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    • Plenk, Bruce, Interview Two

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • This is the second of two interviews with Bruce Plenk. He opposed the Vietnam War, and was arrested for attacking the ROTC Building at University of Utah. He worked against the Canyonlands nuclear waste dump, the MX Missile, and the Nevada Nuclear...
    • Plenk, Bruce, Interview One

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • This is the first of two interviews with Bruce Plenk. Bruce Plenk opposed the Vietnam War, and was arrested for attacking the ROTC Building at University of Utah. He worked against the Canyonlands nuclear waste dump, the MX Missile, and the Nevada...
    • Lukins, Daniel

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Veterans;
    • Daniel Lukins enlisted in the US Army in 1966 and was trained in artillery as a forward observer. He served in Vietnam from January 1968 through 1969 and was based at An Khe in the 1st Cavalry Division, and was also in the Battle of Hue.
    • Downey, Lewis

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Veterans;
    • Lewis Downey was drafted into the US Army and ran a MARS (Military Auxiliary Radio System) phone patch radio station. He served in Vietnam from August 1971 to April 1972, and was based at Phu Loi.
    • Hill, Ray

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Veterans;
    • Ray Hill enlisted in the US Air Force in 1968 and served as a jet engine mechanic and as a Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the 463rd Tactical Airlift Wing Spectrum Oil Analysis Program. He served in Vietnam from 1970 through 1971, and...
    • Davis, Aaron

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Veterans;
    • Aaron Davis enlisted in the US Marines and was stationed at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, from July 1972 to May 1976. He reenlisted in the Army and was stationed at Mannheim and Kaiserslautern, Germany, and was released in 1986.
    • Iverson, Steve

    • Veterans; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Vietnam War, 1961-1975;
    • Steve Iverson was drafted into the US Army in 1970 and served in the military police. He served in Vietnam from November 1970 to January 1972 and was based first in Nha Trang and then in Buon Ma Thuot.
    • Parry, Mae Timbimboo

    • Parry, Mae Timbimboo; Washakie Indian Reservation (Utah);
    • Mae Parry gives a life sketch of herself, including her growing up years in Washakie, Utah, and in a boarding school in California. She describes her family life, adventures in their little Indian school, and being the first Indian to graduate from...
    • Silversmith, Shirlee

    • Oral history; Silversmith, Shirlee; White Mountain Apache Indians; Education;
    • Shirlee Silversmith talks about her life growing up on the White Mountain Apache Reservation where she was taught respect for nature and animals and her early life in Utah County where she lived in a foster family. She speaks about the positive...
    • Judd, Doris Okerlund

    • Judd, Doris Okerlund; Loa (Utah); Rural girls;
    • Doris Judd talks about her early years growing up in the small town of Loa, Utah and her father herding sheep for a living. She describes her tightly knit family who were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and her parents...
    • Durham, Christine Meaders

    • Durham, Christine M. (Christine Meaders), 1945-;
    • Chief Justice Christine Meaders Durham gives a brief description of her family background as well as her educational experiences of moving several times and attending high school in France. She talks about attending Wellesley College in Boston and...
    • Max Weber's Methodology

    • Weber, Max, 1864-1920; Sociology--Methodology; Religion and sociology;
    • This book is the published doctoral dissertation from the University of Strasbourg, France, of Lowell Lindsay Bennion. Published in 1933, it is significant because it is the first book-length interpretation in the English language of Weber's...
    • Howe, Harry Esmond

    • Howe, Harry Esmond, 1876-1957;
    • A black and white photograph of Harry Esmond Howe, a son of Ann Turner and Richard Howe, taken by the C.R. Savage Studio in Salt Lake City, Utah.
    • Martinsen, William, Rad, and Lee

    • Children; Martinsen, William; Martinsen, Rad; Martinsen, Lee;
    • A black and white photograph of three of the Martinsen children, identified as William, Rad, and Lee. Two of the children are posed on a wicker chair with a fur, and the oldest is standing.
    • House with wood and wire fence

    • Provo (Utah); Houses; Dwellings--1880-1940;
    • A brown wooden house with a sparse fence made of thin pickets with wire horizontally attached. A lady is seen walking on the right near a telephone pole. 2nd West dirt road in front, with 5th North and part of Christensen's coal seen in background...
    • Center Street Bridge

    • Provo (Utah); Streets--Utah;Bridges; Viaducts;
    • A car driving over the bridge built on Center Street to go over the train tracks. Bridge is white with street lights along each side leading into Provo City. The bridge is still there, without the lights.

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