Andrew, (Frances) Elaine M. and Lynn Andrew


Title
Andrew, (Frances) Elaine M. and Lynn Andrew
Creator:
Andrew, Elaine M., 1918-, interviewee; Andrew, Lynn, 1939-, interviewee; Dyni, Anne, interviewer; McCutcheon, Liz, videographer;
Date Recorded:
2006
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Description:

Includes 9 videographed photographs of the Madison and Andrew families and Hygiene and Burlington buildings: 1.Henson Madison and his brother James. — 2.Burlington schoolhouse. — 3.James Madison (who died in 1917). — 4.Hygiene Church. — 5.Hygiene House (TB sanitarium). — 6.Hygiene school (torn down in 1972). — 7.original Hygiene School on Hwy 66. — 8.Elaine Andrew at 6 months with brother Stanley, age six. — 9.Donald and Elaine Andrew, shortly after their marriage in 1936.

 

People: Henson Andrew Madison and wife Lily Nancy Immel Madison (Elaine’s parents), James and Wilhelmina Madison (Madsen – Elaine’s grandparents), Stanley Madison (Elaine’s brother), James Boze, Donald Andrew (Elaine’s husband)

 

Places: Hygiene, Longmont, Advent Town, Burlington

 

Subjects: Hygiene 4-H, Hygiene Methodist Church, Hygiene in the 1920s and 1930s (businesses, train depot, Hygiene House, Hygiene beet dump), Hygiene schools (75th and Ute Highway – later Old Prague Inn, 2-story brick school in town from 1921 to 1972, current school in town), Longmont (Boze Barn, Roosevelt Park fairgrounds), Altona Grange, 1946 Gibson-A tractor, beet wagons, Burlington shoolhouse.

 

Subject:
Andrew, Elaine M., 1918- `
Burlington School (Burlington, Colo.)
School District No. 6 (Boulder County, Colo.)
Hygiene School (Hygiene, Colo.)
School District No. 21 (Boulder County, Colo.)
Agriculture Colorado Boulder County.
Farm equipment Colorado Boulder County.
Farms Colorado Hygiene.
Rural schools Colorado Boulder County.
Sugar beet industry Colorado Boulder County.
Boulder (Colo.) History Biography.
Hygiene (Colo.) Social life and customs.
Language:
eng
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Local call number:
OH1416
Copyright:
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