Author Archives: Anne Marie Pois

Locher, Robert – oh2012

Robert Locher, a retired dentist, discusses how he came to choose Boulder as his home and talks about his work as a dentist after his move to Boulder in 1965. He discusses his introduction to and involvement in the ham … Continue reading

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Hyatt, Candace – oh1919

Candy Hyatt (previously Candy Thompson), a long-time Boulder Valley School District teacher and administrator, talks about her evolution within the school district from reading teacher to principal. She and her former husband moved to Boulder in the early 1970s. After … Continue reading

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Bell, Michael – oh2000

Michael Bell originated an American folk music program at KGNU. In this interview, he explains how he became interested in folk music and in radio. During his college career at Harvard, he studied the history of the English language, which … Continue reading

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Lobel, Phil – oh2055

This interview is part of a series about three football games known as the Hairy Bacon Bowl, which occurred during the early 1970s. Participants included University of Colorado students who identified with hippie culture and/or anti-war sentiment, versus campus and … Continue reading

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Stanwood, Mike – oh2054

This interview is part of a series about three football games that were played during the early 1970s and were known as the Hairy Bacon Bowl. Participants included University of Colorado students who identified with hippie culture and/or anti-war sentiment, … Continue reading

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Wischmeyer, Mark – oh1046

Mark Wischmeyer recalls Wednesday night, September 11, 2013, as a volunteer firefighter in EMS. The river was so deep, Jamestown was cut in half—both bridges were washed out, and all they had were fire radios to communicate. They were trapped … Continue reading

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Flood Rescuer Awards – oh1972

This is a recording of the Award Ceremony held at Boulder Municipal Airport on June 14, 2014 (8th Annual Airport Day) to celebrate Flood Rescue Operations during the Flood of September 2013.  A host of Boulder County and Colorado dignitaries … Continue reading

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Aiken, Paul – oh1982

Paul Aiken, photo editor at the Daily Camera, shares his experiences and observations of the September 2013 flood in Boulder County.  He describes the challenges related to traveling in dangerous flood conditions in order to capture photos to publish in … Continue reading

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Danielson, Laurence R. – oh1974

Larry Danielson worked at Fairview High School from its beginnings in the 1960s through several decades—first as a guidance counselor, and later as assistant principal. He describes and reflects on development of the City of Boulder particularly as it affected … Continue reading

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Emigh, David – OH2045

This interview is part of a series about three football games known as the Hairy Bacon Bowl, which occurred during the early 1970s. Participants included University of Colorado students who identified with hippie culture and/or anti-war sentiment, versus campus and … Continue reading

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