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Jessie Moss: Georgia Girl

Jessie Moss describes the appeal of living in a boardinghouse with people from all over the United States during World War II.

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Jessie Moss: Wartime Wedding

Jessie Moss describes her December 1942 wedding.

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Edith Bond: Grand Central Station

Edith Bond describes her experience changing trains at Grand Central Station in New York on the way to Northampton, Massachusetts, where she would begin officer's training school in the Navy.

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Henry Ahola: Georgia Connection

Henry Ahola recounts how even before he was briefly stationed in Georgia during World War II, he had visited his uncle's home in the southeast region of the state.

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Earline Gaither: Clothing for Work

Earline Gaither describes the clothing she had to wear while working at the Willow Run manufacturing plant during World War II.

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Louvinia Jordan: Returning Home

Louvinia Jordan describes her depature from Washington, D.C. after World War II.

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Louvinia Jordan: Changing Attitudes

Louvinia Jordan discusses the impact of the Second World War on southern attitudes towards the North.

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Jane Tucker: One Jewish Family

Jane Tucker discusses the commonplace anti-Semitism present in her hometown.

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Jane Tucker: "Damn Yankees"

Jane Tucker discusses her perception of people from the north prior to World War II (ADULT LANGUAGE WARNING).

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