Avonia C. LeVan, Teacher and Doughnut Dolly in WWII. Avonia started a United Services Organization on Iwo Jima. After the war, she created and managed a Red Cross facility in Germany.

LeVan, Teacher and Doughnut Dolly in WWII. LeVan started a United Services Organization on Iwo Jima. After the war, she created and managed a Red Cross facility in Germany.

Cinnamon Toast doughnut at Doughnut Dollies

This Marietta doughnut dwells in a realm beyond sweetness

Doughnut Dollys in Vietnam

Five friends from Vietnam will be holding a reunion on Sept. Here is the way they were in Front row, Jane Smith and Jenny Young. Back row, Tara de Arrietta, Linda Bryant and Driscoll.

Doughnut Dollys in Vietnam

Doughnut Dollys in Vietnam

Doughnut Dolly at (49th Street) Temescal Alley in Oakland

Doughnut Dolly Opens In Oakland

26 Oct 42: American Red Cross "clubmobiles" begin service in England. Affectionately called "Doughnut Dollies," the clubmobile women will be a source of tremendous morale-boosting comfort to war-weary troops through the end of the war.

26 Oct American Red Cross 'clubmobiles' begin service in England. Affectionately called 'Doughnut Dollies,' the clubmobile women will be a source of tremendous morale-boosting comfort to war-weary troops through the end of the war.

Doughnut Dolly

4 Shops That Rule the Oakland Donut Scene

Doughnut Dolly - Oakland, CA. Doughnuts are filled with various flavored sweet creams right in front of customers in the shop.

Doughnut Dollys in Vietnam. "round eyes" were a sight for sore eyes.  #VietnamMemories

Donut Dolly, man she is hot. What a morale booster SHE is. Thanks for coming to NAM sweet thing.

Elizabeth Williams holds a doughnut out to the hands of flyers returning from bombing runs at an American Red Cross clubmobile in southern Italy in 1943. The photo is a classic depiction of a Red Cross "Doughnut Dolly."

Elizabeth Williams holds a doughnut out to the hands of flyers returning from bombing runs at an American Red Cross clubmobile in southern Italy in The photo is a classic depiction of a Red Cross "Doughnut Dolly.

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