VIETNAM WAR Curt Bovee Curt was a medic who helped treat some of the first POWs released back to the U.S. Full Transcript I decided to enlist because at the time I thought it was the right thing to do. I’m kinda patriotic. I’ve seen some of the protesters and how they treated some of… Read More
VIETNAM WAR George Stockton George discusses how his team stayed hidden during a large force Vietnamese attack. Full Transcript And I can remember our team sergeant looked around and he says, “Gentlemen, they told us that Vietnam “was gonna be dangerous,” he said. “But I sure thought we’d last longer than a week.” I joined… Read More
VIETNAM WAR Tom Cushing Tom Cushing fixed radios for aircraft’s on Bien Hoa Air Base. Cushing wasn’t allowed to leave base so he spent much of his deployment working, playing the guitar and recording rocket attacks. Full Transcript [Tom] We used to record rocket attacks, so you’d hear: I was in the Air Force, I spent… Read More
VIETNAM WAR Hank Cramer Harry G. Cramer, Hank Cramer’s father, was the first soldier to die in the Vietnam War. Cramer discusses how losing his father in the war helped him shape his own military career. Full Transcript One day it occurred to me that my father was a better father in death than many fathers… Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY James Anderson Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with James Anderson, a chemist at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation from 1961-2012. Anderson worked in Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY Robert Heinman Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with Robert Heinman, he began his Hanford career as a security manager shortly after the… Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY Barbara Brown Tayler Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with Barbara Brown Taylor, her father was a landscape architect in the early days of… Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY Catherine Borden Finley Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with Catherine Borden Finley, a resident of White Bluffs, a town that ultimately became Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY Steve Buckingham Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with Steve Buckingham, a chemist during his career at Hanford. More Hanford History Stories Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY Virginia Sather Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with Virginia Sather, a Hanford support staff member for roughly 40 years. More Hanford Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY Mary Esther Lippold Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with Mary Esther Lippold, an early resident of Richland. More Hanford History Stories Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY C.J. Mitchell Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with C.J. Mitchell, who moved to the Tri Cities with his family from Texas to… Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY William T. Tyler Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with William T. Tyler, a Health Physics Technician during his time at the Hanford… Read More
OUR HANFORD HISTORY Gordon Kaas Northwest Public Broadcasting and the Hanford History Partnership produced a series of stories from people who lived and worked in the Richland area during the Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s operational years. In this episode we speak with Gordon Kaas, who’s family was evicted from White Bluffs, Wash. in order to begin… Read More
Psychiana “Psychiana”, was a mail order religion that preached the New Thought Movement. In 1928, Dr. Frank B. Robinson created “Psychiana” in Moscow, Idaho. Full Transcript [Narrator] Moscow, Idaho was home to the largest mail-order religion in the world. A religion that promised to teach how to harness the invisible power of God, or your… Read More
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