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Bill Mack is interviewed about a bear entering his camp while on a hunting trip. Another anonymous individual recounts a series of proverbial sayings.
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Bill McKelvie and Tanna Brock reminisce about their experiences managing the Three Wire Winter magazine project that was offered to Steamboat Springs High School students from 1975 to 1988.
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Bud and Jane Romberg discuss their move to Steamboat Springs in 1966 for Bud to take a teaching job at the Steamboat Springs High School, his 40-year tenure on the Old Town Hot Springs Board, and Jane’s entrepreneurial enterprise, The Lunch Box, the pool’s first food service.
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Clarence and Ruth Wheeler talk about early life in Columbine and Routt County, Colorado.
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Eileen Allen discusses moving to Steamboat in 1978, her marriage to native resident Lon Allen, raising their children, and the many community organizations she’s been involved with, including fund-raising efforts beginning in 2016 for a $10 million dollar renovation and expansion of the Old Town Hot Springs facilities in downtown Steamboat Springs.
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Interview with Elsie Bertha Franz. No transcript available due to poor quality of audio file.
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Ernest "Dude" Todd discusses some of his experiences as a Routt County law enforcement officer and city manager for the city of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
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Frank Harrison talks about serving in the Calvary during World War I, working in a coal mine, and life as a horse and cattle rancher on his ranch near Hayden, Colorado.
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Gene Cook talks about his experience as headmaster of the Lowell Whiteman School in the 1960's.
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George Ray Tolles discusses the early years of the Yampa Valley College, later the Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs Campus. Teachers, student life, and curriculum are discussed, as are current events.
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Gertrude Juel, a journalist for the Steamboat Pilot, talks about living in the rural community of Columbine, Colorado since 1936.
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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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Cory Guire is interviewed by Nathaniel Ethridge and Bill McKelvie about his life in Routt County and his many hobbies.
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Beulah Combs is interviewed by Tanna (Eck) Brock, Sheryl Zulian, Barbara Muhme, and a boy named "Carter" about the art of tatting.
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Beulah Combs is interviewed by Tanna (Eck) Brock, Sheryl Zulian, Barbara Muhme, and a boy named "Carter" about the art of tatting.
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Bill Higbee is interviewed about scrimshaw, the whaler folk art of carving ivory or bone.
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Grace Luekens is interviewed about her family history and their involvement in the Steamboat Strawberry Boom, featuring the Remington Berry.
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Lloyd Williams is interviewed about the Steamboat Springs Strawberry Boom.
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Ralph Heberlee is interviewed by Jill Lockhart and Judy Seligson about his various work experiences before and after he moved to Steamboat.