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    • SQ 2016 - Anna Ware 

      Ware, Anna (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-28)
      Anna Ware was a school teacher for most of the war and talked about her experience growing up in Sudlersville and teaching in Kent Island. She worked on her family farm, talked about her husband and his brothers who were ...
    • SQ 2016 - Arthur Wright 

      Wright, Arthur (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-14)
      Arthur Wright was born in 1940 on the Wye Plantation, in Queenstown, Maryland, where he lived for the majority of his childhood. He worked on the Houghton Family farm where he would work with his family to take care of the ...
    • SQ 2016 - Barbara Hayes 

      Hayes, Barbara (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-06)
      Barbara W. Hayes was born in 1939 on the Wye Plantation, in Queenstown, Maryland, where she lived for the majority of her childhood. She worked as a domestic for the Houghton Family, who owned the Wye Plantation, in addition ...
    • SQ 2016 - Cosmos Quattro 

      Quattro, Cosmos (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-07-06)
      In this interview, Cosmos Quattro talks about his experiences in the Army during World War II. He remembers his time training in both the United States, and England with Company I. He vividly describes his memories of ...
    • SQ 2016 - David Shearer 

      Shearer, David (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-07)
      David Shearer lived in the town of New Brighton, PA throughout the war. Born in 1937, David talks about growing up during WWII and discusses schooling, entertainment, and popular culture during the war. He also tells of ...
    • SQ 2016 - Ellicott McConnell 

      McConnell, Ellicott (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-22)
      After a grueling induction process into the army and a stint at basic training, Connecticut native Ellicott McConnell found himself halfway across the world in the mountains of India on an allied base. As a teletypist, ...
    • SQ 2016 - Faith Seltzer 

      Seltzer, Faith (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-23)
      Faith Seltzer shares artifacts from her father’s time in World War II, found after he had passed away. She describes his pictures and ship’s log, shares stories that he had told about being at Pearl Harbor when it was ...
    • SQ 2016 - Frances Miller 

      Miller, Frances (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-07-19)
      Frances “Francie” Miller, born October 15, 1937, was a child who lived in New Jersey and Florida during WWII. She discusses her father’s role as a PX in the Panama Canal and talks about the time that she spent on the ...
    • SQ 2016 - Genevieve Parylak 

      Parylak, Genevieve (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-21)
      Genevieve Parylak lived in the North of France during World War II. In this interview, led by her great-granddaughter, she discusses life in her village during the War, the hardships of life under German occupation, and ...
    • SQ 2016 - George Seymour 

      Seymour, George (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-28)
      George Seymour entered military service before the war ended, but only went overseas after the Japanese surrendered. He was stationed on then American-occupied Okinawa, and shares his experiences about being there. He also ...
    • SQ 2016 - Gerald McDonald 

      McDonald, Gerald (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-07-28)
      Gerald McDonald was born August 25, 1938 in Cincinnati, OH. His father worked as town manager for two of America’s “green towns,” towns built during the New Deal by the Resettlement Administration to house struggling ...
    • SQ 2016 - Ginny Parker 

      Parker, Ginny (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-22)
      Virginia Parker was born 1944 in England. Her father died in the Battle on Omaha Beach, prior to her birth. She talks about her mother and father during the war and recounts her experiences trying to track down and learn ...
    • SQ 2016 - Grove Miller 

      Miller, Grove (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-23)
      Grove Miller, who was a hospital foreman in the Navy during World War II, remembers what it was like to take care of the enlisted men of the Navy and Marines. He talks about caring for men who are gravely wounded, and ...
    • SQ 2016 - Helen "Betty" Seymour 

      Seymour, Helen "Betty" (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-28)
      Helen “Betty” Seymour was born in 1932. She has lived on the Eastern Shore her entire life. She has childhood memories of life during World War II. She tells us about what she doing on V.E. day and how she and her friends ...
    • SQ 2016 - Jack Foehrenbach 

      Foehrenbach, Jack (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-07-21)
      Jack Foehrenbach, born September 30, 1926, served on the USS Intrepid during WWII. He tells us numerous stories about his time aboard the ship, including his encounter with a tsunami and multiple kamikaze attacks. He also ...
    • SQ 2016 - James Murphy 

      Murphy, James (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-21)
      As an armorer charged with fixing the weapons on the iconic B-29 Bombers, Jim Murphy was stationed on Iwo Jima after the allies took the island. He describes dealing with the remaining Japanese forces on the island as well ...
    • SQ 2016 - Jane Hukill 

      Hukill, Jane (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-21)
      As a child during WWII, Jane Hukill remembers her father's and brother's service in the Pacific front. She also recalls the games she and her friends would play, and the food she ate during rationing in WWII. She remembers ...
    • SQ 2016 - Jane Martin 

      Martin, Jane (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-21)
      Jane Martin was a child growing up in West Virginia during The War. She talks about how the main railroad ran though her town and gave her the opportunity to experience propaganda in person from famous actors/actresses and ...
    • SQ 2016 - John Smith 

      Smith, John (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-08-01)
      John Smith, born in 1930, lived in North East, Maryland during the war. His mother owned a boardinghouse that housed many workers from war-related industries, including munitions plants and construction workers. He talks ...
    • SQ 2016 - Millicent Wagner 

      Wagner, Millicent (C.V. Starr Center, 2016-06-23)
      Millicent Wagner, born in 1923, served at a naval hospital in Philadelphia during the war. Millicent recalls tending to servicemen with a variety of wounds. She recalls bonding with several of the wounded sailors and ...