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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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Richard Henry Gilbert describes his experiences in the Philippines prior to and during the early part of World War II. He also explains his life in a Japanese prisoner of war camp.
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Art Adams describes his experiences working in agriculture and mining in Routt County.
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Brigadier General Robin Olds discusses his 30 year career in the military and his thoughts on the Vietnam War.
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Local residents Heinz and Ruth Schirr describe their experiences living in World War II Germany and immigrating to Steamboat Springs.
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George Sauer reflects on his career in education and discusses his role as superintendent.
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Albert Hitchens and three of his adult children describe the 1884 origins of the Hitchens family ranch and life as a ranching family. The Hitchens are the longest continuous ranching family in Routt County. The family operated the post office in Pool, Colorado and later in Milner, Colorado.
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Aldis Klumker describes his early life in rural Routt County and his time in the United States Army during the Pacific campaign in World War II. After the war Aldis had many jobs around Routt County including owning two cafes, Skee Inn Cafe and Town House Cafe. His interest in softball was recognized by the City of Steamboat Springs which named Klumker Field in his honor.
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Robert James "Bob' Gilbert describes his upbringing in Routt County and Denver. After serving time in World War II, Bob retured to Oak Creek where he worked on automobile bodies and repairs.
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Bob Swinehart discusses his life in Routt County as part of a pioneer family.
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Del Scott describes his banking career and explains numerous aspects of the United States monetary system. He tells about his family and his plans for retirement.
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John Abner "Doc" Utterback Jr. talks about his military experiences in Europe during WWII and his veterinary practice in Routt County.
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In this interview Gordy Wren talks about the early history of ski jumping in Steamboat Springs. He describes his experiences and mentions many local skiers who competed with him.
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In this interview with Bridgett Kelly, Gordy Wren outlines his experiences as a ski jumper and slalom skier including his participation in the 1948 Winter Olympics. He talks about the early ski area development on Mount Werner. He describes his children and their interest in skiing.
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Katherene Davis Harwig talks about owning and operating Harwigs Saddlery and Western Wear.
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Marie Stender is interviewed by Letha Mack and Julie Lewis and tells about tells about her hardships in Germany during World War I, emigrating to the United States, and life on a Routt County, Colorado farm.
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Interview of George Sauer from his high school days through him being a student, then a teacher, a principal, and superintendent of school districts in Colorado.
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Katherene Davis Harwig is interviewed by Kirk Williams and Tanna Brock about the history and management of Harwigs Saddlery and Western Wear.
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Bob Swinehart is interviewed by Bill McKelvie, Jolene (Stetson) Linke and Curtis Laisle about his long life in Routt County.
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Art Adams is interviewed by his grandson, J.D. Adams about growing up and working in Routt County. Art's wife, Veronica, briefly participates in the interview as well.