Interviews | September 01, 1994
An Interview with Linda Hogan
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Interviewer: Can we begin by talking about your background — where you grew up and the things that you did?
Hogan: My family is from Oklahoma, near Ardmore. My father had a job driving a woman to Denver and he ended up staying there. He met my mother and they got married and I was born in Denver. At that time my father was a carpenter. He later went into the military to feed us, so we did some travelling around.
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