Oral history interview with Henrietta McIntyre, part one

Collection:
Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project
Title:
Oral history interview with Henrietta McIntyre, part one
Creator:
McIntyre, Henrietta G., 1924-
Contributor to Resource:
Buzzell, Marsha Priest
Publisher:
Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project, Houston County Public Library System
Date of Original:
2012/2015
Subject:
Warner Robins (Ga.)--History
Tornadoes--Georgia--Warner Robins
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company
Religion--Georgia--Warner Robins
Warner Robins (Ga.)--Politics and government
Women city council members--Georgia--Warner Robins
Halls of fame--Georgia--Warner Robins
Location:
United States, Georgia, Houston County, Warner Robins, 32.61574, -83.62664
Medium:
oral histories (literary works)
Type:
MovingImage
Description:
Oral history interview with Henrietta McIntyre, the first female mayor of Warner Robins, conducted by Marsha Priest Buzzell as part of the Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project. The project was sponsored by the Warner Robins Rotary Club and Flint Energies.
Henrietta McIntyre is introduced -- McIntyre describes moving to Warner Robins -- McIntyre describes moving into Ziegler Apartments -- McIntyre describes the tornado of '53 -- McIntyre describes the town's reaction to the tornado -- McIntyre talks about working at Southern Bell -- McIntyre describes the city barn -- McIntyre describes Sacred Heart church -- McIntyre describes becoming the first female city counsel woman -- McIntyre mentions other women who subsequently became council women -- McIntyre talks about moving from council woman to mayor -- McIntyre discusses what makes the citizens of Warner Robins come together -- McIntyre talks about being inducted into the city's hall of fame -- McIntyre gives advice for the next generation
Metadata URL:
https://dlg.usg.edu/record/hlp_wroh_mcintyre001
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/wroh/id:mcintyre001
Language:
eng
Extent:
1 interview : 26:00 minutes
Original Collection:
Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project, Houston County Public Library System
Holding Institution:
Houston County Public Library System
Rights:
Rights Statement information

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