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Tag Archives: Buckingham Friends
Interviewee: Erika Oeschler Luitweiler Date of birth: 1925 Interviewer: unknown Interview date: circa 1978 Interview location: unknown Interview length: 27 minutes Time span discussed: 1930 until 1978 Summary: Erika was a New Hope-Solebury art education teacher who turned her hand to … Continue reading
Interviewees: Nora Lathrop Grimison and Jill Lathrop Karhumaa Date of birth/age at interview: Nora: 1931/82, Jill: 1934/79 Interviewer: Pamela J. Blake Interview date: June 20, 2013 Interview location: Lathrop family home in Phillips Mill Interview length: 1 hour, 7 minutes … Continue reading
Name of interviewee: Emily Leith-Ross Date of birth/age at interview: March 18, 1901/85 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: December 10, 1986 Interview location: Leith-Ross home at Pennswood Village Interview length: 1 hour Time span discussed: 1914 to 1980s Summary: Emily … Continue reading
Interviewee: James Magill Date of birth/age at interview: 1912/74 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: January 27, 1986 Interview location: Magill home or office in New Hope Interview length: 43 minutes Time span discussed: 1915 to 1986 Summary: The interview covers Jim’s … Continue reading
Speaker: Rhoda Renschler Occasion: speech to the Solebury Farmers Club Speech date: March 4, 2006 Speech location: Solebury Friends Meeting House conference room Speech length: 47 minutes Time span discussed: 1806 to late 1800s Summary: Rhoda Renschler is a life-long Quaker and … Continue reading
Interviewee: Edward Fell Date of birth/age at interview: April 2, 1917/90 Interviewers: Sally Jagoe, David Benner Interview date: October 19, 2007 Interview location: Fell residence Interview length: 84 minutes Time span discussed: Late 1920s through war, later years to 2000 … Continue reading