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This footage is an oral history of Susan Ahn Cuddy, who was born in Los Angeles and the first Korean American woman in the U.S. Navy. he is the daughter of Dosan Chang Ho Ahn and Helen Ahn, prominent Korean independence activists. Cuddy and her family were one of the first Korean families in Los Angeles. Cuddy joined the navy in 1942 and went on to become a lieutenant. She later worked at the Office of Naval Intelligence, the National Security Agency, and the Library of Congress. She attended San Diego State College and graduated with a degree in sociology in 1940.
Asian Americans--History Korean Americans Biography Emigration and immigration Korean American civic leaders United States. Navy Women An, Ch'ang-ho, 1878-1938 Cuddy, Susan Ahn, 1915-2015 United States. Navy
Los Angeles (Calif.) Bunker Hill (Los Angeles, Calif.)
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