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These are a part of a series of interviews which Diana Parnicza conducted in the course of her project concerning Appalachian caregivers. Anna Priestley (referred to in the interview as Caregiver #13) discusses: her family and diseases they've suffered; detailed information about caring for her husband, who suffered a stroke; a series of true/false questions about her family; some of her own health problems; other people who help her care for her husband; Medicare; stories about her husband and her family; a discussion of their economic situation; some discussion of taking care of her mother after she had a stroke, which started in elementary school, and other topics as well.
Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-477.
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Marshall University Special Collections, OH64-477, Huntington, WV.