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Jack H. Hughes Interview May 15, 2008.

Author: Jack H Hughes; Elleigh DeMers
Series: General Oral History Collection.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Jack H. Hughes Interview conducted by Elleigh DeMers May 15, 2008 in Helena, Mont. In this interview Mr. Hughes discusses his childhood, attending school, Amelia Earhart, his cousin Myrna Loy, joining the United States Army in December 1941, his service overseas in New Guinea, malaria, logging, and his career in construction, mining, logging, and driving truck.
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Interviews
Named Person: Jack H Hughes; Amelia Earhart; Myrna Loy; Myrna Loy; Amelia Earhart
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack H Hughes; Elleigh DeMers
OCLC Number: 276948167
Notes: Interviewed by Elleigh DeMers May 15, 2008 in Helena, Mont., as part of the Montana Historical Society's General Oral History Collection.
Interview conducted as partial fulfillment for HIS150 Montana History, University of Montana-Helena, Mont.
Description: sound recording 1 cassette.
Series Title: General Oral History Collection.

Abstract:

Jack H. Hughes Interview conducted by Elleigh DeMers May 15, 2008 in Helena, Mont. In this interview Mr. Hughes discusses his childhood, attending school, Amelia Earhart, his cousin Myrna Loy, joining the United States Army in December 1941, his service overseas in New Guinea, malaria, logging, and his career in construction, mining, logging, and driving truck.

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