|Scope & Content||
"Hot Bricks in the Straw" is a compilation of oral history interviews of Anacortes citizens. It was a project of Anacortes Middle School in May 1978 and "edited by Peter Heffelfinger, artist-in-the-schools program, courtesy of the cultural education program in the Anacortes public schools, funded in part by the Washington State Arts Commission, and under the auspices of the Anacortes Arts and Crafts Foundation." The interviews and transcripts were done by the 8th grade English class taught by Ann Moore.
Mrs. Johanas, interviewed by Danny Thomas
Margaret Long, interviewed by Tracy Hurt
Ruth Crouch, interviewed by Dave Webster
Jackie Barber, interviewed by Tracy Foster and Suzi Joy
Ira Holly, interviewed by Todd Skillman
Phyllis Lyle, interviewed by Angela Lyle and Kelley Fast
Emily Oien, interviewed by Deanna Oien and Patty Palmer
Bob Bullis, interviewed by Scott Urstad and Jon Kipp
Virginia Hayhurst, interviewed by Curt Rein and Rod Lyman
Eden Palmer, interviewed by Patty Palmer
Arline Braun, interviewed by Janell Slotemaker
Marvin Cross, interviewed by Robert Marshall
Doyle Sligar, interviewed by George Johnson
Joanne Ostlund, interviewed by John Ostlund
James A. Ostlund, interviewed by John Ostlund
Lillian G. Millage, interviewed by Keven Graves
|Title||Oral History of Anacortes|
|Caption||Oral History of Anacortes|
BARBER, Jacqueline "Jackie" Richmond
MILLAGE, Lillian G.
OSTLUND, James A.
THOMAS, Daniel "Danny"
"Hot Bricks in the Straw"
Anacortes Middle School
Communication - Book
Organization - School
Place - Anacortes, WA