Jim Sherow Collection
|Title:||Jim Sherow Collection|
|Call Number:||MS 94-17|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Acquisition:||Donated by Jim Sherow|
|Processed By:||JEO, 3-1-1994; JEF, 11-16-1998; MN, 2-22-2012|
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Audiotaped interviews conducted for Jim Sherow's master's thesis in history from Wichita State University comprise this collection. The interviews relate the history of Langdon, a small Kansas town that peaked in 1912 and declined between 1920 and 1950. Representing only a fraction of those conducted for the 1978 thesis, Langdon, Kansas: The Aging of a Rural Town, the three interviews in this collection provide a feeling for the life and times in Langdon from the late 1800s to the 1970s.
Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing
|Box 1||FF 1||Audiotapes (2) of an interview with Harlow Brown in Hutchinson, Kansas, 7-25-1977. The interview concerns the history of Langdon, Kansas, in the early 20th century.|
|Box 1||FF 2||Audiotape of an interview with Lucille Dunn in Langdon, Kansas, 7-28-1977. The interview includes second-hand accounts of Langdon history and events between 1885 and the early 20th century.|
|Box 1||FF 3||Audiotapes (2) of an interview with Ethel Miller in Langdon, Kansas, 7-5-1977. The interview includes accounts and stories of early Langdon history back to 1856 and also about early settlers of the area.|