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Holsinger, Edith
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TitleHolsinger, Edith
ContributorsInterviewer: Boice, Jill.
Oral History Collection DescriptionIn the early 1970s, local historian Charlene Tresner first established a Fort Collins oral history project to collect the memories of people residing in Fort Collins and Larimer County.The Fort Collins Local History Archive has nearly 400 oral histories in the collection; nearly 350 of these interviews have verbatim transcripts with one copy on hand for research at the Archive and another copy available for checkout at the public library. Though the audio recordings are not available for listening at this time, an online audio digitization project is planned for the future.
KeywordsEdith Holsinger; Frank Madden; Mary Wilcoxon; Anna Madden; Mr. McHand; Mr. Morrison; Clara Collier; Stella Lee; Grace McNeece; George McCormick; Jim McCormick; James Hays "Joe" Holsinger; Kid Austin; Thane Shureman; Mrs. Lauerman; Mr. Knapp; Saracander (?) brothers; Paul Holsinger; Floyd Holsinger; Lloyd Holsinger; Dr. Sadler; Mrs. Brewster; Keith Holsinger; Mr. Sheldon; Floyd Liggett; Roy Liggett; Myron Akin; Mr. and Mrs. Mac Pherson; Kitty Smith; Clikk Smith; Mr. Peacock; Cordie Wilson; Mr. Arglesby; Mr. Cumey; Billy Stover; Josie McNey; Edgar Burgess; Mabel Burgess; Dr. and Mrs. Ritter; Mr. and Mrs. Blythe; Mrs. Leona Sholine; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Inman; Vivian Holsinger; Leslie Ray; Pearl Jordan; Tom Wilson; Fred Wilson; Dr. Vander Shoun; Methodist Church; Epworth League; DeShaw Business School; Fort Collins Morning Express; Knapp and White; Eben White Building; Haynes Brothers; Toliver's; Linden Hotel; Poudre Valley Bank; Hollowell Mortuary; Goodrich Mortuary; United Bank; Goodwill; Salvation Army; Thrift Shop; Major Motors; Stover Drug Store; Colorado A&M; North Eventide; Good Samaritan Home; Lamb's Day; Fort Collins Express Courier; Fort Collins Museum; Fox Theater; Meals on Wheels; Coast to Coast; Windsor Sugar Factory; Edmonds Dry Goods; Home Bakery; Linden Street; Bonaparte, Iowa; Des Moines River; Keokuk, Iowa; Fort Collins; Pikes Peak; Mountain Avenue; Grant Street; Loomis Addition; Estes Park; Remington Street; College Avenue; Mulberry Street; Prospect Street; Van Buren County, Iowa; Shields Street; Walden, Colorado; Linden Street; Livermore; Library Park; Timnath; Taft Hill Road; City Park; Lindenmeir Lake; Loveland; Wellington; Bellvue; Windsor
SubjectHolsinger, Edith Wilcoxon, 1884-
Holsinger, James Hayes, 1872-
Fort Collins (Colo.) -- History.
PublisherFort Collins, Colo : Fort Collins Public Library, 1974
SourceFort Collins Public Library Oral History Project
Original FormatTypescript (photocopy) of sound recording
Library Transcript Call Number921 Holsinger, E. 1974
Library Transcript Availability
RightsholderCity of Fort Collins
Collection NameOralHistories
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