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  • Text: on trips to the local casinos. • The men also get to go to local events such as the theatre and musical events. • The Adopt a Vet program helps men who do not have any family connect to a special person in the community. • They found a grave labeled
Brooks, Sarah (Interview outline and video), 2006

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  • Text: just happened to be there at the same time I was. JS: So what did you go and see on that weekend? ME: Oh, music. What do you call it, Music… JS: Radio City… ME: Yeah. Radio City. He took me up in the Empire State Building. Just downtown New York. JS
Edema, Margaret (Interview transcript and video), 2008

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  • Text: it and the same goes for the other fella's. I'll never forget it. Thanks for the nice compliment about my nice letters to you. Do you like Glenn Miller'smusic? I love all the slow, beautiful music. And I love sports, especially tennis. " Mart~ajane Kirby' 8468
Kirby, Marthajane (Interview transcript and video), 2008

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  • Text: . I absolutely don’t ever remember hearing that word, except in the “Music Man,” there is a line where the music man talks about “swell’’ and something else. But in my yearbook, that word is all over the place. You know, you’re swell this, you’re swell
Levin, Estelle (Interview transcript and video), 2008

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  • Text: it to the United States and it was fitted as a hospital ship. It was kind of a nice ride. The weather was very good. I listed to radio music. By the way in Hawaii we had Bob Crosby. He finally got out of the Philippines. That was Bing Crosby’s brother and he had
Warber, Ester (Interview transcript and video), 2004

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  • Text: like that? PS: No. No. JS: Now, did they have chaperones for this, older people who were looking out? PS: Yeah. Yeah. They had chaperones. JS: And then, for the music, did they have live bands there? Or just records? PS: I think it was records. (10:18
Stolk, Peggy (Interview transcript and video), 2008

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  • Text: that with that? Straighten up a little bit. Comb that hair.‟” (00:34:33) “What kind of music were you listening to?” (00:34:35) ”Pretty much what anyone else was listening to.” (00:34:41) “Okay. This is like the rock-n-roll era.” (00:34:44) “Credence Clearwater Revival, any
Sefton, Mary B. (Interview transcript and video), 2005

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  • Text: remember. 38:00 It was a music show. I can’t remember any of the others. We saw Oklahoma, standing room only. [laughs] And after I met my future husband, we would go to New York and take in some plays when we were still in uniform. Interviewer: Even though
Brooks, Mary Jean (Interview transcript and video), 2007

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  • Text: a great deal. And I think the church work has permeated through our children because our daughter has become a major in music and both vocal and keyboard, she plays for churches and so forth. Charles Collins: Good! Mary: And our son is a pastor so I think
Crowell, Mary Louise Mitchell (Interview transcript and video), 2007