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OH141 Dorothy Fielder Oral History

Dorothy Fielder Oral History

Collection Title: Jackson Purchase Oral History Project – World War II

Series Number: OH141

Interviewee: Fielder, Dorothy

Interviewer: Parrent, Jay

Date interviewed: December 5, 1997

Processed by: Benjamin J. Drake

Date processed: October 29, 2011

Description: 1 sound disc (7 minutes)

Abstract: Dorothy Fielder details her experiences during the Second World War. She explains her time at the hosiery mill in Princeton, Kentucky. The interview concludes with her memories of life in Princeton during the war and her feelings on significant figures and events.

Biographical / Historical note: Dorothy Fielder was born in Henshaw, Union County, Kentucky in the early 1920s. During the Second World War she worked in a hosiery mill in Princeton, Kentucky.

General information: No user access to original recordings. Use audio user copies, digital derivatives, transcripts, and/or tape indexes. This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code). Permission for reproduction must be requested from Murray>State University.

Subject Headings / Descriptors:

Fielder, Dorothy

World War, 1939-1945 – Kentucky – Princeton.

Princeton Hosiery Mills (Princeton, Ky.)

Henshaw (Ky.)