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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Use for: Annals

Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:

Oral history interview with Elizabeth "Bette" Saunders, 1992-1993

Identifier: DCL1993.003
Overview In this 3 part interview, Bette Saunders describes her memories of growing up and living in Douglas County, Colorado. Highlights of the different interview segments are: Part 1: Bette talks about her parents' families, the Gilberts and the Noyes, and early memories of growing up as a child,attending school (Cherry School and later high school in Castle Rock), and her experiences up until the end of World War II. Part 2: Bette continues her family's history, and also provides a view of what the...
Dates: 1992-1993

Oral history interview with Florence Beeman Campbell, Louise Beeman Hier, 2001

Identifier: DCL2001.037
Overview In this 2 part interview, Florence and Louise reminisce about growing up in Sedalia, living with their grandparents, deaths of Beeman family members, and their hard-working mother who continued to care for the family after her husband died at an early age. They recall community events popular in Sedalia, e.g. Thanksgiving Ball, and the 4th of July celebration, as well as many of the families and residences in Sedalia. They describe meeting their husbands, various work experiences (Remington...
Dates: 2001

Oral history interview with John and Betty Rhodes, 1996

Identifier: MHM2005-027-043-1
Overview This oral history interview was conducted simultaneously on videotape as raw footage. Selections were made for the video presentation.
Dates: 1996; Digitization: 2006 March

Oral History Interview with Laura Alexander, 1981 December 17

Identifier: PPLDoh-iv-1
Overview Interview with Laura Alexander from the Pikes Peak Library District Oral History Project.
Dates: 1981 December 17; Digitization: 2006 August 5

Oral history interview with Lin Werner, 1977 May 18

Identifier: MSM97-217
Overview Werner, an important civic leader in Mesa, was born in Harrisonburg, Virginia, in 1901. He came to Mesa in 1925 when the J.C. Penney Company transferred him. Werner talks about his career with Penney's in Mesa and in Burbank, California. He discusses his civic activities in Mesa where he was elected mayor in 1936. He also served on the Chamber of Commerce Board and in Rotary Club. Werner gives detail about the development in Mesa including building parks and recreation venues, improving...
Dates: 1977 May 18; Digitization: 2006 March

Oral history interview with Ray Killian, 2006 March

Identifier: MHM2005-027-020-1
Overview Killian recounts his childhood in Concho, Arizona, where his parents owned Concho Mercantile Company. He describes his schooling in Thatcher, Arizona, his successful studies, and the opportunity he was given to train in the banking industry. He talks about his activities in the Mormon Church, including a mission to Hawaii, his experiences as a banker during the Great Depression, and his early married life with his wife, Jesse Ellsworth. Killian tells about moving to Mesa in 1935; he describes...
Dates: 2006 March

Oral History Interview with Robert Scott, 1978 April 27

Identifier: B098.12.0010.00005
Overview Talks about duties as PR director of Natioal Jewish Hospital, research and studies being done, history of the organization.
Dates: 1978 April 27

Oral History Interview with Trinidad J. Granillo

Identifier: UTEP102-4
Overview Tigua Indian discusses tribal history, customs, and way of life.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Oral history of Eva Watson Johnson Quist, 1987 April 3

Identifier: MHM2005-027-031-1
Overview Johnson gives an account of her family's move to Arizona in 1925 to benefit her mother's health. Her family settled on 10 acres on Broadway Road, near the Mormon Temple, where they farmed and raised chickens. She talks about her father, Charles Watson, who was a talented actor and singer. She also tells the story of her mother, Irene Watson, starting Watson's Flowers, a longtime family-owned business in Mesa. Quist tells of training as a registered nurse, taking care of her mother before she...
Dates: 1987 April 3; Digitization: 2006 March

Oral history of Ralph Openshaw, 1982

Identifier: MHM2005-027-026-1
Overview Openshaw gives an account of life in Mesa, Arizona, where his family moved in 1902. Openshaw was one of the founders of the United Dairymen of Arizona, which helped establish the dairy industry in Arizona. He mentions some of the local businesses, and talks about recreation and the value of a dollar in earlier times. He also describes transportation and freight operations in Mesa in the early 20th century.
Dates: 1982; Digitization: 2006 March