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Oral histories

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

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

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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...

Oral history interview with Ronald Ullery and Donald Ullery, 2002 January 22

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Identifier: DCL2002.009
Overview Ronald and Donald Ullery reminisce about growing up in Sedalia, Colo. They talk about their parents and other Ullery family members that lived in Douglas County, as well as other people who were in the community. They describe early businesses and ranches in the Sedalia area, and recall the flood of 1965 and the damage that it caused, including destroying their family home. They detail growing up in a close-knit family in Sedalia, as well as the supportive and nurturing environment the small...

Oral history interview with Thomas Fallbach, 2002 November 27

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Identifier: DCL2002.093
Overview Fallbach describes his experiences while living in Sedalia, Colo., including losing his home in a fire, and various experiences of being a member of the West Douglas Fire Dept. for 20 years. He also reminisces about growing up in suburban Chicago, and his early exposure to dog training while in high school. He recalls his training and experiences in diving while in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II, including his firefighting training while assigned to the USS Klickitat refueling...