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Issue #23, Winter 1987 - Three Wire Winter Collection

The 23rd issue of Three Wire Winter includes a dedication to the memory of Dorothy Wither, interviews with Jim "Moose" Barrows, Dave Whittlesey, Stan Whittemore, Eleanor Bliss, Janet DeGroff, Lorraine Arkind, Lloyd Monger, Mike Barry, Jupiter and Barbara Jones, and feature articles on The Arts and Humanities Center, Quilting, Dr. Frederick Willett, the Chief Theater, and the Steamboat Powder Cats.

Table of Contents
Jim "Moose" Barrows: "Every kid has dreams -- my dreams were the Olympics."
Dave Whittlesey and the High Wire Ranch
Steamboat's Old Depot: The Arts and Humanities Center
Happiness is Quilting: Jane DeGroff and Lorraine Arkind
The Country Doctor: Dr. Frederick Willett
Lloyd Monger: "I've done my share of the work ever since I can remember."
It was the Largest Theater in Northwest Colorado, the Chief Theater
Steamboat Powder Cats: They came from all over to ski with us.
Oral Histories from Issue #23, Winter 1987
  • Issue #23, Winter 1987 - Eleanor Bliss Interview
    Issue #23, Winter 1987 - Eleanor Bliss Interview