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dc.contributorLanger, Adina
dc.contributor.authorNewberry, James
dc.contributor.otherJordan, Louvinia
dc.coverage.spatialWashington, D.C.
dc.identifier.citationLouvinia Jordan Interview, 2015-12-01, Legacy Series Oral History Program, 2013-, KSU/14/05/03/001, Museum of History and Holocaust Education, Kennesaw State University.
dc.descriptionLouvinia Jordan was born on a farm in North Carolina in 1922. During the Second World War, Jordan became a cryptographic clerk or “codebreaker” in the Signal Corps and deciphered top secret Japanese codes. After the war she married a veteran of the Pacific War and worked as a bookkeeper for a newspaper. Jordan lives in Rome, Georgia. She recorded her oral history interview at Kennesaw State University in May 2015.
dc.description.abstractOral history interview of Louvinia Jordan, home front worker during WWII.
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.subjectJordan, Louvinia.
dc.subjectWorld War, 1939-1945--War work.
dc.subjectUnited States. Army. Signal Corps.
dc.subjectWorld War, 1939-1945--Cryptography.
dc.subjectOral histories.
dc.subjectAmerican Rosie the Riveter Association.
dc.titleLouvinia Jordan Interview

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