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William Farr Interview Details November 26, 1958
Summary of Topics Covered:
Sergeant Farr provides a minutely detailed account of General Marshall’s daily routine, habits, meals, etc., and his duties with respect to those. He emphasizes that Marshall’s needs were simple and straight forward and that he eschewed any special treatment.
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Forest Pogue recorded audio of this interview. The original tape and a digitized version are available from the George C. Marshall Research Library. Please contact the library to obtain a copy.
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