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HA, Dong Nguyen (b. 1968).

Interview ID: OH 1741

Vietnamese-born immigrant to Dallas and UNT graduate student. Birth and childhood in Tam Ky, Vietnam; Vietnamese family life; memories of the Vietnam War; American involvement in Vietnam; memory of the fall of Saigon and the North Vietnamese invasion; experience as a refugee in 1975; American treatment of Vietnamese refugees; father’s time in the Communist reeducation camps after his capture; discussion of comparison between Vietnamese reeducation camps and Nazi concentration camps; Fort Chaffee, Arkansas; getting sponsorship to come to Dallas; the family’s goals in coming to the United States; how Americans welcomed he and his family; adjustment to life in the United States; the experiences of the “boat people” in 1979; religion; maintaining Vietnamese traditions in the United States; returning to Vietnam to visit family; how Vietnam has changed; effects of the Communist government on the development of Vietnam since the war; experience with brain cancer; undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at Austin; medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; experiences as a graduate student at the University of North Texas; future goals; lasting effects of the refugee experience on Vietnamese immigrants; the Vietnamese community in the D/FW area; impressions of the younger generation of Vietnamese Americans that were born in the United States; lessons to be learned from the Vietnam War.
Date of Interview: 27/04/2011

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HAAG, Claudia (b. ca. 1950).

Interview ID: OH 1366

Her recollections of Drs. Margaret Griffin and Rose Spicola, long-time reading professors at Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas. Griffin as her thesis and dissertation advisor; comments about the Fall Forum; classes with Spicola; the role of Griffin and Spicola in establishing the doctoral-level reading program at Texas Woman’s University; Griffin’s and Spicola’s teaching styles and methods.
Date of Interview: 14/10/2000

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HABERMAN, Hardy (b. 1950)

Interview ID: OH 1848

For the Dallas LGBT Oral History Project. Film producer, web designer, and longtime Dallas LGBT activist. Childhood in Dallas, Texas; coming out; LGBT Dallas history; LGBT activism; AIDS crisis in Dallas; current work in web design and marketing; current activism; Cathedral of Hope.
Date of Interview: 15/04/2012

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HADLOCK, Kenneth (b. 1916).

Interview ID: OHB 0017

Family background, education; early work experiences in blacksmithing, saddletree making in Utah; Depression; early saddletree making methods and equipment; founding of Standard Saddletree Company in Utah with Fox; move to Texas; founding of Hadlock and Fox; start of tannery, retail store, saddle making; largest quality saddletree maker in U.S.; description of saddletree making, tanning, saddle making; sources of materials, markets; entry into plastic trees; splitting business, with Fox taking Utah (Standard) and Hadlock taking Texas (H-F); family involvement in business.
Date of Interview: 17/05/1978

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HAFFER, Don (b. 1955).

Interview ID: OH 1270

His experiences in clinical psychology and behavioral medicine.
Date of Interview: 03/08/1998

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HAILE, Homer L. (b. 1916).

489th Squadron. 2nd Air Division. 8th Air Force. Army Air Forces veteran. 489th Squadron. 2nd Air Division. 8th Air Force.

Interview ID: OH 1144

His experiences as a crew member of a B-24 in the European Theater during World War II. Stateside training; raid to Kiel, Germany; raid to Oschersleben, Germany; other raids.
Date of Interview: 22/09/1996

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HAKE, Charles K. (b. 1922).

Battery A. 386th Field Artillery Battalion. 104th Infantry Division. Army veteran. Battery A. 386th Field Artillery Battalion. 104th Infantry Division.

Interview ID: OH 1361

His experiences in the European Theater during World War II. Pre-war youth in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania; effects of the Great Depression; employment at the York Ice Machine Company and making battleship gun turrets; induction into the Army, December, 1942; basic training, Camp Adair, Oregon, with the 104th Infantry Division, 1942-43; artillery school, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 1943; stateside maneuvers, 1943-44; Camp Carson, Colorado, 1944; convoy from the United States to France, 1944; providing artillery support for the Canadian 1st Army in Holland, 1944; German counter-battery fire; Battle of the Bulge, December, 1944-January, 1945; Ruhr Pocket, 1945; his wounds resulting from his vehicle hitting a mine near Remagen, Germany, March 25, 1945; hospitalization and recuperation; his return to the States and his thoughts about participating in the invasion of the Japanese home islands with the 104th Infantry Division; his comments about the seven Hake brothers seeing combat during World War II; postwar adjustments and comments about life in Wrightsville.
Date of Interview: 09/08/2000

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HALBROOK, A. L. (b. 1920).

Marine Corps veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0122

His experiences as a prisoner-of-war of the Japanese during World War II. Pre-war duty at International Settlement, Shanghai, with 4th Marines; fall of Corregidor and capture; Camp O’Donnell, 1942; Cabanatuan, 1942-43; Clark Field, 1943-44; Bilibid Prison, Manila, 1944; hell ship to Japan, 1944; American air raids; Yokohama and Kawasaki, 1945; liberation.
Date of Interview:
21/03/1972 to 18/04/1972

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HALE, L. Dewitt (b. 1917).

member of the Texas House of Representatives from Corpus Christi. Democrat.

