Collection: American Association of University Women Interviews

The Boulder Public Library has a collection of ten tapes done by the Boulder branch of the American Association of University Women.

Deavenport, Nell B. – OH0042
Interview Date: 1975

People: Nell Deavenport.   Places: Boulder.   Subjects: Boulder ca. 1914; poultry business, recreation. American Association of University Women.Boulder Branch  

Flossie Allebaugh – OH0040
Interview Date: 1975

Sunset, stage coach; American Indians, Whittier School; McAllister Lumber; girlhood; miner’s wife. Listen to CD; view transcript, summary, and supplementary material at Carnegie Branch Library.

Gladden, Sanford – OH0041
Interview Date: 1975

People: Sanford Gladden.   Places: Boulder.   Subjects: Beginnings of the University of Colorado.

Helen Fischer, – OH0191
Interview Date: 1972

Boulder social life; education at preparatory school and University of Colorado.

Jessie Fitzpatrick – OH0043
Interview Date: 1974

This interview was recorded as part of an American Association of University Women project.   Boulder: 936 Mapleton, neighborhood, Mapleton School, Miss Susan Lovelace, State Preparatory School; University of Colorado; teaching; transportation; First Congregational Church.   Listen to CD; view … Continue reading

Mathers, Birdie – OH0044
Interview Date: 1975

Birdie Mathers speaks about different aspects of  ranch life as a child, Nederland, Boulder in early 1900s, the 1931 Courthouse fire, the race track, and Chautauqua.

Mayhoffer, Isabel – OH0045
Interview Date: 1972

Isabel Mayhoffer speaks about being a teacher, Louisville (1920s), women in politics, County Superintendent, rural schools, farm work, women’s groups, Denver Interurban, unions (AAUW), coal mining, homesteading on county road.

Means, Florence Crannell – OH0046
Interview Date: 1975

Florence Means  speaks about Boulder throughout her life,  Tuberculosis care, being an author, her travels, and Hopi Indians.

Paddock, Annie Laurie – OH0047
Interview Date: 1976

People: Annie Laurie Paddock.   Places: Boulder.   Subjects: Boulder in 1920s; social life; women’s role.