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Herb Oscar Anderson, Voices of Vista, 1966 (14:12)
. . . Hilda, do you find the deprived children tend to be deprived mentally, too? . . .
[Description by Uncle Ricky]
VISTA - Volunteers In Service To America was one of the Great Society government
programs to "win the war on poverty." This exhibit features 3
Otis Redding, Paul Simon and The Byrds are also featured with musical selections. Best guess: These programs were produced in 1966.
Voices of Vista also features actual Vista Volunteers who thought they could make a difference. Wouldn't we all like to know what happened to these Volunteers In Service to America? Did they have great success and/or much happiness in their later lives, as a reward for their good deeds?
And what happens if you write to "Box A, Washington, D.C." today? I mean, Box A sounds so very important.
Herb Oscar Anderson passed away January 29, 2017. He was 89.
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