B.J. Erenberg Interview, 1979
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Ms. Erenberg's home-Benson, MN.
War and society; Women Airforce Service Pilots (U.S.)
In this interview, B.J. Erenberg discusses life during World War II. Ms. Erenberg was involved in the Women's Air Force Service Pilot (WASP) during the war. B.J. earned her pilot's license in Morris, MN before moving onto WASP. Her duties entailed ferrying new planes from factory to embarkation points.
University of Minnesota, Morris Archives
Erenberg, B. J., "B.J. Erenberg Interview, 1979" (1979). World War II: The Home Front in West Central Minnesota Oral History Project. 22.
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