Collection SR 9333 - Oral history interview with Marie Gary, by Sue Seyl and George Champlin

Oral history interview with Marie Gary, by Sue Seyl and George Champlin [Sound Recording 01] Oral history interview with Marie Gary, by Sue Seyl and George Champlin [Sound Recording 02]

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SR 9333

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Oral history interview with Marie Gary, by Sue Seyl and George Champlin

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  • 1981-01-20 (Creation)

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online resource (2 audio files (42 min., 6 sec.)

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(1896-1988)

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Marie Amelia Thomason Gary (1896-1988) was born in Coos Bay, Oregon, and moved with her family to Salem, Oregon when she was 14. She worked for Mr. Cronise at Cronise Studios.

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Gary discusses working at Cronise Studios in Salem, Oregon under Thomas J. Cronise, retouching and tinting photographs.

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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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  • English

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Oral history interview with Marie Gary, by Sue Seyl and George Champlin, 1981 January 20, SR 9333, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

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Digitization funded by the James F. Miller Endowment.

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