Interview ID: OH 0013

His experiences from his career as a member of the Texas Legislature (1939-40; 1953-62; 1964-67). Biographical information and decision to enter politics; influence of lobbyists; revenue legislation; changes in House rules; evolution of House membership; comments about Governor John Connally, Lieutenant Governor Preston Smith, and Speaker Ben Barnes; comments about former governors Allen Shivers and Price Daniels; one-year versus two-year budget; position on annual legislative sessions; constitutional revision; higher education.
Date of Interview: 19/12/1967

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Interview ID: OH 0031

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Special Session of the Sixtieth Legislature. Revenue legislation; reform of liquor laws; changes in House rules.
Date of Interview: 29/08/1968

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Interview ID: OH 0071

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-First Legislature. One-year versus two-year budget; comments about Governor Preston smith and Lieutenant Governor Ben Barnes; revenue bills; corporate income tax; welfare legislation; state minimum wage law; education legislation; creation of new four-year colleges; beer and liquor lobby; changes in state sales tax base; personal legislation; redistricting under “one-man, one-vote” U.S. Supreme court decision.
Date of Interview: 16/10/1970

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Interview ID: OH 0108

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Regular and First Special Session of the Sixty-second Legislature. Revenue bills; corporate profits tax; Sharpstown stock-fraud scandal; legislative ethics; “Dirty Thirty”; appropriations; redistricting; personal legislation
Date of Interview: 24/06/1971

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Interview ID: OH 0217

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Regular Session of the Sixty-third Texas Legislature. Reform legislation; appropriations; comments about Governor Dolph Briscoe.
Date of Interview: 30/09/1973

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Interview ID: OH 0277

His experiences and personal views while serving as a member of the Texas Constitutional Convention, 1974. Need for constitutional revision; Constitutional Revision Commission; Joint Constitutional Convention Planning Committee; Price Daniel, Jr., as chairman of the Constitutional Convention; Judiciary Committee; right-to-work provision; failure of the Constitutional Convention.
Date of Interview: 20/12/1974

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Interview ID: OH 0302

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-fourth Legislature. House speakership race; appropriations; committee appointments; public school financing; public utilities legislation; constitutional revision; personal legislation; comments about Governor Dolph Briscoe.
Date of Interview: 03/09/1975

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Interview ID: OH 0442

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-fifth Legislature. Budget surplus; highway appropriations; teacher retirement bill; Texas Monthly’s ratings of legislators; public school financing; ad valorem taxation; Peveto Bill.
Date of Interview: 12/07/1977

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HALL, Blaine (b.1921).

Interview ID: OH 1639

Former employee of the Texas Textile Mill and longtime resident of McKinney, Texas. Early childhood and education in McKinney; father’s work in the mill; duties as a doffer in the mill’s spinning room; union involvement; World War II service; playing career with the Textile Millers, mill-sponsored baseball team.
Date of Interview: 20/11/2006

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HALL, Brian (b. 1966).

Interview ID: OH 1662

Childhood in Irving and Waxahachie, Tex.; decision to enlist in U.S. Navy; military service of father and twin brother; assignment to USS Tarawa; service in humanitarian missions in Western Pacific and Operation Desert Storm; education after leaving Navy; re-enlistment in U.S. Army; assignment to 328th Personal Services Battalion and 350th Postal Company; deployment to Kuwait and Northern Iraq; dissatisfaction with chain of command; need for post-deployment counseling; career as an author; opinions regarding value of military service.
Date of Interview: 01/12/2007

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HALL, James A. (b. 1917).

Interview ID: OH 1090

His experiences while employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 31/10/1995

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HALL, James N. (b. 1923).

23rd Fighter Squadron. 36th Fighter Group. 9th Air Force. Army Air Forces veteran. 23rd Fighter Squadron. 36th Fighter Group. 9th Air Force.

Interview ID: OH 1334

His experiences as a P-47 Thunderbolt pilot in the European Theater during World War II. Basic training, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, Texas, 1943; primary flight training, Fort Stockton, Texas, 1943; basic flight training, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, Texas, 1943; advanced flight training, Foster Field, Victoria, Texas, 1943; fighter pilot training in the P-47, Pocatello, Idaho, 1944; his voyage across the Atlantic to England, January, 1945; assignment to the 36th Fighter Group at Le Culot, Belgium, February, 1945; his first mission; his description of ground-air radio communications (Air Support Party); problems with target identification; interdiction of German communications and troop movements; German flak, flak traps, and flak trains; his description of the characteristics and capabilities of the P-47; bomber escort duty during the crossings of the Rhine River, March, 1945; aerial combat around the Remagen Bridge; his destroying a ME-163 on the ground; crash landings; development of the fighter-bomber concept; skip-bombing techniques; tank-busting techniques; occupation duty in postwar Germany; his postwar education and career.
Date of Interview: 10/11/1999

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HALL, Morris E. “Gene” (b. 1913).

Interview ID: OH 0840

His reflections and personal role in establishing the jazz studies program in the College of Music at North Texas State College. Early music career; student days at North Texas; graduate studies at New York University; establishing the jazz studies program; organizing the Lab Bands; Kenton Clinics; his experiences at Michigan State University, College of The Desert, and Stephen F. Austin State University; his role in the founding of the National Association of Jazz Studies; his teaching methods; personal theories and concepts of jazz; comments about deans of the North Texas College of Music; relations with University administrators.
Date of Interview:
09/02/1991 to 14/02/1991
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18/02/1991 to 19/02/1991

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HALL, Ralph (b. 1923).

member of the Texas Senate from Rockwall. Democrat.

Interview ID: OH 0036

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixtieth Legislature.
Date of Interview: 04/01/1968

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Interview ID: OH 0160

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-first and Sixty-second Legislatures. One-year versus two-year budget; tax legislation; University of Texas at Dallas; teacher pay raise; anti-riot legislation; state sales tax; “grocery tax”; destination tax; comments about Lieutenant Governor Ben Barnes; deficit financing; corporate profits tax; Sharpstown stock-fraud scandal; ethics legislation; redistricting; his campaign for the office of lieutenant governor; comments about Governor Preston Smith.
Date of Interview:
17/01/1970 to 02/07/1971

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HALL, Tip (b. 1922).

member of the Texas House of Representatives from Denton. Democrat.

Interview ID: OH 0514

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-sixth Legislature. Election victory; political philosophy; his constituency; comments about Governor William Clements, Speaker Bill Clayton; committee assignments; consumer legislation; interest rates; activities on State Affairs Committee; appropriations; tax relief; Peveto Bill; initiative-referendum; personal legislation
Date of Interview: 13/08/1979

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Interview ID: OH 0618

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-eighth Legislature. Speaker Gib Lewis and financial disclosure; appointment to the Appropriations Committee; appropriations and taxes; comments about Governor Mark White; teacher pay; personal legislation.
Date of Interview: 21/11/1983

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HALLIDAY, Robert V. (b. 1918).

