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Michaud, Thelma Irene (McGraw), 1920-1996



  • Existence: 1920-1996

Thelma Irene "Tim" Michaud (née McGraw) was born on July 18, 1920 in North Platte, Nebraska. From 1942-1952 she worked as a stewardess with United Airlines (UAL), and during that time was based out of Chicago, Illinois; Denver, Colorado; Los Angeles and San Francisco, California; and Salt Lake City, Utah. McGraw flew one million miles with UAL, and was a stewardess on the airline's inaugural route to Hawaii. McGraw eventually became the Assistant Chief Stewardess in the U.S. Western Region. Jerry Michaud and Thelma McGraw were married in 1952. McGraw died in Fullerton, California on June 30, 1996.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Desiree "Jerry" Clifford Michaud and Thelma Irene McGraw Papers

Identifier: 2016-11-01
Abstract Jerry Michaud (1924-1982) Michaud served in the United States Navy during World War II as a Naval pilot in the Pacific Theater. Thelma McGraw (1920-1996) She worked as a stewardess with United Airlines (UAL). The collection contains textual materials, black-and-white photographs, and ephemera associated with their 1942-1952 naval and commercial airline careers, respectively.

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