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- SIE 2-4-t034_t042
Interviews were conducted with Agnes Stuen on July 2, 1979 in Seattle, Washington and on May 6, 1980 in Tacoma, Washington. The interviews contain information on her family background, employment history, and the early days at Pacific Lutheran University, marriage and family, and Stuen Hall. The interview was conducted in English. John Stuen also contributed to the May 6, 1980 interview.
From left: Mrs. Munson, Mrs. Tobiason, Mrs. A.W. Ramstad, and Mrs. M.T. Hokenstad. All were former presidents of Pacific District Women's Missionary Federation of former Evangelical Lutheran Church. Anna Myklebust Tobiason is among those interviewed for the New Land, New Lives: Oral History Collection at Pacific Lutheran University.
- SIE 2-4-t049_t050
This interview was conducted with Julius Tollefson on May 7, 1981 in his Tacoma home. It contains information on family background, emigration, Scandinavian organizations, employment, family, and Norwegian heritage. The interview also contains two articles about Julius and his life experiences from the Tacoma News Tribune (December 2, 1979 and January 1, 1984). Also see Judith Tollefson. The interview was conducted in English.
- SIE 2-4-t129_t130
This interview was conducted with Carl Tweiten on January 25, 1982 in Tacoma, WA. It contains information on family background, return to Norway, emigration, occupation, and Norwegian heritage. The interview also contains an article from a Norwegian publication, which includes a photograph of Carl, and photographs of a painting of the Tweiten home in Norway and Carl at the time of the interview. Also see Martha Handeland and Anna Hopen. The interview was conducted in English.