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Roy Struble reflects upon his experiences of the second world war.
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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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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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Eleanor Bliss describes many of her varied life experiences including time she spent at Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp and The Explorers Club in New York City as well as her contributions to the Steamboat Springs Arts Council.
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John Abner "Doc" Utterback Jr. describes his military experience primarily as a veterinarian and medical team member during WWII. He was stationed in Europe during the war and remained after the war as part of a medical rehabilitation team in Germany. He also tells interviewer Mary Jo Hoaglund about his veterinary practice after the war.
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In this interview Aldis Klumker talks about his family, growing up in Toponas during the Great Depression, and his U.S. Army service during World War II. He mentions owning the Skee Inn Cafe and the Town House Cafe in Steamboat Springs.
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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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In this interview with Henry Root, Robert James "Bob" Gilbert talks about growing up in Routt County, his time in the air force during World War II, and the automobile repair shop where he works as an adult. Bob also gives his opinion about the future of Routt County and Oak Creek.