Matthews, Marjorie (Interview outline and video), 2016

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Title

Matthews, Marjorie (Interview outline and video), 2016

Description

Marjorie Matthews was born in Muskegon, Michigan, in 1922. Shortly after America’s entry into the Second World War she joined the Red Cross and served as a driver in the Motor Corps in Muskegon. Her duties ranged from the transportation of servicemen to delivering magazines to the military hospital in Battle Creek, Michigan. She also worked for Seal Power in Muskegon (a company that was part of the war effort) as a switchboard operator. Marjorie left the Red Cross after the war’s end in 1945, and she worked for Seal Power for a total of 13 years.

Coverage

2016-09-27

Rights

Publisher

Veterans History Project (U.S.)

Contributor

Boring, Frank (Interviewer)
WKTV (Wyoming, Mich.)

Relation

Oral history
Veterans History Project (U.S.)
United States--History, Military
Veterans
Video recordings

Identifier

MatthewsM1954V

Format

mp4
pdf

Type

Moving Image
Text

Date

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

Citation

Matthews, Marjorie, “Matthews, Marjorie (Interview outline and video), 2016,” Digital Collections, accessed April 24, 2018, https://digitalcollections.library.gvsu.edu/document/39637.
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