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Transcript of interview with Lydia Berry by Kathy Zeller, February 22, 1979






Lydia Berry, born in Missouri in 1914, is interviewed by Kathy Zeller about her experiences as a worker for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Berry discusses her progression from being a teacher in Kansas City to moving to Los Angeles and then to Las Vegas, where she worked at Nellis Air Force Base and then eventually to the Fish and Wildlife Service. She also mentions some of the operations of the Wildlife Service as well as her concerns over animal life and natural resources.

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Lydia Berry oral history interview, 1979 February 22. OH-00191. [Transcript]. Oral History Research Center, Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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