Army Air Corps veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0532

His experiences at Hickam Field with the 31st Bombardment Squadron during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 06/12/1980

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HALLORAN, Raymond F. (b. 1922).

878th Bomb Squadron. 499th Bomb Group. 73rd Bomb Wing. 20th Air Force. Army Air Force veteran. 878th Bomb Squadron. 499th Bomb Group. 73rd Bomb Wing. 20th Air Force.

Interview ID: OH 1250

His experiences as a prisoner-of-war of the Japanese during World War II. Navigator training in Texas, New Mexico, and Kansas; assignment to Saipan, 1944; his B-29 shot down over Tokyo, January, 1945; capture and interrogation by Japanese army personnel; beatings and torture; solitary confinement in Tokyo at the "The Stables"; Tokyo fire bomb raid of March 10, 1945; interrogation, beatings, and torture by Kempei-tai; transfer to Omori camp; liberation in August, 1945; postwar psychological problems and adjustments.
Date of Interview: 15/03/1998

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HAMBLIN, Foster B. (b. 1924).

Marine Bombing Squadron VMB-433. Marine Corps veteran. Marine Bombing Squadron VMB-433.

Interview ID: OH 1469

His experiences as a radar technician in the Southwest Pacific Theater during World War II. His prewar education; decision to enlist in the Marine Corps, 1942; boot camp at Parris Island, South Carolina, 1942; radar school at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 1942-43; primary radar training at Grove City, Pennsylvania, 1943; secondary radar training at Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1943; assignment to VMB-433, Peterfield Point, North Carolina, 1943; radar operation aboard the PBJ (B-25) medium bomber; training at Naval Air Station, El Centro, California, 1944; voyage across the Pacific to Espritu Santo, May, 1944; assignment to Emirau, August, 1944; living conditions on Emirau; his role in the maintenance of radar equipment; off-duty activities; end of the war and his return to college; his postwar career with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Date of Interview: 27/09/2002

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HAMILTON, William N. (b. 1922).

63rd Bomb Squadron. 43rd Bomb Group. 5th Air Force; 7th Fighter Squadron. 49th Fighter Group. 5th Air Force. Army Air Forces veteran. 63rd Bomb Squadron. 43rd Bomb Group. 5th Air Force; 7th Fighter Squadron. 49th Fighter Group. 5th Air Force.

Interview ID: OH 1352

His experiences in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Pre-war education, particularly at Culver Military Academy; his decision to enter the Aviation Cadet Program, 1943; basic training, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, Texas, 1943; assignment to the 67th College Training Detachment, Ouachita Baptist College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, 1943; assignment to the Aviation Cadet Classification and Preflight Center, San Antonio, Texas, 1943; pre-flight training, Aviation Cadet Center, San Antonio, 1943; primary flight training, Corsicana, Texas, 1943-44; basic flight training, Majors Field, Greenville, Texas, 1944; advanced flight training, Ellington Field, Houston, Texas, 1944; assignment to the combat replacement and training center, Nadzab, New Guinea, 1944; voluntary assignment to the 63rd Bomb Squadron, Tacloban, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 1944; his accounts of various “snooper” night missions in B-24s to interdict Japanese shipping and supply facilities along the China coast, 1944-45; transfer of the squadron to Clark Field, Manila, Luzon, 1945; his memorable mission to Ulin Harbor, Hainan Island, March 31, 1945; his transfer to the 49th Fighter Group and transition to the P-38 Lightning; P-38 training at Nadzab; assignment to the 7th Fighter Squadron and ground-support missions on Luzon; preparations for the invasion of Japan; transfer to Okinawa, August, 1945; his eye-witness description of Hiroshima after the dropping of the atomic bomb; surveillance missions over Japan after the surrender; lasting effects of his experiences in World War II.
Date of Interview: 14/12/1999

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HAMMOND, J. W. (b. 1914).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0192

His experiences while aboard the repair ship USS Medusa during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 27/04/1974

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HAMPSON, Russell J. (b. 1918).

Army veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0354

His experiences as an ordnance man at Schofield Barracks during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 15/12/1976

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HANCOCK, John L. (b. ca. 1916).

259th Field Artillery Battalion. Army veteran. 259th Field Artillery Battalion.

Interview ID: OH 1494

A personal written account of his experiences in the European Theater during World War II, entitled “Third Reich Finale as Witnessed by John L. Hancock, 259th Field Artillery Battalion.” Battle of the Bulge, December, 1944-January, 1945; Battle for the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen, 1945; Buchenwald Concentration Camp; temporary occupation duty in Germany, 1945; mustering out of the service, 1945.
Date of Interview: 06/01/1981

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HANCOCK, Victor (b. 1923).

Interview ID: OH 1709

Childhood in Coquilla, Oregon, Ketchikan, Alaska, and Hayward and San Francisco, California; family’s difficulties in the Great Depression; work as a shoeshine boy and newspaper delivery boy; father’s work with the WPA; expulsion from school; move to Los Angeles and graduation from high school; hitchhiking; memory of Pearl Harbor attack; enlistment in Army Air Corps; brother’s combat death; feelings toward Japanese, Germans, and Italians; pilot training in Colorado, Kansas, and Texas; assignment to 445th Bomber Squadron, 321st Bomb Group in Mediterranean Theater; description of bombing missions; V-E Day celebrations; World War II as “life-defining moment”; return to civilian life then return to service during Korean War; work as a professional pilot trainer and test pilot; career with federal agencies, including Housing and Urban Development, Resolution Trust Corporation, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; work as member of Orange, Texas, school board; volunteer work.
Date of Interview: 17/12/2007

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HANKS, Vernon (b. 1908).

USS Wright. Navy veteran. USS Wright.

