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WAAAFWomen's Auxiliary Australian Air Force
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Pearl and Gai, as well as another colleague at Laverton, attest to Elsa's lively attitude to WAAAF service.
Though it is a draft of five uneven verses, it vividly summarises with great enthusiasm and telling detail Russell's WAAAF experiences.
Even better, they have experienced the delights of flying: 'We earthbound drivers also love to fly.' The final verse 'Melbourne' is an appeal for a return to a forward posting, away from the formality of WAAAF headquarters.
In the WAAAF women were able to create their own culture, succeeded in this, contrary to public expectations.
Undoubtedly the experience of being in the WAAAF provided Elsa with the confidence to build an independent life for herself.
(3.) Sources on Russell include the following interviews conducted by Paula Furby: with Elsa Russell, 12 March 1996 at Turramurra, NSW; with Grace Bartley and Pearl Batchelor 26 June 2000, at Camden, NSW; telephone interview with anonymous WAAAF colleague at Laverton, now living in Victoria, 17 July 2000; with Robert Curtis, Redfern, Sydney, 5 February 2001; telephone interview with anonymous contemporary and friend of Elsa and Audrey Russell in Sydney, 6 February 2001; numerous conversations with Elsa Russell's niece Louise Havekes 1997-2001.