Weber worked in a civilian capacity on a military base in Okinawa. Her work was connected to sheet metal. Her work took her to Guam, Japan, Hawaii and China.
Two photograph albums, meticulously captioned, documenting Alice Weber's travels to Okinawa, Hawaii, China and Guam, during the post-World War II years. The images depict such things as base housing and facilities, Weber's co-workers, aircraft, sheet metal shops, historic sites, agriculture (including cane, pineapple and coffee cultivation in Hawaii), native people, cities, and numerous other subjects.
Alice Weber Photograph Albums, 1945-1948, Archives Center, National Museum of American History