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Top 10 Records in the Digital Collections from 2014

Top 10 Records in the Digital Collections from 2014

Last year was the first year we debuted our Top 10 records of the year. You can see that post here. So continuing in that tradition, here are the top 10 records of 2014. 10. Oral History Transcript of Dorothy Hailstone Beale Dorothy Hailstone Beal (right) ca 1936...
Hearing History: James “Pinky” Hailstone

Hearing History: James “Pinky” Hailstone

Hailstone Feed Store – the closest thing IHM has to a picture of James “Pinky” Hailstone(left to right: Frank Hailstone, Nell Hailstone Falkenstein, Emma Greenier Hailstone [wife of James Hailstone]) Did you ever hear anything about that hanging over...
Hearing History: Dorothy Hailstone Beale

Hearing History: Dorothy Hailstone Beale

Hazel Hircko (left) and Dorothy Hailstone Beale (right)ca 1936Dorothy Beale (right)ca 1993—-Dorothy H. Beale: But I knew Dorothy.  And Dorothy Miles.  And Dorothy Castagno.  When I went to school, I went by “Margaret.” I said, “No, I’m not [going to be called...
Hearing History: Jake Jones

Hearing History: Jake Jones

Student Body of Squak SchoolJake Jones (believed to be 3rd from right, in front)Full RecordFull Record 2 Jake Jones: And furring and trapping and trading, so they created what they called the Chinook language. It had something like about a hundred words. And many of...
Hearing History: Bill Evans

Hearing History: Bill Evans

  Maria McLeod:  …Tell me a story about you and Walt Seil.  I know you guys ran around together, and I’m sure there’s a lot of stories.  Some you could probably tell, some you can’t.  [laughter]  But what’s a memorable moment with your friend Walt?   ...