. D. Cook|
|Object Name||Card, Identification|
|Scope & Content||
Observer identification card for Aircraft Warning Service, U. S. Army
#4501350 issued to Mrs. H. D. Cook, P.O. Box 575, Fernandina Fla.
The bearer is a civilian Volunteer in the U.S. Army Aircraft Warning Service. This pass must be used only in purusance of his official duties.
Description of Observer (to be filled in by Chief Observer)
Height: 5' 6"
Color hair: brown
Color eyes: blue
Signature of Chief Observer: L. L. Karvalt
This pass may be revoked at any time by the Chief Observer or any authorized representative of the First Interceptor Command.
Kate Waas Cook-Clegg was an aircraft spotter during World War II.
Mary Holt Boswell contributed the following information: Ms. Holt Boswell was also a plane/sub spotter. She was the youngest on Amelia Island at 10-11 years old. They worked off a tower at Main Beach. She always spotted things and called the authorities but would never hear back on whether they had been threats. She said it was a lot of fun. (Notes taken by Rhonda Norheim.)
|Caption||Identification card for Aircraft Warning Service|
|Number of images||2|
Korvalt, L. L.
Cook, H. D. (Mrs.)
Cook-Clegg, Kate Waas
Boswell, Mary Holt
World War II