Oral Histories: H

Oral Histories "H"

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    Hayes, Jennifer
    Interviewed May 22, 1997

    Jennifer A. Hayes, an employee at Harry S Truman National Historic Site since its inception, discusses the park's development, physically and organizationally.

    Interview Not Transcribed

    Jack Hill
    Jack Hill

    Hill, Jack
    Interviewed July 17, 2003

    Mr. Hill was a longtime Independence resident. He discusses the development of the area and life in and around Independence.

    Interview Not Transcribed

    Edgar Hinde Jr.
    Edgar Hinde, Jr.

    Hinde, Edgar Jr.
    Interviewed July 16, 2003

    Edgar Hinde, Jr. was a longtime acquaintance of the Truman family. Mr. Hinde was a retired Independence postmaster. During the 1940s he was a special delivery mail carrier and delivered letters on most Sundays to Bess from HST.

    Interview Not Transcribed

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    Hunt, Elizabeth
    Interviewed May 27, 1997

    Mrs. Hunt's family was friends of Harry and Bess Truman for over forty years and were neighbors for twenty-three of those years. She discusses changes to the neighborhood after Truman became president.

    Interview Not Transcribed


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