Schmoll, Hazel

Schmoll, Hazel
Schmoll, Hazel Marguerite, 1890-1990, interviewee; Lincoln, Laura Lu, interviewer; Mulvey, Dorothy, interviewer;
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People: Betty Anderson, Mrs. Bossen (resident near Ward), Calamity Jane, Rosie Colgate, Dwight (Ike) Eisenhower, Patty Hearst, Hal Hull, John Hull (spelling uncertain, may be Hall or Holle), Jackson family (Winona, Kansas), Grandpa James (Alfred L. James, homesteader near Ward), Grandma James (Frances M. James, homesteader near Ward), Jesse James (no relation to Alfred and Frances), Neil King (attorney), the McAlpines (buyers of Hazel Schmoll’s property), Digit B. Miller, Puckett family (sawmill owners), William R. Rathvon (manager of United Oil Co. and early Christian Scientist, Cal Rhoades (hired man at Schmoll Livery), Helen and Merle Shirer, Mr. Treadwell (biologist at Vassar), Jim Wright, Uncle John (Hazel’s uncle and an historian), Aunt Emma (Hazel’s aunt), Marian (last name unknown)


Places: Ward, Magnolia, Aspen


Subjects: abandoned mining mill (Modoc Mill) near Duck Lake, controversies in Ward, sale of Columbia Hotel, rumor about Patty Hearst hiding out in cabin in Ward, features of the limber pine, childhood in Ward, years at the University of Colorado, teaching at Vassar, Tinsley house (Magnolia).

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Boulder (Colo.) History.
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Interview conducted in 1977, by Dorothy Mulvey and Laura Lu Lincoln.
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