Interview ID: OH 1294

His experiences as a Navy chaplain in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Early career in the ministry; the coming of war and his decision to join the Chaplain Corps; Navy Chaplaincy School, Norfolk, Virginia, 1942; stateside duties, Cherry Point, North Carolina, and Bunker Hill, Indiana, 1942-43; his views of a chaplain’s role and responsibilities; assignment to the seaplane tender USS Wright, 1943; activities as the Wright’s morale officer; operations around Espiritu Santo, 1943-44; activities around Kolombangara and Bougainville, 1943-44; conversion of the Wright as a flagship for the 7th Fleet, 1944; rest and recuperation activities for the ship’s crew; Philippine operations, 1944-45; return to the U.S., 1945; postwar adjustments to civilian life.
Date of Interview: 07/03/1998

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HANLEY, Fiske (b. 1920).

398th Bomb Squadron. 504th Bomb Group. 313th Bomb Wing. 20th Air Force. Army Air Forces veteran. 398th Bomb Squadron. 504th Bomb Group. 313th Bomb Wing. 20th Air Force.

Interview ID: OH 1335

His experiences as a prisoner-of-war of the Japanese during World War II. Enrollment in the Aviation Cadet Program, 1943; basic training at Boca Raton, Florida, 1943; Yale University Technical School, 1943; his selection for training as a flight engineer; Boeing Flight Engineer School, Seattle, Washington, 1944; B-29 Flight Engineering School, Lowry Field, Denver, Colorado, 1944; his assignment to the 504th Bomb Group, August, 1944; establishment of crew integrity, August-November, 1944; mechanical characteristics of the B-29; his stationing at Tinian, Marianas, January 12, 1945; training missions to Iwo Jima, Truk, Aguijan, and Pagan Islands; mission to Kobe, Japan; effects of the jet stream on bombing accuracy; low-level fire bomb missions to Tokyo, Japan, March 9, 1945; other fire bomb raids to Nagoya and Osaka, Japan, March, 1945; the shooting down of his plane and the capture of the survivors, March 28, 1945; his classification as a "special prisoner" (war criminal) by the Kempei-tai; interrogation by the Japanese military; threats from Japanese civilians; incarceration at Kempei-tai headquarters in Tokyo; prison conditions and continued interrogation and torture; American air raids; transfer to Omori, Japan, August 15, 1945; liberation and medical treatment; postwar psychological adjustments.
Date of Interview: 13/10/1999

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HANLEY, Joseph (b. 1900).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0200

His experiences while aboard the repair ship USS Rigel during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 17/05/1974

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HANNA, Robert W. (b. 1923).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0424

His experiences as an ordnance man at Kaneohe Naval Air Station during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 13/06/1978

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HARD, Ilo (b. 1923).

2nd Battalion. 131st Field Artillery. Texas National Guard. Army veteran. 2nd Battalion. 131st Field Artillery. Texas National Guard.

Interview ID: OH 0510

His experiences as a prisoner-of-war of the Japanese during World War II. Fall of Java and capture; Bicycle Camp, Batavia, 1942; Changi Prison Camp, Singapore, 1942; building the Burma-Thailand Death Railway, 1942-44; Kanchanaburi, Thailand, 1944; Singapore, 1944-45; liberation.
Date of Interview: 26/03/1980

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HARDEN, Bessie D. (b. 1911).

Interview ID: OH 0728

Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Early experiences in segregated society; segregation and racism in Denton, Texas; early meetings of the Fellowship; social activities of the Fellowship; street paving in the African-American section of Denton; urban renewal; integration of neighborhoods; desegregation of Denton public schools; tutoring program; desegregation of public facilities in Denton; political activities.
Date of Interview: 07/04/1988

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HARDIN, James W. (b. 1920).

Jim Hardin’s Paint and Wallcovering.

Interview ID: OHB 0048

Family background; employment with Esler paint and Paper Company, Denison; promotion to assistant manager and outside salesman; effects of Depression in Denison; comments on union activities in Denison; military service in World War II; experiences in hanging wallcovering; employment at Jack Hodges’s Paint store, Denton, 1953; purchase of business from Hodges; views on Dallas competition; comments on development of paint components; views on organization of KEM Institute to promote latex paint; comments on the development of wallcovering; business orientation toward homeowner; pricing changes in paint and wallcovering; outlet for Pittsburgh paint products; growth of business; family employees; description of advertising; views on credit business; factors in developing successful operation; work in trade associations; advantages of family-operated business.
Date of Interview: 31/01/1981

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HARDING, Warren G. (b. 1921).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0524

His experiences while aboard the battleship USS California during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 07/12/1980

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HARDWICK, James C. (b. 1923).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 1231

His experiences while aboard the light cruiser USS Honolulu during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 17/03/1998

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HARGENS, George (b. 1911).

Caltex Petroleum Corporation.

Interview ID: OH 0663

Education and early work experience; employment with standard oil of California; early marketing experience; OPA Advisory Committee, 1942-46; postwar domestic marketing strategies; transfer to Caltex, 1957; establishing Caltex (Germany) markets; construction of Frankfurt refinery; decision to leave Caltex, 1963.
Date of Interview: 14/09/1985

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HARGROVE, John (b. 1922).

18th Squadron. 22nd Bomb Group. 5th Air Force. Army Air Forces veteran. 18th Squadron. 22nd Bomb Group. 5th Air Force.

Interview ID: OH 1263

His experiences as a radioman aboard a B-26 in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Enlistment in 1940 and stateside training; assignment to the 18th Reconnaissance Squadron; antisubmarine patrols off the West Coast of the U. S. in early 1942; trans- Pacific island hopping from Hawaii to Australia, 1942; bombing and reconnaissance missions out of Townsville, Australia; aerial combat over New Guinea; attacks on Japanese shipping and ground-support missions around Buna; awarding of the Distinguished Flying Cross to his crew; return to the U. S. in 1943 after thirty-one missions; gunnery school, Fort Myers, Florida; radio instruction, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Date of Interview: 12/08/1998

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HARKINS, M. Hudson (b. 1922).

