|Item or Series Title||Gerald Graves Oral History|
|Parent Catalog Number||1991-05-001|
Gerald Graves oral history, part one
Gerald Graves oral history, part two
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An oral history from Gerald W. Graves, a former mayor of the City of Lansing. He was born in Alpena (Mich.), attended Michigan State University and the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy, and at age 24 was the youngest sea captain in U. S. history. He was elected to the Michigan State Legislature in 1950 and served as Lansing's mayor from 1969 to 1981. He was interviewed by Joanne Jager at the Lansing Public Library Local History Room on October 30, with a follow-up interview on November 12, 1990.
A transcript for this recording has not been completed.
|Collection Title||Voices of Lansing Oral Histories|
|Creator||Graves, Gerald W.|
Greater Lansing Chamber of Commerce
Lansing Public Library
|Dates of Creation||1990|
For web version
Sample Type: 22050 Hz Stereo, 32-bit
(MP3 80Kbps CBR)
Original WAV recordings are on the Local History network.
|Object Name||Oral History Recording|
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|People and Organizations||
Graves, Gerald W.
Cities & towns
Marines (Military personnel)