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Norma Crews, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1988-05-19

Norma Crews, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1988-05-19

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Anita Daniel, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 2002-05-23

Anita Daniel, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 2002-05-23

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Anita Daniel, oral history [part 2 of 4] 2002-05-23

Anita Daniel, oral history [part 2 of 4], 2002-05-23

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Anita Daniel, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 2002-05-23

Anita Daniel, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 2002-05-23

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Anita Daniel, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 2002-05-23

Anita Daniel, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 2002-05-23

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Theresa Di Rocco, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2005-06-08

Theresa Di Rocco, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2005-06-08

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Theresa Di Rocco, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2005-06-08

Theresa Di Rocco, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2005-06-08

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Theresa Di Rocco, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2005-06-08

Theresa Di Rocco, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2005-06-08

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Laura Distaso, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 1998-05-05

Laura Distaso, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 1998-05-05

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Laura Distaso, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 1998-05-05

Laura Distaso, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 1998-05-05

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Laura Distaso, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 1998-05-05

Laura Distaso, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 1998-05-05

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Betty Dodt, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2007-01-10

Betty Dodt, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2007-01-10

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Betty Dodt, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2007-01-10

Betty Dodt, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2007-01-10

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Betty Dodt, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2007-01-10

Betty Dodt, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2007-01-10

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Patricia Dominguez, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2005-05-26

Patricia Dominguez, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2005-05-26

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Patricia Dominguez, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2005-05-26

Patricia Dominguez, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2005-05-26

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Lenore Navarro Dowling, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1997-06-19

Lenore Navarro Dowling, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1997-06-19

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Lenore Navarro Dowling, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1997-06-19

Lenore Navarro Dowling, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1997-06-19

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Pamela Doyle, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1998-07-16

Pamela Doyle, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1998-07-16

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Pamela Doyle, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1998-07-16

Pamela Doyle, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1998-07-16

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Anne Dunn, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2002-05-23

Anne Dunn, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Anne Dunn, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2002-05-23

Anne Dunn, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Anne Dunn, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2002-05-23

Anne Dunn, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 1 of 6] 1988-05-24

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 1 of 6], 1988-05-24

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 2 of 6] 1988-05-24

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 2 of 6], 1988-05-24

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 3 of 6] 1988-05-24

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 3 of 6], 1988-05-24

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 4 of 6] 1988-05-24

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 4 of 6], 1988-05-24

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 5 of 6] 1988-05-24

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 5 of 6], 1988-05-24

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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This digital recording may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Doing so would violate the full copyright of the Immaculate Heart Community. Permission for any print or commercial use must be acquired in writing from President, Immaculate Heart Community. Please write to: 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 or ihmla@ihmoffice.org. Brief quotations citing the source are permissible under fair use.
 

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 6 of 6] 1988-05-24

Cathy Flynn Eagan, oral history [Part 6 of 6], 1988-05-24

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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May McHugh Edwards, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1988-05-26

May McHugh Edwards, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1988-05-26

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Access to the analog (CD-R) recordings of these oral histories is restricted. Digitized copies of the recordings have been made available via the USC Digital Library (see the link below under "Digital Material").

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) provided funding to digitize this oral history interview. This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through IMLS Grant RE-85-18-0110-18.

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May McHugh Edwards, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1988-05-26

May McHugh Edwards, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1988-05-26

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Marie Egan, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2003-04-24

Marie Egan, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2003-04-24

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Marie Egan, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2003-04-24

Marie Egan, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2003-04-24

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Marie Egan, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2003-04-24

Marie Egan, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2003-04-24

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Nieves Esquivel, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2006-09-18

Nieves Esquivel, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2006-09-18

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Nieves Esquivel, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2006-09-18

Nieves Esquivel, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2006-09-18

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Nieves Esquivel, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2006-09-18

Nieves Esquivel, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2006-09-18

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Margaret Stein Fledderman, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2007-06-26

Margaret Stein Fledderman, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2007-06-26

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Margaret Stein Fledderman, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2007-06-26

Margaret Stein Fledderman, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2007-06-26

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Margaret Stein Fledderman, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2007-06-26

