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MWCoh-0439-2 (Side A) (Cars/Dr. Bull/Clubs)

Titles: Cars/Dr. Bull/Clubs. Also talks about The 1918 influenza pandemic. Also talks about the performance theater and movie theater in Grand Junction. Talks about cars pre 1920s. Talks about…

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MWCoh-0068 (Side A) (School/Homemaking/Fruita)

No name or descrption given for audio from Museum of Western Colorado. Title: School/Homemaking/Fruita

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Byron L. Akers for Colorado Reflections

Byron Akers the owner of the Colorado Car Museum and the Ghost Town in Colorado Springs reflects on his long time obsession with automobiles. Akers was born in Denver and moved to Colorado Springs…

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Oral history interview with John L. Lawler and Jerome M. Seracuse

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Oral history interview with Ike and Elaine Steele 1985 April 23 (Part 2)

Mr. Steele tells of his father moving from Provo Utah to Mesa in 1876 where he homesteaded and eventually owned a restaurant. He recalls that his family had livestock including dairy cows and that he…

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Oral history interview with Charles Innes Robson and Clara Phelps Robson 1979 June 14

Mr. and Mrs. Robson along with the interviewer Charles Mitten discuss some of the first automobiles in Mesa Arizona. They reminisce about who owned what car and what the roads were like. They also…

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Oral history of Ralph Openshaw 1982

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…

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Oral history interview with Mason W. Davis 1980 October 6 (Side B)

Davis describes his childhood in Mesa Arizona where his family settled in the late 1800s. He discusses his schooling and recalls several businesses in downtown Mesa.

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For the record. Export Import Bank & Flood Control, 1967 August 29

Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions from Colorado constituents during a segment of his For the record radio program on August 29, 1967 in Washington, D.C. Sen. Dominick discusses…

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