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WWII Interviews

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Title
WWII Interviews
Accession Number
2019.013.0004
Type
Historical People
Gift of
Bailey Library
Collection Title
Misc Documents
Collection Description
Misc Documents
Source
Bailey Library
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application/pdf
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In 1995 under the guidance of 6th grade teacher Robert Snarski at the Clarendon Elementary School the 6th grade students interviewed WWII veterans as part of a project to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the ending of WWII. 

The cover of the copy of the booklet that we have was colored by Christopher Corey.  The interviews can be found at the link above. 

The veterans interviewed (or whose story was recounted by others) and the interviewers were:

Earl Ayer (1925 - 2016) by Jerry LaFountain
Edward Badger (1918 - 1969) by Missy Surridge
Frank Barker (1919 - 1994) by Jerry LaFountain
Murray Bissette (1921 - 1989) by Tracy Bissette
Larry Bolgioni (1915 - 2012) by Jason Wisell
Bill Cannon (1920 - 2009) by Bill Cannon Jr.
Lawrence Dewey (1914 - 2002) by Chris Black
Lawrence Dewey (1914 - 2002) by Bryce McNeil
Peg (Jordan) Egan (1922 - 2006) by Elizabeth Bride & Gabrielle Gillam
Thomas Egan (1914 - 1989) by Elizabeth Bride & Gabrielle Gillam
Rene Fournier (1926 - ) by Allison Hale
Bill Gilderdale (1919 - 2006) by Sam Winship
Clifton King (1921 - 2016) by Matt Black, Michael Gage, & Jason Levins
Frank Lafrancis (1924 - 1997) by Sam Winship
Teddy McPhee (1916 - 1987) by Beth McPhee
Clyde Mills (1920 - 2012) by Alyssa Todd & Jessica Waite
Richard Mock (1922 - 2000) by Jade McClallen
Bob Nelson (1926 - 1980) by Daniel Passmore
Olive Smith (1919 - 2012) by Lindsey Congdon
Loukas Theodorou (1927 - 1993) by Kristina Koukoulis
Tuure Tofferi (1921 - 1985) by Jerry Tofferi
John Steinmuller (1917 - 2001) by Jeremy Brown & Sam Carleton
Frank Kulig (1920 - 2007) by Michael Maniery & Tim Doherty

... and Grandfather Joe by his granddaughter Marissa Lane & Casey Black.  We do not know who Grandfather Joe was.

Note that in the booklet Bill Gilderdale's name was misspelled Guilderdale.