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Charles Hargens, Jr. – 2
Interviewee: Charles Hargens, Jr. Date of birth/age at interview: August 30, 1893/85 Interviewer: Melouche, Subers (first names and organization unknown) Interview date: Oct. 5, 1978 Interview location: Hargen’s studio Interview length: 19 minutes Time span discussed: His life and career … 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
Charles Hargens, Jr. – 1
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: George Nakashima Date of birth/age at interview: May 42, 1905/79 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: September 11, 1984 Interview location: Nakashima Studio Interview length: 1 hour, 30 minutes Time span discussed: 1920s to 1984 Summary: A long interview with … Continue reading
Interviewee: Elizabeth Lawrie Date of birth: unknown Interviewer: Lorrie Petrov Interview date: June 13, 1985 Interview location: Lawrie’s home, Old Mill Road, New hope Length: 46 minutes Time span discussed: 1949 to the time of the interview Summary: Elizabeth was … Continue reading