Interview ID: OH 1023

His experiences while employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 27/01/1994

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HARMON, Charles (b. 1918).

Interview ID: OH 1268

His experiences as a civilian defense worker at Philadelphia Gear Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during World War II. Growing up in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania; effect of the Great Depression on family life; attendance at Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades, Media, Pennsylvania for training as a patternmaker; employment at Philadelphia Gear Works as a layout man and machinist; conversion from peacetime to wartime production during World War II; election as vice- president of the International Association of Machinists; union-management relationships during World War II at Philadelphia Gear Works; employment of women; overhaul of the USS Washington; return to Wrightsville to work at Riverside Foundry in 1945; production of hand grenades and rifle grenades; management-union relationships at Riverside Foundry; conversion to civilian product manufacturing at war’s end.
Date of Interview: 12/08/1996

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HARPOOL, Tom (b. 1918).

Interview ID: OH 0069

Family background; farming in Hebron, Texas; move to Denton, 1928; father’s activities as cotton, grain, and wool buyer; employment at North Texas State Teachers College book bindery; purchase of cotton, wool, and seed business, 1942; education in Hebron and Denton; experiences at North Texas State Teachers College; experiences during Depression in Denton; comments on raising livestock in Denton; operation of Pedigreed Grain Association business; comments on financing of business; discussion of milo development; creation of Harpool’s Seed House, 1948; development of wholesale seed distribution business, 1958; construction of fertilizer bulk blend plant; advent of DDT and herbicides; development of wholesale farm and garden products business, 1962; expansion of wholesale business in Texas and Oklahoma; discussion of personnel practices; use of advertising; comments on government regulations; description of typical working day; factors involved in building a successful family business; comments on trade association and civic activities.
Date of Interview: 01/03/1982

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HARRAL, Hilma (b. 1923).

Interview ID: OH 0861

Her experiences as a student in the library school at Texas State College For Women, Denton, Texas, during the late 1930s and early 1940s; her professional career as a librarian.
Date of Interview: 28/04/1992

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HARRELL, Dora Velora (b. 1911).

Interview ID: OH 0999

Her recollections about Texarkana, Texas, 1915-50. Education; local industries; church activities; social clubs and fraternal organizations; women’s issues.
Date of Interview: 12/03/1994

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HARRELSON, M. T. (b. 1919).

2nd Battalion. 131st Field Artillery. Texas National Guard. Army veteran. 2nd Battalion. 131st Field Artillery. Texas National Guard.

Interview ID: OH 0666

His experiences as a prisoner-of-war of the Japanese during World War II. Fall of Java and capture; Bicycle Camp, Batavia, 1942-44; Changi Jail, Singapore, 1944; various railroad camps in Sumatra, 1944-45; liberation.
Date of Interview: 09/05/1985

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HARRINGTON, Darrell (b. 1931)

Army veteran. anesthetist.

Interview ID: OH 1188

His experiences as an Army nurse in Vietnam, 1970-1971. Assignment to Chu Lai; temporary assignment to the 91st Evacuation Hospital at An Khe; TDY in Korea; combat experiences at An Khe and Da Nang; permanent assignment to Chu Lai; treatment of wounded troops; relationship between doctors and nurses; morale problems; recreation; treatment of wounded enemy soldiers; personal attitudes toward the war; return to the States on thirty-day leave; post-Vietnam adjustments.
Date of Interview: 05/07/1997

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HARRIS, Lindy (b. 1932).

Interview ID: OH 1534

His recollections of the military service of his four brothers during World War II. His youth on the family farm near Van Alstyne, Texas, in the 1930s; comments about his parents; his brother “Bud’s” military experiences with the 6th Infantry Division in the Southwest Pacific Theater (New Guinea and the Philippines); his brother Bailey’s experiences in the Aleutian Islands; his brother Troy’s military experiences in the China-Burma-India Theater; his brother “Louie’s” draft deferment for doing farm work; his brother “Rube’s” military experiences doing stateside duty ; the effects of wartime military service on his brothers after the war; his decision to quit school and join the Air Force at age fourteen (with a fake birth certificate) in 1946; his stationing to Okinawa, 1947; obtaining a hardship discharge from the Air Force after his father’s death, 1947.
Date of Interview: 18/09/2003

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HARRIS, O. H. (b. 1932).

member of the Texas Senate from Dallas, Republican.

Interview ID: OH 0042

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-first Legislature. Biographical information; decision to enter politics; personal political philosophy; one-year budget versus two-year budget; revenue legislation; comments about Governor Preston Smith and Lieutenant Governor Ben Barnes; welfare legislation; state minimum wage law; University of Texas at Dallas.
Date of Interview: 05/11/1969

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Interview ID: OH 0089

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Regular and First Special Session of the Sixty-second Legislature. Revenue bills; corporate profits tax; Sharpstown Stock-fraud scandal; legislative ethics; “Dirty Thirty”; appropriations; redistricting; personal legislation.
Date of Interview: 06/07/1971

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Interview ID: OH 0167

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-third Legislature. Freshman senators; comments about Lieutenant Governor Bill Hobby; committee appointments; reform legislation; comments about Governor Dolph Briscoe.
Date of Interview: 29/06/1973

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Interview ID: OH 0275

His experiences and personal views while serving as a member of the Texas Constitutional Convention, 1974. Need for constitutional revision; Price Daniel, Jr., as chairman of the Constitutional Convention; Finance Committee; right-to-work provision; failure of Constitutional Convention.
Date of Interview: 23/12/1974

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Interview ID: OH 0295

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-fourth Legislature. Public school financing; public utilities legislation; constitutional revision; personal legislation.
Date of Interview: 11/08/1975

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Interview ID: OH 0480

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Second Special Session of the Sixty-fifth Texas Legislature. Influence of Proposition 13 in California; opposition to special session; repeal of sales tax on utility bills; modification of inheritance tax exemptions; ad valorem tax; agricultural land; initiative­ referendum; Peveto Bill; comments about the gubernatorial campaign of William Clements.
Date of Interview: 27/11/1978

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Interview ID: OH 0493

His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-sixth Legislature. Relationship with Governor William Clements; appropriations; Budget Execution Act; consumer legislation; Peveto Bill; public school financing; comments about “Killer Bees”; separate presidential primaries.
Date of Interview: 07/09/1979

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HARRIS, William (b. 1921).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0208

His experiences while aboard the battleship USS Nevada during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 19/05/1974

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HARRISON, Eugene D. (b.1909).

