Oral history interview with Joseph Wallace Malcolm, [sound recording] / interviewed by June Holmes, 1990. 1990.

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Malcolm, Joseph Wallace, 1918-,. Oral history interview with Joseph Wallace Malcolm, [sound recording] / interviewed by June Holmes, 1990.

Oral history interview with Joseph Wallace Malcolm, [sound recording] / interviewed by June Holmes, 1990. 1990.

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