Campbell, Martha and Marie

Campbell, Martha and Marie
Campbell, Martha, 1926-, interviewee; Campbell, Marie, 1926-, interviewee; Matthews, Ashley, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
Date digitized:
August 9, 2012
Length of interview:
62 minutes, 26 seconds

Twin sisters Martha and Marie Campbell have lived in Boulder and been members of the First Presbyterian Church since 1930, when they moved to Boulder at the age of four. They talk about starting and maintaining the church library; maintaining the church in other ways, such as refinishing the pews; and share remembrances of influential pastors and parishioners. They also detail their family history, including their grandparents’ arrival in the La Veta, Colorado, area by covered wagon in the 1870s, and their own career history, which involved four decades of work at Norlin Library on the University of Colorado campus.

Campbell, Agnes.
Campbell, Daisy Willis Hamilton, 1884-1975.
Campbell, Elizabeth.
Campbell, Martha, 1926-.
Campbell, Walter Allen, 1876-1918.
Hamilton, Ann Elizabeth Sager, 1847-1894.
Hamilton, James Gillespie, 1847-1894.
Hanson, Erik.
Hess, John S., 1953-.
Hunter, Norman.
Valentine, John B., 1903-1990.
First Presbyterian Church (Boulder, Colo.)
Norlin Library (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Churches Colorado Boulder.
Boulder (Colo.) History Biography.
Original Format:
digital audio
This interview is one of a series about the First Presbyterian Church of Boulder.
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