Interview ID: OH 1247

His experiences while employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 12/08/1998

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HARRISON, Patti (b. 1929).

Interview ID: OHB 0052

Family background; employment at Wadley Blood Center, Dallas, and Herman Hospital, Houston: founding of Spectra Biologicals, 1961; innovations in blood typing serum products; involvement as salesperson for Texas and Louisiana territory; sale of company to Becton-Dickenson, 1966; comments on corporate takeover and management; founding of Nuclear Medical Labs, 1969; factors in successful development of company; sale of company to Warner Lambert, 1976; establishment of improvisational theater in Houston and fast food restaurant in Wimberly; ownership of truss building business in Houston, 1979; views on corporate management; comments on women in business.
Date of Interview: 19/05/1981

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HART, Weldon (b. 1909).

Interview ID: OH 0009

His experiences as press secretary and appointments secretary to former Governors Beauford Jester, 1947-50, and Allan Shivers, 1950-57; head of the Texas Employment Commission; organization of a Texas political machine; lobbying for the highway construction industries of Texas.
Date of Interview:
08/08/1966 to 06/02/1967
, 03/07/1967

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HARTMAN, Cathy Nelson (b. 1945)

Interview ID: OH 1849

Retired Associate Dean of Libraries at the University of North Texas. Childhood in east Texas; education and work history; move to librarianship; changes at UNT over the years; work at UNT Libraries; move to digital libraries; creation of UNT’s digital repository and the Portal to Texas History; logistics of creating a digital library; international growth of digital libraries.
Date of Interview: 07/12/2015

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HATCHER, Carl (b. 1921).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0196

His experiences at Ford Island Naval Air Station with the Assembly and Repair Department during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 19/05/1974

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HATCHER, Jean Elizabeth Sheppard (b. 1924).

Interview ID: OH 1680

World War II-era veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard Women’s Reserves (or SPARs). Childhood and education in Edwardsville, Virden, and Girard, Ill.; father’s experience in World War I; waitressing and clerical work following high school graduation; memories of Pearl Harbor attack; decision to enlist in Coast Guard SPAR program in June 1944; clerical training at Palm Beach, Fla.; meeting future husband, Bill Hatcher, at USO Club in West Palm Beach, Fla.; assignment to USCG headquarters in Washington, D.C.; courtship; contraction of fibromyalgia and discharge from service; 1946 wedding; family history; involvement in Ridglea United Methodist Church in Fort Worth.
Date of Interview: 11/12/2008

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HATCHER, William (b. 1923).

Interview ID: OH 1681

Childhood and education in rural Tenn.; family’s experiences in the Great Depression; decision to attend University of Tennessee-Knoxville and major in mechanical engineering; memories of Pearl Harbor attack; decision to join U.S. Army Enlisted Reserve Corps in 1942; 1943 call-up; basic training at Ft. Belvoir, Va.; instruction in engineering, communications, and radar repair at City College of New York and Chanute Field, Ill.; assignments to Truax Field, Wis., and Boca Raton, Fla.; meeting future wife, Jean E. Sheppard, at USO Club in West Palm Beach, Fla.; transfer to B-29 unit and bases in Neb. And Kan.; deployment to Guam with 29th Bomb Group, 20th Air Force, March 1945; details of high-altitude radar repair work; aspects of daily life for American soldiers stationed in Guam; descriptions of devastation of Japan, including Hiroshima; transfer to base on Tinian; return to U.S. in February 1946; wedding; return to UT-Knoxville using GI Bill benefits; work at Oak Ridge; decision to transfer to University of New Mexico for Mrs. Hatcher’s health; career with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Convair Corp. of Fort Worth; family history; social life in Fort Worth.
Date of Interview: 04/12/2008

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HAUGER, Patarica LeMay (b. 1928).

Interview ID: OH 1697

Family history; Ohio farm life during the Great Depression; brother’s visits, including a fly-over in a B-36 aircraft; Lemay’s World War II service and work in the Pentagon thereafter; feelings about his vice-presidential bid as George Wallace’s running mate in 1968; perceptions of LeMay’s legacy.
Date of Interview: 26/02/2010

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HAUGH, Grace I. (b. 1922).

Interview ID: OH 1367

Her experiences as the wife of a serviceman (William Haugh) who was in Europe during World War II. Her education and youth on the family farm; effects of the Great Depression on her family; effects of the Rural Electrification Administration on farm life; her marriage to William Haugh on October 4, 1941; birth of their first son on December 23, 1942; her husband’s induction into the Army on June 16, 1944, and birth of their second son on September 9, 1944; economic adjustments as a result of her husband’s entering the military; creation of family support systems; church activities to support servicemen; wartime rationing; her husband’s homecoming, November, 1945; postwar family adjustments.
Date of Interview: 04/11/2000

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HAUGH, Mervin E. (b. 1917).

B Company. 1st Battalion. 2nd Armored Division. Army veteran. B Company. 1st Battalion. 2nd Armored Division.

Interview ID: OH 1298

His experiences as a tank commander in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, and Europe during World War II. Prewar induction and training, Fort Benning, Georgia; North Africa landings, November, 1942; his role as a tank commander; evolution of tank tactics; invasion of Sicily, July, 1943; transfer of 2nd Armored Division to England, December, 1943; preparations for Operation OVERLORD; combat against German tanks; Operation COBRA, July, 1944; action along the Siegfried Line and the West Wall; his functions as commander of a M3 Stuart tank; his battle wounds from small-arms fire; crossing the Rhine River and thrusts into Germany.
Date of Interview: 31/05/1999

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HAUGH, William M. (b. 1919).

