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MS 201 - Oral History Collection

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MS 201 - Oral History Collection, 1998-2012 | McCracken Research Library

By Nathan Bender, 2005.  Updated by Samantha L. Harper, 2018.

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Collection Overview

Title: MS 201 - Oral History Collection, 1998-2012Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Buffalo Bill Historical Center (1900-2013)

Extent: 10.0 Boxes

Languages: English

Abstract

This collection is a compilation of oral history interviews from persons in Cody, Park County, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, and the surrounding areas.  Most of the recordings were created as part of an ongoing oral history effort of the McCracken Research Library, with others acquired by donation or through sharing of resources with the Park County Historical Society.

Biographical Note

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Administrative Information

Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.


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Box MS201.04Add to your cart.
Folder MS201.4.18: Interview #18 - Lucille Nichols Patrick, 2001-07-24Add to your cart.
TOPIC:  Family stories and Southfork/Cody local history, including information on her father James Calvin Nichols “The Candy Kid,” and some discussion of her writings and artwork.
Folder MS201.4.19: Interview #19 - Ruby Davies, 2001-08-16Add to your cart.
TOPIC: Southfork/Cody local history.
Folder MS201.4.20: Interview #20 - Catherine Buckingham, 2001-08-17Add to your cart.
TOPIC:  Family history and husband’s friendship with William F. Cody, sugar beet farming, Hart Mountain Hotel, dating and social functions, the Cody Enterprise newspaper fire, and other Cody local history.
Folder MS201.4.21: Interview #21 - Charles Kepler, 2001-09-25Add to your cart.
TOPIC:  Early life with a focus on his education at University of Wyoming, teaching, Husky Oil, and experiences with Glenn Neilson, Milward and Alan Simpson, his law partners.  History of the BBHC and the Coe and Weiss families. Insight into the investment and commitment to Cody from these early residents.
Folder MS201.4.22: Interview #22 - Lloyd Taggart, 2001-09-26Add to your cart.
TOPIC:  Family life and history, Taggart construction work in Cody and in the greater west.  Reminiscences about Molesworth, Eggenhoffer, Davich, and other Cody artists and authors.  Emphasis on his book and art collecting experiences, McCracken Research Library history, and stories about Paul “Rocky” Stock.
Folder MS201.4.23: Interview #23 - Patterson "Pat" Keller, 2001-09-26Add to your cart.
TOPIC: Retired Rector of Christ Episcopal Church, and son of Charlie Russell’s priest in Great Falls, Montana.  Experiences as a Rector and church members, and stories of Charlie Russell.
Folder MS201.4.24: Interview #24 - David Smith, 2001-09-27Add to your cart.
TOPIC:  Retired Cody schoolteacher and Southfork rancher.  Cody history from 1929, including memories of semi-pro baseball team.  Stories of school life and ranch life.
Folder MS201.4.25: Interview #25 - Beulah Wagner, 2001-09-27Add to your cart.
TOPIC:  Retired Cody schoolteacher.  Cody history back to 1952, her husband Stu was an engineer at Husky Oil, and remembers Glenn Nielson.  Recalls school life and church life (Episcopal) where she ran Sunday School classes.  Milward Simpson and Hat McGee were friends.

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