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The Port of Los Angeles

Interviewee Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation Collection
Kaylynn Kim

Oral history interview with Kaylynn Kim. 

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
David Freeman

Oral history interview with David Freeman.

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Jerilyn Mendoza

Oral history interview with Jerilyn Mendoza. 

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Joe Radisich

Oral history interview with Joe Radisich. 

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Leonard Pitt

Oral history interview with Leonard Pitt. 

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Martin Cox

Oral history interview with Martin Cox. 

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Marifrances Trivelli

Oral history interview with Marifrances Trivelli. 

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Nancy Call

Oral history interview with Nancy Call. 

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Charles Queenan

Oral history interview with Charles Queenan.

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project
Joan Milke Flores

Oral history interview with Joan Milke Flores.

Unknown Los Angeles, CA The Port of Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles Centennial Oral History Project

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