Ester Irene Sundvik Oral History Interview 1981.

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Ester Irene Sundvik Oral History Interview 1981.

This interview was conducted with Ester Sundvik on September 29, 1981 in Vancouver, Washington. It contains information on family background, emigration, employment, marriage and family, and moving to the West Coast. The interview was conducted in English.

1 sound cassette.

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