Cuttalossa Road Walk
Oct 16th @ 2pm
Mills, Beauty and Hard Times
An informative and leisurely walk down the historical Cuttalossa Road hosted by Solebury Township Historical Society volunteers. Free for members. For more information on the walk see our Upcoming Events
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Old Carversville Road History and Nature Walk
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Interviewee: Joan Stack Date of birth/age at interview: 1929/63 Interviewer: Frederica Leighton, radio host of “Focus” Interview date: about March 1992 Interview location: unknown Interview length: 24 minutes Time span discussed: 1975 to 1992 Summary: Joan Stack is interviewed by … Continue reading
Interviewee: James A. Michener Date of birth: February 3, 1907/78 Interviewer: Joan Stack Interview date: 1985 Interview location: Mercer Museum Interview length: 23 minutes Time span discussed: 1930s to 1985 Summary: WBUX’s Joan Stack interviews James A. Michener upon his … Continue reading
Interviewee: Margaret Mullen Root Date of birth/age at interview: August 28, 1910/about 77 Interviewer: Joan Stack Interview date: about 1987 Interview location: Conti’s Cross Keys Restaurant Interview length: 26 minutes Time span discussed: 1926 to 1987 Summary: Maggie talks to … Continue reading
Interviewee: Charlotte Schatz Date of birth/age at interview: January 6, 1929/49 Interviewer: Lydia Quill and photographer Sharon Donarum Interview date: summer 1978 Interview location: Schatz studio Interview length: 46 minutes Time span discussed: her artistic life up to 1978 Summary: … Continue reading
Interviewee: Carol Barany Date of birth/age at interview: November 10, 1935/43 Interviewer: Bruce Lazarovich Interview date: June 19, 1978 Interview location: unknown Interview length: 13 minutes Time span discussed: her career, 1966 to interview Summary: This short interview of Carol … Continue reading