|Title||Oral History of Jean Coleman|
|Scope & Content||Jean Coleman, born Jean Spangler, was born in Fremont, Nebraska, and moved as a young girl with her family to Mill Valley in 1937. In her oral history, Jean remembers her childhood with friends, attending schools and church, and belonging to the Campfire Girls. Amidst the backdrop of World War II, Jean's mother died and her father moved away, leaving her with a relative and friends. After graduation from Tamalpais High School, she attended College of the Pacific, met and married her husband, Bruce Coleman, then traveled and lived abroad as well as in Mill Valley. Jean worked as a librarian in many Marin schools, and together with Bruce raised two sons, Steven and Joseph.|
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|Dates of Creation||2014-03-11|
|Narrator's name||Coleman, Jean|
|Extent and Medium||
Coleman, Joseph Paul
Old Mill School
Tamalpais High School
World War II
|Copyrights||Transcript and recording copyright Mill Valley Public Library, 2014. Materials are made available for research purposes only; all rights are reserved to the Mill Valley Public Library. Requests for permission to quote for publication or for any other usage must be obtained from the Library.|