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Valentine, John B. – OH0232
Interview Date: 1984
People: John Valentine. Places: Boulder. Subjects: Valentine Hardware Store; tuberculosis; sleeping outside in tents; house at 1811 Mapleton burned in 1913; measles quarantine; horses; school; fraternities in 1920s; Boy Scouts.
Van Ek, Jacob – OH0279
Interview Date: 1985
Supplemental material available in OH file. Dean at University of Colorado; long-time Boulder resident.
Van Howe, William – OH1859
Interview Date: 26 June 2013
Bill Van Howe is a retired administrator from Boulder Valley School District, having worked 26 years for BVSD. He recounts his early life growing up in Chicago—he was the first in his family to go to college and taught in … Continue reading
Vanderpool, Marie – OH0439
Interview Date: 1970
People: Marie Vanderpool, Tim Walters. Places: Golden, Gold Hill. Subjects: Golden; Gold Hill; Bluebird Cottage.
Vann, Hansford – OH1307
Interview Date: 2005
Places: Boulder, Second Baptist Church at 5300 Baseline Road in Boulder Subjects: early history of the Second Baptist Church in Boulder, role of the church in the Boulder African American community, music ministry and choirs at Second Baptist Church, … Continue reading
Varra, Louis and Chaussart, Albert – OH0547
Interview Date: 1991
See the interview summary for a full description.
Vayshenker, Igor – OH0596
Interview Date: 1992
People: Igor Vayshenker. Places: Boulder. Subjects: Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry; Soviet Jewish immigration (1980s-1990s); cultural contrasts between USSR and USA; Boulder Jewish community.
Vayshenker, Peter – OH1397
Interview Date: 2005
People: John Holmberg, Beth Palmer, Igor Vayshenker Places: Boulder Topics: immigration to the United States from Russia, learning to speak English, comparison of the United States and Boulder with Russia and the Soviet Union (housing, education system, cultural … Continue reading
Vayshenker, Peter G. – OH1683
Interview Date: 2010
Peter Vayshenker and his wife Maria immigrated to the United States in 1991 to join their grown children who had made the journey ten years before. In this interview Peter describes his family’s experiences of living in the Soviet Union, … Continue reading