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We regret to inform you that because of the Coronavirus Health Crisis we are canceling the March 29th Sips. We are offering either a refund by check or a raincheck for your choice of any of the 3 of next year’s Sips. “Bonfire” will be included in the choices. Please email your choice to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of March. We will mail your check to the address you gave when you ordered your tickets on Paypal.
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Interviewee: Dorothy Hayman Redfield (sometimes interpreting for her husband Laurent) Date of birth/age at interview: Dorothy: August 27, 1901/85; Laurent: December 12, 1899/86 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: April 2, 1987 Interview location: Redfield home in Doylestown Interview length: 1 … Continue reading
Name of Interviewee: Edward W. Redfield (Dorothy Redfield, his daughter-in-law, and Virginia Lippincott also present) Date of birth/age at interview: December 1869/93 Interviewer: Robert H. Lippincott, for Bucks County Realtor Magazine Interview date: March 4, 1963 Interview location: Redfield home, … 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
Name of interviewee: Charles Hargens, Jr. Date of birth/age at interview: August 30, 1893/91 Interviewer: Glenna Lang Bye, Ranulph Bye Interview date: June 19, 1984 Interview location: Hargens studio in Carversville Interview length: 55 minutes Time span discussed: 1905 to … Continue reading
Interviewee: Ranulph Bye Date of birth/age at interview: June 17, 1916/69 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: January 26, 1986 Interview location: Bye home in Holicong Interview length: 1 hour Time span discussed: 1920s to 1980s Summary: This recording is not … Continue reading
Interviewees: Anne Goodell Lathrop (Sally Nimick also present) Date of Birth/age at inteview: Anne: 1902/83 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: November 4, 1985 Interview location: Lathrop home at Phillips Mill Interview length: 55 minutes Time span discussed: 1920s – 1930s … Continue reading