Mary Ann Shughart

Interview of Mary Ann Shughart by Carolyn Osborn for the Cumberland County Historical Society. Shughart discusses her life including her experiences during World War II while her husband, Dale F. Shughart, was serving in the military.

Mary Ann Shughart in 1965
Mary Ann Shughart in 1965

The Shughart Family
Judge Dale Shughart, Dale Shughart Jr.,
Mary Ann Shughart and Barbara Shughart

Citation:
Carolyn Osborn , "Mary Ann Shughart, July 17, 2002," in the Elizabeth V. and George F. Gardner Digital Library, http://gardnerlibrary.org/stories/marianne-shugart, (accessed Month Day, Year).

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