Crowell, Mary Louise Mitchell (Interview transcript and video), 2007

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Crowell, Mary Louise Mitchell (Interview transcript and video), 2007

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Mary Louise Crowell shares what life was like at home prior to, during, and after WW II. With the US involvement in WW II, Mary explains what it meant to take an active role in the war at home like saving lard, oil, tin cans, and using ration books. During the war, Mary worked for the Civil Service at Fort Custer as a clerk typist and attended many of the USO events. When WW II ended, Mary married her soldier, Jim Crowell, and together they raised two children.

Date

2007-05-15

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Grand Valley State University. University Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Contributor

Collins Sr., Charles E. (Interviewer)
Collins, Carol (Interviewer)

Relation

Veterans History Project (U.S.)

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CrowellM

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Moving Image
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Language

eng

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Crowell, Mary Louise Mitchell, “Crowell, Mary Louise Mitchell (Interview transcript and video), 2007,” Digital Collections, accessed August 3, 2020, https://digitalcollections.library.gvsu.edu/document/28749.
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