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Oral history interview with Michael Linquata (SOH-035)

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Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-035)

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In this interview, Michael L. Linquata, a 1950 graduate of Suffolk University, reflects upon his experiences during World War II as well as his experiences as a student and trustee of Suffolk University. In the first part of the interview, Mr. Linquata discusses his early life in Gloucester, Massachusetts and his military service during WWII as a combat medic in Europe and later as a prisoner of war after his capture by the German Army. The second part of the interview focuses on his post-WWII experiences back in the United States, including his time as an undergraduate at Suffolk University during the 1950s, his accomplishments as a Suffolk University trustee, and how Suffolk University prepared him to take on leadership roles in his community.

Interview Date

2008

Publisher

Suffolk University

City

Boston

Subject Headings

Suffolk University—History, World War 1939-1945

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Oral history interview with Michael Linquata (SOH-035)

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