Eleanor Gamble James oral history interview, November 15, 1975

Eleanor Gamble James oral history interview, November 15, 1975
Eleanor Gamble James describes her life as the favorite niece of Secretary Stimson and as the wife of a Navy admiral. She relates personal experiences in visiting with and traveling with Stimson in New York, the Philippines, post WWI Europe, and Great Britain. As wife of Admiral James she relates experiences pertaining to their life in WWII Bermuda and Charleston, S.C.; post WWII Italy; and peacetime duty at Annapolis and Washington, D.C. Individuals discussed include Henry Stimson, Theodore Roosevelt, Felix Frankfurter, William Howard Taft, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Princess Yalanda of Naples, Italy.
November 15, 1975
Original Format
oral histories
10cm x 6cm
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Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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