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Title Oral History of Patricia Fleming
Collection Oral History
Scope & Content Patricia Johnson Fleming was a long-time resident of Mill Valley. In her oral history, Patricia vividly describes daily life in Mill Valley from 1923 onward, including her experiences attending local schools, stories about local residents and shops, and the fun and entertainment everyone enjoyed. Patricia provides personal recollections of the devastating 1929 fire in Mill Valley and discusses the effects of the Depression and World War II. With depth and detail, Patricia ranges over the landscape of Mill Valley and describes how the town - and society - has changed over time.
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Dates of Creation 1979-06-05
Narrator's name Fleming, Patricia
Interviewer Mosher, Carl
Extent and Medium Transcript: 35pp
Recording: 01:40:38
Search Terms Abrams, Rita
Allen, Harry
Allen, Howie
Allen, Winnie Bridge
Barnard, Jean
Bowie, Ruth White
Bridge, Arthur
Bridge, Barbara
Bridge, Frederick
Bridge, Henry
Bridge, Marjory Farquar
Cameron, Dorothy Bridge Fleming
Clubs
Depression (economy)
Fires
Fleming, Dennis
Fleming, William
Guilds
Johnson, Carol
Johnson, Dorothy Bridge
Johnson, Herbert
Larkspur Rose Bowl
Long, Carol Johnson
Outdoor Art Club
Redwood Guild
Sunny Hills
Swearingen, Mary Elizabeth
Tamalpais High School
White, Mabel Jane
World War II
Wright, Richard
Object ID 1979.010.001
Object Name Recording
Copyrights Transcript and recording copyright Mill Valley Public Library, 1979. 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.