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Zella Mae Williams describes her career as a teacher in early 20th century Routt County.
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Richard Soash talks about why he choose politics as a profession, the duties and responsibilities that came along with that decision, and potential future bills he hopes to help pass.
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Forrest Warren describes his childhood and early adulthood in rural Nebraska and his adult life as a rancher in the Elk River Valley.
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Richard Soash describes his experiences growing up in rural Routt County focusing on his education. He goes on to talk about changes in society and people's reactions to change.
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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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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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Minnie Hertzog is interviewed by Melanie Grillo about her life and 50-year career as a schoolteacher in Northwest Colorado.
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Forrest Warren and Ruth Warren are interviewed by Shaunna Lewis and Bill McKelvie about their early lives in Nebraska and their ranching experiences in Routt County.
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Perley Green and his wife, Bonnie Green, talk about their ranching life in rural Routt County in this interview with Russ Snowden, Tami Castle, and Bill McKelvie. Perley also explains his hunting guide and outfitter business.
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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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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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Zella Mae Williams is interviewed by Betty Dawson, Kalli Sanders and Tanna Brock about her life as a Routt County Teacher in the early 20th century.
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Zella Mae Williams is interviewed by Betty Dawson, Kalli Sanders and Tanna Brock about her life as a Routt County Teacher in the early 20th century.
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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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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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Minnie Hertzog talks about her life and 50-year career as a schoolteacher in Northwest Colorado.
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Nancy Gray talks about growing up in Steamboat Springs in the 1950s and 1960s, her 49-year career as a ski instructor at Steamboat Ski Resort after ski racing in her youth, teaching and coaching young swimmers, and the importance of the downtown hot springs to herself and her family.
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Perley Green talks about his experiences as a Routt County rancher, a hunting outfitter and a coal miner.
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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...
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Joseph Remo "Shorty" Hamidy describes his early life in Oak Creek, Colorado, and working in a mine and a lumber yard. Shorty goes on to explain his experiences as proprietor of Hamidy Hardware.