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"Not in Their Best Interest" Report, 1995
Frances Matlock Material
(Frances Matlock's father was member of the US Navy stationed at Guantanamo Bay during the 1960s when Frances was a teenager. The material she provided to the Guantanamo Public Memory Project documents daily life on the base for a military family, from the community newsletters and maps to TV schedules and chapel programs. Her mother, Janet Miller, wrote a memoir of her time at Guantanamo, which is included in this material)
Sybil McClaugherty Photographs Memoir and Letters