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Sound / Frank Hagen oral history interview

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Title
Frank Hagen oral history interview
Alternative Title
Model Colony oral history collection
Creator
Ontario City Library
Wheeler, Leonard
Date Created and/or Issued
1979-07-03
Contributing Institution
Ontario City Library, Robert E. Ellingwood Model Colony History Room
Collection
California Revealed from Ontario City Library, Robert E. Ellingwood Model Colony History Room
Rights Information
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Description
On side one of this recording, Archivist Leonard Wheeler of the Model Colony History Room talks with local resident Frank Hagen about his life and experience as a United States diplomat. He met his future wife, Connie, in the Philippines and married in 1946. Mr. Hagen talks somewhat about his activities in Ontario near the end of side one. On side two, Mr. Hagen and Mr.Wheeler talk with Mr. Hagen's brother-in-law William B. Efonda who was involved in business and commerce in the United States and in the Philippines. The transcript only covers a short discussion between Mr. Hagen and Mr. Wheeler when the topic is Ontario. The remainder of the recording was not transcribed.
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California Preservation Service
Type
sound
Format
Copy
1/8 inch audio cassette
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
https://archive.org/details/con_000106
Language
English
Place
Ontario (Calif.)
Provenance
Ontario City Library
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