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Found in the Archives-Paul Creston

Nathan Sandell shares archival documentation about Professor Paul Creston (1906-1985), a prolific American composer during the 20th century. Professor Creston came to Central Washington State…

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CWU 360 - Paddleboarding

CWU Outdoor Pursuits takes groups paddle boarding on Lake Cle Elum.

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Joe Antonich Video Interview

Joe Antonich talks about his life before CWU and graduating from University of Washington and service during Vietnam. He discusses working for state auditors office before working in accounting at…

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Doris Clymer Interview, 1997, part 1

Doris Clymer speaks about her husband, John Clymer (1907-1989), the renowned painter who grew up in Ellensburg, Washington. Many of Clymer's paintings of the Northwest are now held by the Clymer…

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Milo and Helen Smith Audio Interview, part 4

Milo and Helen Smith taught at Central Washington University from the 1950s to the 1990s.

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John Ferro Audio Interview, part 1

John Ferro (b. 1919, son of Peter Ferro and Mary Grecco) discusses his family's origins in Switzerland and his father's work in the Roslyn coal mines beginning in the 1920s. He talks about…

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Clara Ferra Video Interview, part 1

Clara Ferra talks about her immigrant roots, noting that her ancestors--the Hunters--arrived in Roslyn, Washington, by 1919. She describes her father's work in the No. 5 Mine and her…

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Albert "Brownie" Thomas Video Interview

Albert "Brownie" Thomas (March 10, 1911-March 1, 2002) began working in the coal mines around Roslyn, Washington, in 1926. He began by helping to lay track at Mine No. 7, then worked at the…

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Leonard Boardman, Elmer Dalisky, and Rudy Zaputil Video Interview, part 1

Leonard Boardman, Elmer Dalisky, and Rudy Zaputil talk about working conditions in the coal mines at Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald, Washington. They talk about the various tasks in the…

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Anthony (Tony) Minerich Video Interview, part 1

Anthony (Tony) Minerich (b. January 18, 1918, in Roslyn, Washington) spent several years working in local coal mines before he and his brother, Joe, enlisted in the army during World War II. After…

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Joseph (Joe) Ozbolt Video Interview, part 3

Joseph (Joe) Ozbolt (b. circa 1915 to John and Paulina Ozbolt) talks about the fifty years he spent mining coal in Roslyn, Washington. Ozbolt began working in the Northwestern Improvement Company…

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Raymond (Ray) Kladnik, Sr., Video Interview, part 1

Raymond (Ray) Kladnik, Sr. (b. September 7, 1892), talks about his family's Slovenian roots and about his life in Cle Elum, Washington. He describes his family's life in Austria and their…

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John Ferro Video Interview, part 1

John Ferro (b. 1919, son of Peter Ferro and Mary Grecco) discusses his family's origins in Switzerland and his father's work in the Roslyn coal mines beginning in the 1920s. He talks about…

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John Ferro Video Interview, part 2

John Ferro (b. 1919, son of Peter Ferro and Mary Grecco) discusses his family's origins in Switzerland and his father's work in the Roslyn coal mines beginning in the 1920s. He talks about…

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Ethel Craven Audio Interview, part 3

Ethel Florence Craven (1906-1993) was born into one of the African American families who were recruited to break a coal mining strike in Roslyn, Washington, in 1888. Craven married a coal miner,…

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John Venera Audio Interview, part 3

John Vernera (b. 1916 in Roslyn, Washington) speaks about his father, Battista Venera, and his immigration from Italy to Roslyn, circa 1909. Venera's father entered the dairy business in 1918…

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