SQ 2016- Nancy Dick
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SubjectChestertown, Maryland; Child; Own Memories; Rationing; Blackouts; African American Experience; Latino Experience; Factory Work
Nancy Dick, born in 1940, lived in Chestertown, Maryland throughout the war. In her interview, she discusses her father’s job as the only surgeon in Kent and Queen Anne’s counties. She also paints a picture of 1940s Chestertown, including race relations, rationing, blackouts, munitions plants, and the role of Washington College and the Chester River during the war.
Nancy Dick talks about her father's job as a surgeon during the war and talks about Chestertown during the war. She talks extensively about race relations, including the experiences of African Americans and Latinos, and talks about the numerous factories near Chestertown during and after the war.
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