Marshall Shore interview, tape 1
Marshall Shore was born in Farmington, Washington in 1916 and graduated from Lincoln High School in Seattle 1934. He was enrolled at the University of Washington when he was drafted into the Army in 1940, serving as a B-17 navigator in Europe during World War II. After World War II, Shore continued to serve in the Air Force performing work with intercontinental ballistic missile installations and other bases both in the United States and abroad. Shore retired in 1972. In retirement, Shore managed farms in the Columbia Basin and worked on histories of Farmington, as well his personal and family histories.
This is tape one of two, which may also be found in this collection of oral histories.
Shore, Marshall B.; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army Air Forces
Shore, Marshall B. and Jewell, James R., "Marshall Shore interview, tape 1" (1996). James Jewell Papers. 2.
Eastern Washington University Archives and Special Collections (SPC 020-0899)