b. 1945
New Orleans, LA

Dagmar Booth was an early adopter of technology, and has the interesting perspective of its advancement across the birth of her three daughters.  At first, the work to keep the clothes, bottles, and diapers clean was enormous.  But as microwaves, dishwashers, and disposable diapers came between each of her daughters, the work lightened.  Dagmar also was an early adopter of Atari, and she and her husband, John, stayed up late playing the video games.

Listen to John Booth’s interview here: https://storiesofelders.com/podcast/episode-4-john-wilkes-booth/

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