Oral History Interview with E. H. Hartleib, April 9, 2003

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Interview with E. H. Hartleib, a gunner's mate technician who served on the USS Bonhomme Richard during the Vietnam War. Hartleib answers questions regarding his time in the service, including his clearance to work with nuclear weapons. He also elaborates on his training, his duties in the military, what he thought of the war, etc.

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Ferguson, Kirby & Hartleib, E. H. June 9, 2003.

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Lee College was established as a two-year Junior College in 1931 by the Goosecreek Independent School District, in Baytown. It was created to provide an educational opportunity for students who could not afford it otherwise.

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Interview with E. H. Hartleib, a gunner's mate technician who served on the USS Bonhomme Richard during the Vietnam War. Hartleib answers questions regarding his time in the service, including his clearance to work with nuclear weapons. He also elaborates on his training, his duties in the military, what he thought of the war, etc.

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Oral History Interview with E. H. Hartleib, April 9, 2003

Interview with E. H. Hartleib, a gunner's mate technician who served on the USS Bonhomme Richard during the Vietnam War. Hartleib answers questions regarding his time in the service, including his clearance to work with nuclear weapons. He also elaborates on his training, his duties in the military, what he thought of the war, etc.

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Ferguson, Kirby & Hartleib, E. H. Oral History Interview with E. H. Hartleib, April 9, 2003, text, June 9, 2003; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth845211/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lee College.