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Sweet Cases

Putting their educations and hearts to work, Central Washington University social services students created special duffle bags, called Sweet Cases, for local children entering foster care.

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Snow Removal at CWU

Ever wonder who cleans up the mess when a snowstorm slams Central Washington University? Meet CWUӳ unsung heroesشhe men and women who shovel, plow, and haul away tons of the white stuff from the…

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Vera Dudley Video Interview

Vera Dudley attended Central Washington College of Education (later Central Washington University), 1941-1942. She married Stanley Dudley, who taught in the art department at the university. She…

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James Hawkins Video Interview

James Hawkins taught in the theatre arts program at Central Washington University, 1970-2002.

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Clifford Wolfsehr Audio Interview, part 2

Clifford Wolfsehr served as a librarian and Director of Library Services at Central Washington University from 1953 to 1968.

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Wayne Hertz Audio Interview

Wayne Hertz taught in the music department at Central Washington College of Education (predecessor to Central Washington University) 1938-1974. He passed away in 1996.

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Charles McGehee Audio Interview, part 1

Charles McGehee taught in the sociology department at Central Washington University, 1969-1999.

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James Hawkins Audio Interview, part 2

James Hawkins taught in the theatre arts program at Central Washington University, 1970-2002.

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Ansel Taylor Audio Interview, part 12

Ansel Taylor describes his career in logging at the beginning of the twentieth century. He speaks about river drives and Indian-white relations in the Swauk region of Washington state. He talks about…

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Ansel Taylor Audio Interview, part 10

Ansel Taylor describes his career in logging at the beginning of the twentieth century. He speaks about river drives and Indian-white relations in the Swauk region of Washington state. He talks about…

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Emil Ferra and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin Video Interview, part 2

Emil Ferra (b. August 1906 in Roslyn, Washington) and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin (b. January 20, 1907) talk about the history of Roslyn. They talk about the geography of the town, as well as their…

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Lelah Jordin Audio Interview, part 3

Lelah Jordin talks about her parents, John Lockhart and Lucinda Emily Decker, and her childhood in Pendleton, Oregon, and Oaksdale, Washington. She talks about cooking, home remedies, clothing,…

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Angela Mrak Audio Interview, part 1

Angela Mrak (b. 1899 in Austria) immigrated to the United States in 1923 and moved to Ronald, Washington, in 1928. She discusses growing up in Austria, her move to the United States, finally settling…

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Angela Mrak Audio Interview, part 3

Angela Mrak (b. 1899 in Austria) immigrated to the United States in 1923 and moved to Ronald, Washington, in 1928. She discusses growing up in Austria, her move to the United States, finally settling…

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Angela Mrak Audio Interview, part 2

Angela Mrak (b. 1899 in Austria) immigrated to the United States in 1923 and moved to Ronald, Washington, in 1928. She discusses growing up in Austria, her move to the United States, finally settling…

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Theodore (Ted) Rooks Audio Interview, part 6

Theodore (Ted) Rooks (b. 1903 in South Cle Elum, Washington) talks about his childhood and education at Hazelwood School. He talks about working in logging camps and about the impact of the…

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