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Title Dan Kramer
Collection Oral History Collection
Object Name Transcript
Year Range from 1975
Year Range to 1985
Narrator's name Kramer, Dan
Interviewer Marshall, Rene
Description Transcript of Dan Kramer oral history as interviewed by an unknown teenaged female circa 1980.

Dan Kramer, interviewed by an unknown teenaged female circa 1980. Dan Kramer describes his family's businesses, his high school days, his military service in Germany and France, and how Issaquah has changed.

In this interview with an unknown teenaged female recorded circa 1980, Dan Kramer describes:

Page 1: How his family immigrated from Yugoslavia, and how he has lived in Issaquah for 65+ years;

Page 2: His family's businesses - coal miners, Red & White grocery store and the Coast to Coast hardware store, and how
he attended Issaquah schools;

Page 3: His high school days, and how he served during the war in Germany and France;

Page 4: What Issaquah was like during the war, and how Issaquah has changed.
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Subjects Business History
Businesses
Education
Grocery Store
Immigrants--Austro-Hungary
Issaquah High School
Miners, Coal
Mining
Red & White Store
Students
World War II
People Kramer, Daniel E.
Kramer, Frank
Kramer, John Lewis, Jr.
Kramer, John Lewis Sr.
Kramer, Frances Strnard
Catalog Number 2007.012.002t
Transcriptionist Miller, Penny