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Margaret Rossi is interviewed by Mark Mccoy on the trials and tribulations of pioneer life.
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Bill Hall is interviewed by Terry DelliQuadri about the sport of Orienteering.
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Bill Hall describes the sport of orienteering.
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Ardys Brookshire describes her thirty year career as a telephone operator.
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The 15th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Chuck & Jan Harrington, Eleanor Bliss, Margaret Rossi, Bill Hall, Si Lockhart, Dr. Earl Smith, Gertrude & Walt Webber, Keith Selbe, and Ardys Brookshire as well as a featured article on Stephens College/Perry Mansfield.
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In this interview with Cathy (Klebba) Hutchinson and Tanna (Eck) Brock, Keith Selbe shares memories about experiences he had growing up in Kansas and stories about his life after he moved to Steamboat Springs. Anne Selbe adds details to Keith's story.
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Keith Selbe explains how the Dust Bowl/Great Depression led to his migration with his wife, Anne, to Routt County where he established his cattle ranch and worked for Continental Oil Company (now Conoco).
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Eleanor Bliss describes her experiences as a student and a riding department assistant during the early years of Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp. Chuck Harrington explains the curriculum at the camp during the years that Stephens College owned Perry Mansfield.
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Margaret Alice (Chamberlain) Rossi talks about the trials and tribulations of being a pioneer woman. Includes a biscuit recipe from Mrs. Alva Jones.
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Features a letter written by Kay DeKraayaka Eva Waterhouse, a photograph of Charles Sandelin and his wife at Cripple Creek, Colorado in 1892, and a poem by Margaret Rossi.
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Gertrude Webber talks about her husband Walt and the livelihoods they made for themselves in Routt County and how that led them to bring the first television to Steamboat, as well as create a Steamboat Christmas tradition.
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Features a photograph of the 1981-82 Three Wire Winter staff and a letter from the editor by Terry DelliQuadri.
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Dr. Earl Dean "Pinky" Smith talks about being a Veterinarian in Steamboat Springs, and his love for animals. Also includes the poem "Mountains" by Anna Bowie May.
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Interview with Keith Slebe for the Winter 1982, issue of Three Wire Winter. No transcript or description available due to poor quality of audio file.
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Ardys Brookshire is interviewed for Winter 1982 issue of Three Wire Winter. No transcript or description available due to poor quality of audio file.
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Si Lockhart describes his life as a rancher and auctioneer during the Great Depression and Dust Bowl of the early twentieth century.
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Dr. Earl Dean "Pinky" Smith talks about being a Veterinarian in Steamboat Springs, and his love for animals.