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dc.contributor.authorNewberry, James
dc.contributor.otherMcCubbin, Bettye
dc.coverage.spatialKansas City, Kansas
dc.coverage.spatialGeorgia
dc.date.accessioned2017-09-18T20:59:25Z
dc.date.available2017-09-18T20:59:25Z
dc.date.created5/21/2015
dc.identifierksu-14-05-03-001-03002
dc.identifier.citationBettye McCubbin Interview, 2015-05-21, Legacy Series Oral History Program, 2013-, KSU/14/05/03/001, Museum of History and Holocaust Education, Kennesaw State University.
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11360/2199
dc.descriptionBorn in 1921, Bettye McCubbin grew up in Kansas City. She left college to work for the United States Employment Service and later got a clerical job with Pratt & Whitney, a manufacturer of airplane engines. After the war McCubbin wrote for the Kansas City Star and married her high school sweetheart, a World War II pilot. They moved to Georgia in 2004. McCubbin recorded her oral history interview at Kennesaw State University in May 2015.
dc.description.abstractOral history interview of Bettye McCubbin, a home front worker during WWII.
dc.format.mimetypevideo/mp4
dc.language.isoen_US
dc.relation.ispartofhttp://archivesspace.kennesaw.edu/repositories/4/resources/308
dc.rightsThe digital reproductions on this site are provided for research consultation and scholarly purposes only. To request permission to publish, reproduce, publicly display, broadcast, or distribute this material in any format outside of fair use please contact the Museum of History and Holocaust Education or the Kennesaw State University Archives.
dc.subjectMcCubbin, Bettye.
dc.subjectUnited States Employment Service.
dc.subjectWorld War, 1939-1945--War work.
dc.subjectRosie the Riveter (Symbolic character).
dc.subjectOral histories.
dc.titleBettye McCubbin Interview
dc.typevideo


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