“We lived in a North Hall Hampton Inn. It had been converted. We did all of our training at Smith College but we lived at the Inn and had wonderful food. They had, I think they had regular people working there because we had wonderful food. The…

“I was patriotic. People were patriotic back then. People loved their country and they were patriotic and were really afraid that we were going to lose it because we had, we were fighting two wars... People really cared about what happened and I…

“I really enjoyed that job in a way. It was, a lot of the streets were paved and I did social work on a bicycle. It wasn’t my bicycle, my boss let me use her bicycle. Well you get in a sandy place and try to ride a bicycle. I had to get off and…

“They put us on the midnight shift and you had, it was at the shipyard and we weren’t close to the shipyard and we had to ride one bus and change buses in the middle of town and everything was blacked out. There was not a sight of light anywhere…

“When Pearl Harbor was bombed, I was in college. It was Sunday afternoon and we were studying for final exams and one girl came running down the halls saying ‘the President has – Pearl Harbor’s been bombed and the President has declared…

"Listen, two of my brothers were, I guess people would call them tramps. They got on trains, and they would catch a train and they were not riding in a regular seat. They were riding probably in the boxcar and went all over the country. One of them…