An interview with Frances L. Zeluff
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- 1993 August 13
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Text (typescript, 55 leaves); Sound (cassette)
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Topics indexed: American Tunaboat Association, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, canneries and Canners Association, appearance before Senate and National Tariff Commission, change from pole fishing to seining, Columbia River Packers Association, Commission on Import and Export Policy, communist threat in the 1950s, letter to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, environmentalists, fishermen's union, Italian fishermen, Japanese tuna lobby and threats to tuna industry, loss of tuna industry and sacrifices of fishermen, market for tuna in the 1950s, Portuguese fishermen, nylon nets and Puretic Power Block, technology and fishing, Tuna Import Act of 1958, Ways and Means Committee, Tuna Fishermen's Wives Emergency Committee, women in fishing industry and as volunteers in politics, women' fishing lobby, and Women's Propeller Club. Also indexed: Lester Balinger, Mary Barrett, W.T.M. Beale Jr., Flora Brown, Harold Cary, Dr. Wilbert Chapman, Nila Collini, San Diego Mayor Charles Dail, George Dew, Senator Clare Engle, Fohey family, Angie Giacaloe, Betty Gonzales, Max Gorby, Oakley Hall, Betty Hamblin, William C. Herrington, Herbert Hoover Jr., Betsy Diamond Kenworth, Ross Leffler, Donald M. Lyon, Jack I. Martin, Donald McKernan, Neil Morgan, Anthony Nisotitch, Vice President Richard Nixon, John Royal, M.B. Steward, O.R. Strachbein, Laura Tocca, Nick Trutanic, Congressmen James Utt and Bob Wilson, Gilbert Van Camp, John Wansley, and the Zeluff family.
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