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1. Carroll Hull Carroll Hull People Interview with Carroll Meredith Hull. Fruit growing by 3 generations of the Hulls. Time 52:55

2. Martha Wiley Martha Wiley People Part 1 - Autobiography of Martha Wiley's first ten years of life in the Ahtanum Valley written by Martha at the age of 95 years. Her nephew and niece, Bob and Marge Wiely narrate the story at a meeting...

3. Martha Wiley Martha Wiley People Autobiography of Martha Wiley's first ten years of life in the Ahtanum Valley written by Martha at the age of 95 years. her nephew and niece, Bob and Marge Wiley narrate the story at a meeting of the Living...

4. Bob Lince Bob Lince People Oral History - Bob Lince, Selah - Tape of a program presented to the Living Historians at the Yakima Valley Museum on the origins of the name of Yakima as well as other early history of the Yakima country...

5. Lillian Woodcock Lillian Woodcock People Oral History - Lillian Sedge McNamara/ Lillian Woodcock - Lillian Woodcock (Mrs. Marion) of Ahtanum, who still lives on the farm on 79th Ave. which has been and is being farmed by 5 generations of Woodcocks....

6. Edith Day Zirkle Edith Day Zirkle People Oral History - A brief interview with Edith Day Zirkle, now a resident of Central Convalescent Home, who is now 93 years old and except for deafness, is able to recall much about her early days as a graduate...

7. Bob Lince Bob Lince People; Oral History - Bob Lince, Selah - Tape of a program presented to the Living Historians at the Yakima Valley Museum on the origins of the name of Yakima as well as other early history of the Yakima country...

8. Bob Lince Bob Lince People Oral History - Bob Lince, Selah - Tape of a program presented to the Living Historians at the Yakima Valley Museum on the origins of the name of Yakima as well as other early history of the Yakima country...

9. Woodcock and Heath Woodcock and Heath People Oral History - Lillian Woodcock and Mrs. Heath. April 13, 1975 and January 30, 1975 KYVE. Time 23:17

10. Pioneers of Naches Pioneers of Naches People Early Pioneers of Naches Pass. Time 47:32

11. Elon James Gilbert Elon James Gilbert People Interview with Elon James Gilbert. Interview about Gilbert Family and apples. Time 45:20

12. Ted Robertson Ted Robertson People Interview with Wilbur (Ted) Hovey Robertson. Time 46:59

13. Alta Delvena Williams Alta Delvena Williams People Interview with Alta Delvena Williams by Greta Bryant. Alta's maiden name is Higby. Time 40:18

14. Hazel McArdle Hazel McArdle People Interview with Hazel Reba [Fellingham] McArdle - Childhood years in Illinois and life in Yakima in the 1920s. Time 46:26

15. Angus McDonald Angus McDonald People Interview with Angus McDonald. Early entry into the Ahtanum area. Time 27:49

16. Red Redmon Red Redmon People Interview with Fred Granville Redmon. Time 25:17

17. Albert Hoydar Albert Hoydar People Interview with Albert L. Hoydar. Early life in Selah, mayor of Selah, Religious Affiliation, Businesses. Time 32:27

18. James Cooper James Cooper People Interview with James Floyd Cooper. Pepsi-cola company. Time 43:48

19. Bob Lince Bob Lince People Oral History - Bob Lince. Tape of a program presented to Living Historians at the Yakima Valley Museum in June 1976 on the origins of the name of Yakima as well as other fascinating early history of the...

20. Gannon Gannon People Interview with Gannon about the Gannon wagon collection. Recorded in a large room. Starts out very quiet.
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