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An interview with Dorothy Burgess, who worked for Southern Pacific in Sacramento, California from 1943-1945 during World War II. Burgess worked in the Sacramento Shops as a rivet heater, drill press operator, and sweeper in Car Shop 9 (Freight Cars).
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