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Oral history interview with Dorothy Thornton, by Nancy Hawver [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. Thornton discusses her family background, her father's involvement with the Tillamook Creamery Association, her childhood and education, her art and art collecting, her husband, Robert Y. Thornton, a trip to Europe in the 1930s, the Depression, high school sports, Bob's political career, her involvement in the creation of the Tillamook County Library, raising a family, their activities during World War II, and her involvement in various art organizations.

Thornton, Dorothy, 1913-2005

Oral history interview with Dorothy Thornton, by Nancy Hawver [Sound Recording 09]

Tape 5, Side 2. Thornton discusses her family background, her father's involvement with the Tillamook Creamery Association, her childhood and education, her art and art collecting, her husband, Robert Y. Thornton, a trip to Europe in the 1930s, the Depression, high school sports, Bob's political career, her involvement in the creation of the Tillamook County Library, raising a family, their activities during World War II, and her involvement in various art organizations.

Thornton, Dorothy, 1913-2005

Oral history interview with Don Kielblock, by Judy Hartman [Sound Recording 02]

Tape 1, Side 2. In this interview conducted by Judy Hartman in January 13th, 1988, Don Kielblock, long-time manager in various roles, discusses planning and early operations at Trojan nuclear power plant, protests, community response, employee relations, early jobs, union affairs, and changes in company culture and society.

Kielblock, Don F., 1941-

Oral history interview with Don Kielblock, by Judy Hartman [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. In this interview conducted by Judy Hartman in January 13th, 1988, Don Kielblock, long-time manager in various roles, discusses planning and early operations at Trojan nuclear power plant, protests, community response, employee relations, early jobs, union affairs, and changes in company culture and society.

Kielblock, Don F., 1941-

Oral history interview with Arthur Olmstead, by Judy Hartman [Sound Recording 02]

Tape 1, Side 2. In this interview conducted by Judy Hartman on January 20th, 1988, Arthur Olmstead, Trojan nuclear plant manager discusses nuclear regulatory environment with Nuclear Regulatory Commission the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, safety planning, decision making, evaluations, national comparisons, media and politics, and staff management.

Olmstead, Arthur, 1939-

Oral history interview with Arthur Olmstead, by Judy Hartman [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. In this interview conducted by Judy Hartman on January 20th, 1988, Arthur Olmstead, Trojan nuclear plant manager discusses nuclear regulatory environment with Nuclear Regulatory Commission the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, safety planning, decision making, evaluations, national comparisons, media and politics, and staff management.

Olmstead, Arthur, 1939-

Oral history interview with Tim Bracy, by Judy Hartman [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. Bracy discusses his career with Portland General Electric working as security supervisor at Trojan Nuclear Power Plant and as manager of Health and Safety Services. He also discusses the relationship PGE has with the Portland community. Tape stops abruptly, see transcript for complete interview.

Bracy, Tim

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