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 in the service, and talked about all the work her mother did for the girl scouts in the area. She also briefly mentioned bits about rationing and how it affected her trips to Rehoboth Beach.
Anna talks about her experiences as a school teacher in Kent Island during the war and talks about her husband's experience fighting in the Pacific theatre. She talks about her family and the family farm, and talks about Sudlersville, Maryland during the war.