Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Jean Horne, interviewed by Grace Gregor
Abstract 1096 Jean Horne, interviewed by Grace Gregor, November 1, 1976, Orono, Maine. Horne talks about her life in the 1930s and 1940s in Brewer, Maine; radio during her childhood; her contributions to the war effort, fashions of her teenage years (1940s); shock of the attack on Pearl Harbor; patriotism involved in relationships with servicemen; the movie Gone with the Wind as a big event; witnessing the Brady Gang being shot in Bangor; and post-war spending. Text: 20 pp. incomplete transcript,...
Margaret Hatch, interviewed by Donna E. Gray
1092 Margaret Hatch, interviewed by Donna E. Gray, November 18 – 29, 1976, Orono, Maine. Hatch discusses her views on the women’s liberation movement; the Great Depression and its impact on her childhood; WWII; her reaction to the attack on Pearl Harbor; and wartime activities. Text: 11 pp. incomplete transcript, with 5 pp. catalog. Recording: T 1113 – T 1114 1 hour. mfc_na1092_t1113_01, mfc_na1092_t1114_01
Max Gass, interviewed by Cheryl Berg
Abstract 1088 Max Gass, interviewed by Cheryl Berg, November 16, 1976, in Bangor, Maine. Gass talks about his life experiences on a Maine farm and during WWII, as well as perspectives on the 1970s; childhood on a farm in the 20s and 30s; choosing to enter the Navy when he was drafted in 1943; war effort in the Bangor area; Victory in Europe Day while stationed in Hawaii; radio programs circa 1941; importance of the bombing of Pearl Harbor; his views on women’s liberation, equality, and the ideal...