Joan L. Henthorne
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At the time of the interview, Mr. O'Brien was seventy-four years old and his wife, Winifred, was sixty-nine. They have spent most of their lives in Ripley, West Virginia, where Mr. O'Brien taught mathematics, practiced law, and in 1973, was president of the Jackson County Historical Society. Mrs. O'Brien is a retired school teacher. Mr. O'Brien discusses family history, childhood recreation, and his experiences as a teacher and attorney. Mrs. O'Brien discusses her education and childhood.
Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-20.
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Marshall University Special Collections, OH64-20, Huntington, WV.