Margaret Stein Fledderman, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2007-06-26

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Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 1 of 5] 1988-05-15

Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 1 of 5], 1988-05-15

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Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 2 of 5] 1988-05-15

Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 2 of 5], 1988-05-15

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Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 3 of 5] 1988-05-15

Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 3 of 5], 1988-05-15

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Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 4 of 5] 1988-05-15

Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 4 of 5], 1988-05-15

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Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 5 of 5] 1988-05-15

Liza Flynn, oral history [Part 5 of 5], 1988-05-15

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Julie Friese, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2003-02-20

Julie Friese, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2003-02-20

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Julie Friese, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2003-02-20

Julie Friese, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2003-02-20

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Vivian Gabehart, oral history, 2009 [Part 1 of 2] 1905-07-01

Vivian Gabehart, oral history, 2009 [Part 1 of 2], 1905-07-01

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Vivian Gabehart, oral history, 2009 [Part 2 of 2] 1905-07-01

Vivian Gabehart, oral history, 2009 [Part 2 of 2], 1905-07-01

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Catherine Gabriel, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1988-07-21

Catherine Gabriel, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1988-07-21

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Catherine Gabriel, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1988-07-21

Catherine Gabriel, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1988-07-21

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Margaret Gallavan, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2000-04-03

Margaret Gallavan, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2000-04-03

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Margaret Gallavan, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2000-04-03

Margaret Gallavan, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2000-04-03

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Ruth Marie Gibbons, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2005-06-08

Ruth Marie Gibbons, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2005-06-08

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Ruth Marie Gibbons, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2005-06-08

Ruth Marie Gibbons, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2005-06-08

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Theresa Gilles, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2008-12-04

Theresa Gilles, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2008-12-04

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Theresa Gilles, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2008-12-04

Theresa Gilles, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2008-12-04

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Stephanie Glatt, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2002-05-23

Stephanie Glatt, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Stephanie Glatt, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2002-05-23

Stephanie Glatt, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Stephanie Glatt, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2002-05-23

Stephanie Glatt, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 1989-10-26

Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 1989-10-26

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Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 1989-10-26

Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 1989-10-26

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Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 1989-10-26

Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 1989-10-26

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Mary T. Grove, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2006-09-18

Mary T. Grove, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2006-09-18

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Mary T. Grove, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2006-09-18

Mary T. Grove, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2006-09-18

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Mary T. Grove, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2006-09-18

Mary T. Grove, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2006-09-18

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Patricia Haid, oral history 2004-03-05

Patricia Haid, oral history, 2004-03-05

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Rosemary Hart, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2007-02-21

Rosemary Hart, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2007-02-21

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Rosemary Hart, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2007-02-21

Rosemary Hart, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2007-02-21

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Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 1990-03

Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 1990-03

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Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 1990-03

Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 1990-03

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Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 1990-03

Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 1990-03

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Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 1990-03

Anna Cecilia Hatfield, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 1990-03

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Mary Clement Hennessy, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1996-09-09

Mary Clement Hennessy, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1996-09-09

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Mary Clement Hennessy, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1996-09-09

Mary Clement Hennessy, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1996-09-09

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Virginia Hurst, oral history 2008-09-24

Virginia Hurst, oral history, 2008-09-24

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Clara Johnson, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1990-06-03

Clara Johnson, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1990-06-03

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Clara Johnson, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1990-06-03

Clara Johnson, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1990-06-03

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Stellita Johnson, oral history 1990-06-03

Stellita Johnson, oral history, 1990-06-03

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 1 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 1 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 2 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 2 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 3 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 3 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 4 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 4 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 5 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 5 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 6 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 6 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 7 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 7 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 8 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 8 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 9 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 9 of 10], 1989-08

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Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 10 of 10] 1989-08

Rose Eileen Jordan, oral history [Part 10 of 10], 1989-08

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Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 1 of 7] 1989-11-16

Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 1 of 7], 1989-11-16

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Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 2 of 7] 1989-11-16

Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 2 of 7], 1989-11-16

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Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 3 of 7] 1989-11-16

Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 3 of 7], 1989-11-16

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Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 4 of 7] 1989-11-16

Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 4 of 7], 1989-11-16

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Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 5 of 7] 1989-11-16

Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 5 of 7], 1989-11-16

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Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 6 of 7] 1989-11-16

Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 6 of 7], 1989-11-16

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Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 7 of 7] 1989-11-16

Damian Marie Juge, oral history [Part 7 of 7], 1989-11-16

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Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 1999-01-24

Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 1999-01-24

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Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 1999-01-24

Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 1999-01-24

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Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 1999-01-24

Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 1999-01-24

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Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 1999-01-24

Leila Ann Justen, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 1999-01-24

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Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 1999-01-24

Agnes Ann Green, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 1999-01-24

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Helen Kelley, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2001-11-08

Helen Kelley, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2001-11-08

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Helen Kelley, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2001-11-08

Helen Kelley, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2001-11-08

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Helen Kelley, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2001-11-08

Helen Kelley, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2001-11-08

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Miriam Schumacher Kilty, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2008-10-21

Miriam Schumacher Kilty, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2008-10-21

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Miriam Schumacher Kilty, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2008-10-21

Miriam Schumacher Kilty, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2008-10-21

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Mary Kirchen, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2009-02-28

Mary Kirchen, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2009-02-28

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Mary Kirchen, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2009-02-28

Mary Kirchen, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2009-02-28

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Mary Kirchen, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2009-02-28

Mary Kirchen, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2009-02-28

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Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 1988-07

Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 1988-07

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Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 1988-07

Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 1988-07

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Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 1988-07

Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 1988-07

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Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 1988-07

Mary Grace Klein, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 1988-07

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Gloria Kolarik, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1997-02-10

Gloria Kolarik, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1997-02-10

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Gloria Kolarik, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1997-02-10

Gloria Kolarik, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1997-02-10

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 1 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 1 of 8], 1989-06

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 2 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 2 of 8], 1989-06

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 3 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 3 of 8], 1989-06

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 4 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 4 of 8], 1989-06

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 5 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 5 of 8], 1989-06

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 6 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 6 of 8], 1989-06

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 7 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 7 of 8], 1989-06

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Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 8 of 8] 1989-06

Paula Kraus, oral history [Part 8 of 8], 1989-06

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Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 1 of 5] 1989-01-24

Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 1 of 5], 1989-01-24

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Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 2 of 5] 1989-01-24

Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 2 of 5], 1989-01-24

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Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 3 of 5] 1989-01-24

Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 3 of 5], 1989-01-24

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Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 4 of 5] 1989-01-24

Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 4 of 5], 1989-01-24

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Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 5 of 5] 1989-01-24

Mary Louise Krug, oral history [Part 5 of 5], 1989-01-24

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Mary Martha Krupa, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1997-02-10

Mary Martha Krupa, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1997-02-10

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Mary Martha Krupa, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1997-02-10

Mary Martha Krupa, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1997-02-10

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Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 1990-03-21

Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 1990-03-21

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Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 1990-03-21

Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 1990-03-21

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Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 1990-03-21

Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 1990-03-21

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Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 1990-03-21

Frances Labonge, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 1990-03-21

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Margaret Lara, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2008-10-09

Margaret Lara, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2008-10-09

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Margaret Lara, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2008-10-09

Margaret Lara, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2008-10-09

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Mechtilde Lauer, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1988-05-31

Mechtilde Lauer, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1988-05-31

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Mechtilde Lauer, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1988-05-31

Mechtilde Lauer, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1988-05-31

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Hermine Woerline Lees, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2008-08-13

Hermine Woerline Lees, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2008-08-13

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Hermine Woerline Lees, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2008-08-13

Hermine Woerline Lees, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2008-08-13

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Ellen Leonard, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2006-09-14

Ellen Leonard, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2006-09-14

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Ellen Leonard, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2006-09-14

Ellen Leonard, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2006-09-14

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Fran Lester, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2009-03-19

Fran Lester, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2009-03-19

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Fran Lester, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2009-03-19

Fran Lester, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2009-03-19

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Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 2004-01-16

Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 2004-01-16

Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 2004-01-16

Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 2004-01-16

Ella Mae Lorack, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Mary Lyon, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2006-02-27

Mary Lyon, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2006-02-27

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Mary Lyon, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2006-02-27

