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Gladden, Sanford – OH0041
Interview Date: 1975
People: Sanford Gladden. Places: Boulder. Subjects: Beginnings of the University of Colorado.
Gliman, Jack, et. al. – OH0742
Interview Date: 1963
Montana, Como railroading, Fraser, Moffat line, railroad stories, Corona, Lakewood, Gordon Gulch, Nederland, ore hauling, wagons, hitching a wagon, horses, run-away trains, passenger train, Lakewood Mill, tungsten, skinners.
Goddard, Russel William – OH1333
Interview Date: 2005
People: Chester L. Smead, MaryAnn Portwood Smead, Emma Caroline Smead Goddard Bird, Oma Arvilla Smead Mott, Charles Lewis Godard, Lloyd Henry Goddard, Chief Niwot, Charles W. Bird, Linda Bird Fisher, George Collet (Collett), James W. Bird, Edith Bauer Goddard, Diana … Continue reading
Goldberg, Harry – OH0546
Interview Date: 1990
People: Harry Goldberg. Places: Boulder, Salina. Topics: Pearl Street, G.A. Hall Feed Store, Hygienic Ice and Coal Company, Jewish community, scrap metal business, cattle.
Goldberg, Sara B. – OH1689
Interview Date: 2010
Sara Goldberg, volunteer coordinator for Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry (BASJ), talks about how upwards of 125 volunteers at a time, filling many different roles, were vital in carrying out the BASJ project; how they were recruited, trained, and matched … Continue reading
Goldberg, Stanley M. – OH 1851
Interview Date: June 14, 2013
Stanley Goldberg talks about his life in Boulder as a secular Jew. He deescribes what life was like as one of only a few Jewish families in Boulder during the 1950s, his eventual membership in both the Boulder Jewish Fellowship … Continue reading
Goldfield, Joe and Roslyn – OH1501
Interview Date: 2002
Joe Goldfield helped expose the quantities of plutonium, and contingent dangers, which were concealed during Rocky Flats cleanup assessments. Joe died in 2002; much of this interview is carried on with Roslyn Goldfield, his wife, though Joe’s work remains the … Continue reading
Gonzales, Caroline (Carrie) – OH1950
Interview Date: April 3, 2014
Carrie Gonzales tells the story of evacuating her mobile home—where she had lived for about 25 years—during the Boulder County Flood of 2013. Her home was one of many that flooded, leaving her and neighbors stranded at the elementary school … Continue reading
Gonzales, Doris – oh1920
Interview Date: November 8, 2013
Doris Gonzales describes the hard times she and her family experienced growing up during The Depression after her father could not return from a visit to Mexico and her mother contracted tuberculosis. She lived with an aunt and uncle in … Continue reading