Marion Maras Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
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Marion Maras discusses his Croatian and Slovak ancestry and growing up in Ronald, Washington. He discusses his father’s work in the Northwestern Improvement Company No. 3 Mine and Patrick’s Mine and his own work in the Patrick's Mine and the No. 9 Mine. Maras describes the differences between the two mines and the operations and buildings at the No. 9 Mine.
Maras speaks as well about his wife, Doris (Jaderlund) Maras. Her family's history (the Jaderlund family) is included here. Please see the Doris Maras Interview for more information.
Marion Maras participated in World War II as part of the 75th division artillery. The cover image features an article in the Northern Kittitas County Tribune, November 8, 2001, about Maras' involvement in the war.
Maras, Marion, "Marion Maras Interview" (2002). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 64.
Oral history, Coal mining, World War II--History, Immigrants--United States--History
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