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Interviewee: Grant Emery Date of birth: circa 1890 Interviewer: Randall Murray of the Allentown Morning Call Interview date: unknown, estimated 1970 Interview location: Easton, near the Lehigh dam (probably at the National Canal Museum) Interview length: 59 minutes Time span … Continue reading
Interviewee: Lester Trauch Date of birth/age at interview: August 26, 1906/70 Interviewer: Florence Schaffhausen, unknown woman Interview date: September 15, 1976 Interview location: unknown, possibly the newspaper offices Interview length: 1 hour, 1 minute Time span discussed: 1930 to 1978 … Continue reading
Interviewee: Rita Ann Vorhees Abbott Date of birth/age at interview: 1920/ 64 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: August 1, 1984 Interview location: Durrant home Interview length: 1 hour, 16 minutes Time span discussed: 1920 to 1940 Summary: Rita, one of … Continue reading
Name of interviewee: James Magill Date of birth/age at interview: July 4, 1912/73 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: August 6, 1985 Interview location: New Hope Interview length: 45 minutes Time span discussed: 1920 to 1985 Summary: In this first of … Continue reading
Interviewee: Nora Grimison and Jill Karhumaa Date of birth/age at interview: Nora: 1931/82, Jill: 1934/79 Interviewer: Pamela J. Blake Interview date: June 27, 2013 Interview location: Lathrop family home in Phillips Mill Interview length: 1 hour, 17 minutes Time span … Continue reading
Interviewee: Calvin Cooper Date of birth/age at interview: 1916/70 Interviewer: Rita Durrant Interview date: March 7, 1986 Interview location: Cooper home on Aquetong Road Interview length: 1 hour, 28 minutes Time span discussed: 1920s to 1986 Summary: Calvin’s family were … Continue reading