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Elisabeth Schnackenberg describes her life in Germany during and after World War I. She goes on to tell about her family's immigration to the United States and eventual settling in Steamboat Springs.
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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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The history of the Red Light District in Brooklyn, Routt County is described by Bob Swinehart, Dorothy Wither, and Anton Kline.
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Carl Ramunno talks about his time in the Army, and how he ended up in Steamboat Springs coaching high school wrestling and football.
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Carl Ramunno talks about his life before coaching wrestling in Steamboat Springs, and reminisces about his time as a coach and students that he remembers.
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Ian Payton and Debbie Hazelbaker talk about their experiences providing support for gifted children and adults with various learning abilities.
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Judy Walden, Roger Reynolds and Karyn Doughty talk about their experiences providing support for gifted children and adults with various learning abilities, as well as touch upon the students they mentor who are interested in the same field of work.
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Susan George talks about her experience providing support for gifted children and adults with various learning abilities.
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Larry Kaminski describes his football career and community contributions he and members of his beer distributing company made to Steamboat Springs in this interview with Tanna Brock, John Weber, and Greg DeRosa.
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Margaret Rossi is interviewed by Mark Mccoy on the trials and tribulations of pioneer life.
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Bob Swinehart is interviewed about his experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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Dorothy Wither is interviewed about the town of Brooklyn, Routt County and the women of Ill repute that lived there.
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In this interview with Dany Gandoly and Tanna (Eck) Brock Elisabeth Schnackenberg describes her life in Germany during and after World War I. She goes on to tell about her family's immigration to the United States and eventual settling in Steamboat Springs.
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Marvin Crawford talks about the Steamboat Springs ski area and Mount Werner, formerly known as Storm Mountain.
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Carol Finnoff discusses her childhood, family, and experiences of traveling to Spain, France, and India.
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In this interview with Bill McKelvie, Troy Keller and Kent Fletcher, Roger Butler describes his experiences growing up in Routt County and the time he spent in the United States Army during World War II. He mentions how he went AWOL numerous times without getting caught and his participation in the campaign in Italy during World War II. Roger also talks about some of his hunting and fishing experiences in Routt County.
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Bill McKelvie and a student interview Angelo Iacovetto and his wife Helen for the Winter 1988 issue of Three Wire Winter about growing up and working in Routt County.
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Carl Ramunno recounts his life and discusses coaching wrestling for Steamboat Springs High School.
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Gertrude Campbell talks about her days of teaching in Steamboat Springs.
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Roger Butler describes his experiences growing up in Routt County and the time he spent in the United States Army during World War II. He mentions how he went AWOL numerous times without getting caught. Upon returning to Routt County after the war, Roger held jobs with the US Forest Service and the Routt County Assessor's Office. Roger's wife, Lucille, (a frequent accomplice in his AWOL escapades) talks about her teaching career in one room schools...