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Oral history interview with Jeanne M. Radow, by Robert Watts
- 1978-03-15 (Creation)
online resource (2 audio files (1 hr., 3 min., 22 sec.)
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Jeanne Michaels Radow (1921-2013) went to Bennington College and the Yale School of Nursing. She served in the Army Nurse Corps in the Philippines at the end of WWII. She eventually settled in Lake Oswego, Oregon, where she became a founder of the first Planned Parenthood in Portland, Oregon. During her retirement, she served as a docent for the Portland Art Museum.
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Radow discusses her involvement with Planned Parenthood, birth control, abortion, sex education, her early life in New York, serving in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II.
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Creative Commons - Attribution, Non-Commercial, ShareAlike (BY-NC-SA) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
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Oral history interview with Jeanne M. Radow, by Robert Watts, 1978 March 15, SR 9029, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.
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