Dorothy Miller Oral History Interview


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Dorothy Miller Oral History Interview
Dorothy Miller Oral History Interview
Thanks! Plain and Simple
June 10 2016
In this interview, Dorothy speaks about her move to Cleveland during World War II. She reflects on her work riveting and bucking, and getting to see the fruits of her labor. Dorothy also discusses her husband’s and brothers’ involvements in the war, and her life after World War II ended.
45m 17s
Dorothy Miller, Interview, National Home Front Project, Washington College, Chestertown Maryland.
Interview was recorded by Anne Montague and Anna Hess (daughter) through Thanks! Plain and Simple for the Starr Center of the American Experience National Homefront Project.
Wheeling, Ohio, West Virginia, United States, NA [40.06396,-80.72091] [id:5280854]Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, NA [41.4995,-81.69541] [id:5150529]