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Wisconsin State Journal, "Barbara Crabb to be U.S. judge," 5/19/79, page 1A
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Wisconsin State Journal, "Barbara Crabb takes federal judge's oath," 11/27/79
Wisconsin State Journal, "Isolation is hard to take, judge says, 10/15/81
Wisconsin State Journal, "Judge Crabb accustomed to controversy," May 7, 1989, page 3B
U.S. District judge
Barbara Crabb's husband, Ted, was the director of the Wisconsin Union at the UW-Madison from 1968 until he retired in 2001.
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1973: Gerald Ford is confirmed as vice-president by the U.S. Senate, succeeding Spiro Agnew.
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