Special women honored for work during...

Special women honored for work during WWII

There are 1 comment on the Times-Herald story from Sep 24, 2007, titled Special women honored for work during WWII. In it, Times-Herald reports that:

“John was a paratrooper, and he really never talked about it either.”

Thelma Stephens will never forget the day her sister was injured at "the fuse plant" in Macon. via Times-Herald

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#1 Nov 21, 2007
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