Interview with Harry Brown

Description

Interview with Harry Brown about his family, childhood, and education in Kansas City, Missouri, working for the William Volker Company, and later being joining the civilian war effort by working for North American Aviation and Technicraft assembling and inspecting aircraft and aircraft components at their Fairfax Airport facilities. Mechanical aspects of the job and test flights are discussed in detail. He also discusses his day-to-day life as an adult, his rejection from the draft, and the 1951 Flood.

Transcription
Object Type
Video Recording
Interviewee
Interviewer
Length
1:12:58
Country
Digital Object Identifier
JCHS-VHP-Brown-Harry
Notes
Interview consists of two videos: the first contains the bulk of the interview, and second consists of Brown sharing photos and ephemera from his life.
Acknowledgement
This project was funded in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library.
Owning Organization(s)
Shelf Location

Veteran's Oral History Project, VHP-VHS-001

Use & Reproduction

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Disclaimer
This oral history recording is presented as a historical document of the recollections and opinions of persons living and/or working in Kansas City when the history was conducted. Minor edits have been made to remove pauses, interruptions and verbal tics, and the recording is otherwise verbatim as it was captured. These oral histories represent the thoughts and opinions of the original participants and do not reflect the views of the Kansas City Public Library or its partner organizations in this oral history project.