An interview with Harold F. Cary
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- 1988 November 19
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Text (typescript, 39 leaves); Sound (cassette)
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Topics indexed: American Tuna Boat Association, Benson Lumber Company, Lou Brido, Campbell Machine Company, Wilbert Chapman and the University of Washington, El Nino, foreign competition in the fishing industry, Jack Gorby, Inter-America Tropical Tuna Commission, log rafts, Lynch Shipbuilding Company, Anthony Martinolich, Medina family, the Medina Panel, observers on tuna boats, porpoises and the Porpoise Rescue Foundation, Shockey Boiler Works, steel vessels, tuna boats and the tuna industry, trade unions for fishermen, United States Tuna Foundation, Van Camp Sea Food Company, and women in the fishing industry.
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