Mary Lyon, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2006-02-27

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Elizabeth Mahoney, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1997-03-06

Elizabeth Mahoney, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1997-03-06

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Elizabeth Mahoney, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1997-03-06

Elizabeth Mahoney, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1997-03-06

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Kathy McGee Marcos, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2007-03-28

Kathy McGee Marcos, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2007-03-28

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Kathy McGee Marcos, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2007-03-28

Kathy McGee Marcos, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2007-03-28

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Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 1987-12-01

Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 1987-12-01

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Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 1987-12-01

Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 1987-12-01

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Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 1987-12-01

Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 1987-12-01

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Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 1987-12-01

Rosemary Martin, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 1987-12-01

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Maria Inez Martinez, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2002-05-23

Maria Inez Martinez, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Maria Inez Martinez, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2002-05-23

Maria Inez Martinez, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Maria Inez Martinez, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2002-05-23

Maria Inez Martinez, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2002-05-23

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Patricia McAllister, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2002-03-14

Patricia McAllister, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2002-03-14

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Patricia McAllister, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2002-03-14

Patricia McAllister, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2002-03-14

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Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 2004-01-16

Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 2004-01-16

Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 2004-01-16

Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 2004-01-16

Regina McPartlin, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 2004-01-16

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Jeanette Melendez, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2007-01-23

Jeanette Melendez, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2007-01-23

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Jeanette Melendez, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2007-01-23

Jeanette Melendez, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2007-01-23

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Maria Luisa Meza, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 1988-04-19

Maria Luisa Meza, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 1988-04-19

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Maria Luisa Meza, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 1988-04-19

Maria Luisa Meza, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 1988-04-19

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Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 1 of 4] 1989-03-15

Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 1 of 4], 1989-03-15

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Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 2 of 4] 1989-03-15

Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 2 of 4], 1989-03-15

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Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 3 of 4] 1989-03-15

Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 3 of 4], 1989-03-15

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Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 4 of 4] 1989-03-15

Socorro Meza, oral history [Part 4 of 4], 1989-03-15

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Dorothy Gorman Mullins, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2006-05-09

Dorothy Gorman Mullins, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2006-05-09

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Dorothy Gorman Mullins, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2006-05-09

Dorothy Gorman Mullins, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2006-05-09

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Dorothy Gorman Mullins, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2006-05-09

Dorothy Gorman Mullins, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2006-05-09

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Doris Murphy, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 1997-07-08

Doris Murphy, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 1997-07-08

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Doris Murphy, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 1997-07-08

Doris Murphy, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 1997-07-08

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Doris Murphy, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 1997-07-08

Doris Murphy, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 1997-07-08

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Ruth Ann Murray, oral history 2002-03-06

Ruth Ann Murray, oral history, 2002-03-06

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Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 1 of 5] 1988-10

Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 1 of 5], 1988-10

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Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 2 of 5] 1988-10

Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 2 of 5], 1988-10

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Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 3 of 5] 1988-10

Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 3 of 5], 1988-10

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Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 4 of 5] 1988-10

Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 4 of 5], 1988-10

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Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 5 of 5] 1988-10

Noreen Naughton, oral history [Part 5 of 5], 1988-10

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Alexis Navarro, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2005-06

Alexis Navarro, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2005-06

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Alexis Navarro, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2005-06

Alexis Navarro, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2005-06

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Alexis Navarro, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2005-06

Alexis Navarro, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2005-06

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Suzanne Nunley, oral history [Part 1 of 3] 2001-07-23

Suzanne Nunley, oral history [Part 1 of 3], 2001-07-23

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Suzanne Nunley, oral history [Part 2 of 3] 2001-07-23

Suzanne Nunley, oral history [Part 2 of 3], 2001-07-23

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Suzanne Nunley, oral history [Part 3 of 3] 2001-07-23

Suzanne Nunley, oral history [Part 3 of 3], 2001-07-23

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Marie Victoire O'Connor, oral history [Part 1 of 2] 2006-05-10

Marie Victoire O'Connor, oral history [Part 1 of 2], 2006-05-10

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Marie Victoire O'Connor, oral history [Part 2 of 2] 2006-05-10

Marie Victoire O'Connor, oral history [Part 2 of 2], 2006-05-10

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