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Everett Hepp is interviewed by Claus Naske on July 30, 1982 in Friday Harbor, Washington

Author: Everett W Hepp; Claus-M Naske
Series: Alaska Court System History tapes
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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ORAL HISTORY 82-68-07. Judge Everett Hepp talks about where he was born, his parents, moving to California with his family, attending Berkeley, passing the California Bar exam, moving to Alaska in 1941, working in Sitka, Mildred Hermann offering him a job, monitoring government contracts in Fairbanks, Steve McCutcheon, attending army boot camp, working in intelligence at Fort Shafter, Dorothy Hepp, sailing from
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Everett W Hepp; Harry O Arend; Frank Chapados; William A Egan; Vernon D Forbes; Dorothy Hepp; Mildred Robinson Hermann; David Luce; Steve McCutcheon; Robert McNealy; Buell A Nesbett; Harry Emerson Pratt; Harry S Truman; James A Von der Heydt
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Everett W Hepp; Claus-M Naske
OCLC Number: 794596295
Event notes: Recorded in Friday Harbor, Washington on July 30, 1982.
Description: 2 sound cassettes (60 min.) : analog.
Series Title: Alaska Court System History tapes

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ORAL HISTORY 82-68-07. Judge Everett Hepp talks about where he was born, his parents, moving to California with his family, attending Berkeley, passing the California Bar exam, moving to Alaska in 1941, working in Sitka, Mildred Hermann offering him a job, monitoring government contracts in Fairbanks, Steve McCutcheon, attending army boot camp, working in intelligence at Fort Shafter, Dorothy Hepp, sailing from Honolulu to San Francisco, learning to fly, what Fairbanks looked like in the 1940s, his appointment by Harry S. Truman as an assistant U.S. District Attorney, passing the Alaska Bar examination, the territorial judicial system in Alaska, district judges appointed for four years, Harry E. Pratt, Vernon Forbes, assembling grand jury every four months, the types of crimes they handled, nightclubs and the red-light district in Fairbanks, working in private practice, Governor Bill Egan appointing him a Superior Court judge in 1959, how mental illness cases were handled, statehood, Robert McNealy, Frank Chapados, Harry Arend, how district court judges were selected, judge training in New Jersey, calendaring, the backlog of cases when the state courts were started, Dave Luce, Justice Buell Nesbett, and Judge von der Heydt.

ORAL HISTORY 82-68-08. Judge Everett Hepp talks about the development of a public defender system, Anchorage, Buell Nesbett wanting to install recording devises in the courtrooms, appellate court judges, and the split between older and younger lawyers

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