H Company. 137th Regiment. 35th Infantry Division. Army veteran. H Company. 137th Regiment. 35th Infantry Division.

Interview ID: OH 1290

His experiences as a combat infantryman in the European Theater during World War II. Educational background; youth on the family farm; employment as a patternmaker at Riverside Foundry, Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, 1938; hand grenade production at Riverside Foundry; induction into the Army and basic training, Camp Blanding, Florida, 1943; troopship to Marseilles, France; assignment as a replacement to H Company, 137th Regiment, 35th Infantry Division; the Battle of the Bulge, December, 1944-January, 45; descriptions of close combat and winter living conditions; Rhineland Campaign, 1945; Ruhr Valley and the liberation of German towns; urban combat; liberation of concentration camps; end of the war and the sea voyage home; postwar adjustments to civilian life; career advancement at Riverside Foundry; decision to start his own foundry, H&H Castings, 1972.
Date of Interview: 12/01/1999

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HAUSSER, C. G. (b. 1936).

Army veteran. nurse.

Interview ID: OH 0874

His experiences as a nurse in Vietnam, 1970-71. Assignment to 12th Evacuation Hospital, Cu Chi; camp routine; treatment of battle wounds; morale; Viet Cong prisoners; communication with family; transfer to Quang Tri; stateside adjustments.
Date of Interview: 08/03/1992

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HAVEL, William (b. 1921).

Army veteran.

Interview ID: OH 1026

His experiences as a corpsman at Tripler General Hospital during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 22/04/1994

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HAVENHILL, Jessie “Jackye” Hall (b. *).

Interview ID: OH 1651

History of family farm at present-day intersection of I-35W and Bonnie Brae Ave.; farm’s connection to Belo family; details of dairy and grain farming operations; domestic life on the farm; local history; education at NTSC “lab school” and NTSC.
Date of Interview: 23/03/2008

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HAYES, Sam T. (b. 1913).

Interview ID: OH 0917

His experiences while employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 04/03/1993

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HAYMAN, Thomas J. (b. 1914).

Interview ID: OH 0807

His role in the development of Hamilton Park, Texas, as a residential area for African Americans during the 1950s. His relationship with Carr P. Collins and Fidelity Union Life Insurance Company; formation of Associated Construction Company and construction of housing in Hamilton Park; role of Hoblitzelle Foundation in purchasing land for home-building sites; role of Jerome Crossman and Dallas Interracial Association; selection of house building plans; loan approvals.
Date of Interview: 04/12/1989

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HAYNER, Richard (b. 1953).

Interview ID: OH 1486

His recollections about the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969, and the hippie movement in North Texas. His youth as the son of a itinerant Methodist preacher in West Texas; difficulties with his father; his description of the hippie movement; influence of The Beatles; thoughts on the demise of the hippie movement; the role of drugs in the hippie subculture; his description of activities at the Texas International Pop Festival; importance of music to the hippie movement; security at the pop festival; relations between hippies and bikers at the pop festival; activities of “Wavy Gravy” and The Hog Farm at the pop festival; the free stage at the festival; description of various groups and performers at the pop festival; his views of the achievements and influences of the hippie movement.
Date of Interview: 01/03/2003

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HAYNES, Abner (b. 1937).

Interview ID: OH 0620

His personal experiences as the first African-American athlete to integrate the previously all-white athletic program at North Texas State College, 1956.
Date of Interview:
31/05/1983 to 07/06/1983
,
14/07/1983 to 15/05/1984
,
16/05/1984 to 23/05/1984
, 23/05/1984

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HAYNES, Frederick E. (b. 1921).

Headquarters. 28th Marine Regiment. 5th Marine Division. Marine Corps veteran. Headquarters. 28th Marine Regiment. 5th Marine Division.

Interview ID: OH 1428

His experiences at Iwo Jima in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Educational background; his decision to enlist in the Marine Corps, 1941; Officer Candidate School, Quantico, Virginia, 1942; weapons and tactics instructor at Quantico, 1942-44; formation of the 5th Marine Division and his assignment to the 28th Marines, Camp Pendleton, San Diego, California, 1944; his role in amphibious training operations at Camp Pendleton and Hawaii, 1944-45; final preparations for the Iwo Jima assault; D-Day bombardment of Iwo Jima, February 19, 1945; the D-Day landings; the isolation and taking of Mount Suribachi; his description of the first flag raising on Mount Suribachi, February 23, 1945; the 28th Marines’ drive toward the north end of Iwo Jima; ground combat among caves and tunnels; combat casualties and combat stress; comments about the Japanese defenders; end of the Iwo Jima Campaign and preparations for the invasion of Japan.
Date of Interview: 19/09/2001

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HAYNIE, John (b. 1924).

76th Infantry Division. Army veteran. 76th Infantry Division.

Interview ID: OH 0838

His experiences concerning the development of the College of Music at the University of North Texas; his career as a trumpet player and instructor.
Date of Interview: 04/05/1990

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Interview ID: OH 1555

His experiences in the European Theater during World War II. His youth in West Texas during the Great Depression; his education in Cisco and Mexia, Texas; his early interest in the cornet and the influence of Robert L. Maddox; enrollment at Texas Tech, 1942; induction into the Army, May 20, 1943; assignment to the 76th Infantry Division Band, Fort Meade, Maryland; infantry training at Fort Meade, and Camp A.P. Hill, Virginia, 1943; specialized winter training, Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, 1943-44; shipment to England, December, 1944; Battle of the Bulge and his transfer to the Military Police, January, 1945; various accounts of experiences while moving across Germany; improvising creature comforts; looting; guarding German POWs; end of the war and his transfer back to the band; his postwar career as a university professor of trumpet.
Date of Interview: 10/06/2004

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HEALEY, Marie (b. 1914).

