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This interview is one of series conducted concerning the Oral History of Appalachia. At the time of the interview, Dorothy Mitchell Norwood was living in Huntington, West Virginia. She discusses: her childhood; World War I; detailed information about her travels (including small sections on the Grand Canyon, Bermuda, Central America, Mayan ruins, Europe, Australia, and some information on sandstorms); money differences between then and now; entertainment (including silent movies and vaudeville); World War II; other languages; a long section on the stock market crash and the Great Depression; her family; small sections on radio and television (including Lee DeForest and the mechanics of both radio and television); as well as other topics.
Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-767.
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Marshall University Special Collections, OH64-767, Huntington, WV.