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Grandmother Grateful for Opportunity to Visit Husband's Grave for Memorial Day During COVID-19

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Grandmother Grateful for Opportunity to Visit Husband's Grave for Memorial Day During COVID-19

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Jo Ann of Blanchard, Oklahoma visited her husband's grave on 05/26/2020. She was taken by her grandson and his girlfriend to visit his grave. Before the restrictions of COVID-19 set in March, Jo Ann had visited her husband's grave almost daily for over five years. Since the restrictions of the pandemic, she had only visited three times. She said she was very grateful to be able to spend some time with her husband who had been a veteran in the Korean War. Jo Ann said she was looking forward to this pandemic ending so she could resume her normal visits. Submitted for the #ruralvoices collection. Contributed by Clinton P. Roberts, curatorial intern for Arizona State University, HST 580.
Contributor tags: #ruralvoices, #rural, #cemetery, #elderly, #publicspaces

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05/28/2020

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06/09/2020
06/22/2020
09/15/2020
02/04/2021

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05/26/2020

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This item was submitted on May 28, 2020 by Clinton P. Roberts using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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