Interview ID: OH 0866

Her experiences as a vocational homemaking teacher with the National Youth Administration in Crockett, Texas, 1941, during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 18/02/1992

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HEATH, D. C. (b. 1917).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0586

His experiences while aboard the destroyer USS Monaghan during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 05/12/1982

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HEATH, Jim (b. 1927).

Interview ID: OH 1497

His experiences as a longtime resident of Denton County, Texas, 1927-2002.
Date of Interview: 25/02/2002

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HEAVRIN, Keith (b. )

Interview ID: OH 1868

For the American History: Voluntary Simplicity Oral History Project. Homesteader and simple life advocate. Childhood; military experiences in Vietnam; love of the sea; discovering the Nearings and the Simple Life; decision to homestead in Maine; memories of the Nearings and the Good Life Center.
Date of Interview: 31/07/2015

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HECHLER, Ray (b. 1919).

Marine Corps veteran.

Interview ID: OH 1437

His experiences as a member of the Marine detachment on the light cruiser USS Helena during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941; also his experiences in the Solomon Islands Campaign and the amphibious assault on Peleliu Island. Enlistment in the Marine Corps, 1939; assignment to the Helena, December, 1939; his activities during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor; his activities in the days immediately after the attack; transfer to the 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, and reassignment to the Solomon Islands, November, 1942; combat around Cape Gloucester, New Britain; his personal encounter with Colonel Eugene (“Chesty”) Puller; the Peleliu Campaign, September, 1944; his battle wound and evacuation; recuperation and return Stateside duty.
Date of Interview: 06/12/2001

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HEIDARI, Ali H. (b. 1952).

Interview ID: OH 1730

Iranian-born immigrant to Dallas, Texas, restaurant owner and real estate investor. Coming to U.S. from Tehran, Iran; driving taxi cab and working in restaurants in Dallas; acquiring his restaurant “The Old Warsaw”; meeting his wife, having three daughters; decision to come to America; living in America during the Carter Administration; his parents’ thoughts about him leaving Iran; inadequacies of the American school system; three sisters still living in Iran; final thoughts on solutions to the problems with American schools.
Date of Interview: 20/04/2011

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HEINEN, J. B. (b. 1913).

2nd Battalion. 131st Field Artillery. Texas National Guard. Army veteran. 2nd Battalion. 131st Field Artillery. Texas National Guard.

Interview ID: OH 0174

His experiences as a prisoner-of-war of the Japanese during World War II. Fall of Java and capture; Bicycle Camp, Batavia, 1942; Changi Prison Camp, Singapore, 1942; building the Burma Thailand Death Railway, 1942-44; Kanchanaburi, Thailand, 1944; liberation in Bangkok.
Date of Interview: 29/10/1973

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Interview ID: OH 0213

His experiences as an Army officer in the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 25/06/1974

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HELDENFELS, James R. (b. 1914).

Interview ID: OH 0129

His experiences as a businessman in the Coastal Bend area of South Texas, 1936-72. Business ventures of Heldenfels Brothers; shell dredging and conservation; banking interests; real estate interests; future industrial development.
Date of Interview: 05/01/1972

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HELMER, Richard (b. 1918).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0237

His experiences while aboard the seaplane tender USS Tangier during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 16/08/1974

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HEMINGWAY, George (b. 1923).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0206

His experiences at Ford Island Naval Air Station with the beaching crew during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 18/05/1974

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HENDLEY, Elizabeth. (b. ca. 1900).

Interview ID: OHB 0078

Family background; employment with Federal Reserve Board, Washington D. C., 1920; financial reverses of father’s farms and ranches; opening of gift shop, Denton, 1924; comments on Dallas suppliers; relocation of gift shop near Texas Woman’s University; description of merchandise; comments on Margo Jones; views on price markups; expansion of gift merchandise; entry into dress business; description of effects of Depression in Denton; relocation of store, 1936; assistance provided by Home Owners Loan Corporation; purchase of building near North Texas State Teachers College, 1940s; comments on competition and close of store near North Texas, 1979; views on customer preferences in clothing; comments on personnel hired for stores; civic activities; comments on buying merchandise at markets worldwide; views on competition from Golden Triangle Mall; factors contributing to successful business.
Date of Interview: 22/09/1980

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HENDON, Claude L. (b. 1919).

Interview ID: OH 0950

His experiences while employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 06/03/1994

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HENDRICKS, Jubal (b. 1920).

Navy veteran.

Interview ID: OH 0370

His experiences while aboard an officers’ gig alongside the repair ship USS Medusa during the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Date of Interview: 11/04/1977

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HENDRIX, Bobbie Lou (b. 1933).

Interview ID: OH 0939

Her recollections concerning the Crater of Diamonds and diamond mining around Murfreesboro, Arkansas.
Date of Interview: 24/01/1994

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HENRY, Florine (b. 1935).

Interview ID: OH 1655

Longtime resident of McKinney, Tex. Childhood and education in all-black McKinney schools; nursing education at Prairie View A&M College and McKinney City County Hospital; career at Ashburn Veterans Administration hospital, Cook County (IL.) Hospital; history of McKinney black community; comparison of conditions for black residents of McKinney and Chicago, Ill.; volunteer work in McKinney public schools and civic activism to improve black neighborhoods in McKinney; memories of 1948 tornado.
Date of Interview: 25/07/2007

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HENRY, Stuart (b. 1941).

Interview ID: OH 0460

His comments and observations concerning water basin development in Texas. Citizen’s Environmental Coalition; Wallisville lawsuit; Citizens Against Water Taxes (CAWT); Trinity River Barge Canal; Texas Environmental Coalition (TEC); comments about Ned Fritz, J. R. Parten, Bill Clayton, Sierra Club.
Date of Interview: 11/01/1979

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HENRY, Walter L. (b. 1918).

Interview ID: OH 0980

His experiences while employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 08/10/1993

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HENSON, Lee (b. 1922).

Interview ID: OH 1547

His experiences while employed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
Date of Interview: 15/03/2004

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