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Pettigrew, Malaika – OH1241
Interview Date: 2003
Places: Boulder Topics: childhood experiences as an African American girl in southern California, political involvement at UCLA in the late nineteen-sixties and early nineteen-seventies, Angela Davis as mentor as an activist, transpersonal psychology, African spiritual beliefs, move to Boulder, … Continue reading
Pherson, O.P. with others – OH0837
Interview Date: 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968 and 1971
Part 1 – railroading Part 2 – Cripple Creek, mining, frontier activities Part 3 – Cripple Creek, mining Part 4 – Creede boom, Texas trip Part 5 – Creede to Texas Part 6 – Creede, … Continue reading
Pherson, O.P. Pherson with Ethel McCool and Jim Hawley – OH0862
Interview Date: 1969
Places: Victor, Central City Topics: coal pulverizer.
Phillips, Helen Ramsey – OH0024
Interview Date: 1978
People: Helen Phillips. Places: Boulder, Wallstreet, Sunset. Subjects: Copper Rock.
Phillips, Hester – OH0696
Interview Date: 1972
Buffalo hunt from railroads Value of money in 1900s Rifles (flintlock).
Phillips, Leslie E. – OH0025
Interview Date: 1977
People: Leslie Phillips. Places: Magnolia. Subjects: ranching; angora sheep; mining; rural schools.
Phillips, Marjory – OH0566
Interview Date: 1991
People: Marjory Phillips. Places: Boulder. Subjects: Boulder County Courthouse fire; business enterprises; disasters, Pearl Street.
Phillips, Marjory – OH1803
Interview Date: 2012
Marjory Phillips was born in Nebraska and grew up in Boulder from the age of 10 years on. She talks about her more than three decades of involvement with the First Presbyterian Church of Boulder, where she taught Sunday school … Continue reading
Pilcher, Jan – OH1508
Interview Date: 1997
Jan Pilcher got involved with activism and organizing around Rocky Flats in the early 1970s. She helped create the booklet “Local Hazard, Global Threat,” which framed citizens? concerns about Flats? operation as well as concerns about disarmament and contamination. In … Continue reading