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Tag Archives: Hargens (Charles Jr.)
Interviewee: Brenda Meredith Date of birth/age at interview: July 6, 1918/95 Interviewers: Kathy Stein and Jack McMillian Interview date: Sept. 5, 2013 Interview location: Meredith home Interview length: 1 hour, 36 minutes Time span discussed: 1960s to 2013 Summary: Brenda Meredith reflects … Continue reading
Interviewee: Marian Jensen Barford Date of birth: unknown Interviewer: Joan Stack (WBUX radio show host) Interview date: September 17, 1986 Interview location: Conti’s Cross Key Inn, Doylestown Interview length: 23 minutes Time span discussed: 1986 Summary: This radio interview is … Continue reading
Name of interviewee: Edwin (Ned) Harrington Date of birth/age at interview: April 12, 1920/85 Interviewer: Rhonda Heffern Interview date: Feb. 4, 2005 Interview location: Carversville Christian Church Interview length: 54 minutes Time span discussed: 1930s to 2005 Summary: Ned gives … Continue reading
Host: Robert. L. Green Topics/featured residents: Bucks County, Lumberville, Carversville, New Hope/Charles Hargens, Raymond Granville Barger, Tom Tinsman, George Nakashima, William Smith, David Burpee, James Hayden Smith, Pat and Richard Whitman, Marjorie Content Toomer, Mary and Patrick Fowles, and the … Continue reading
Name of interviewee: Edward W. Redfield Date of birth/age at interview: December 1869/93 Interviewers: Charles Hargens, Jr., Harry Leith-Ross, John Richardson Interview date: February 20, 1963 Interview location: Redfield home, Centre Bridge Interview length: 46 minutes Time span discussed: 1887 to … 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