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Vol. 26, Index available in Vol. 1

Special Project 150 Stories for 150 Years. Several different interviewers, including staff and volunteers of the Joint Archives of Holland, with 170 different interviewees about their impressions of Holland, Michigan. Tracy Bednarick (1996) and…

Topics include farm life and relations with neighbors; Finnish organizations; the effects of World War I; life as a barber; Socialist and labor movements; a pastor at Wolf Lake; Finns and alcohol; sick care; and a wart cure.

Conducted by Jack W. Skeels between 1959 and 1963 as part of a University of Michigan - Wayne State University Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations project to document the early years of the United Automobile Workers union. All interviews…

Interview describes the wholesale grocery business.

Topics include porcupines; camping in the woods; and deer hunting in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

An interview with Agi Rubin, a Holocaust survivor, conducted by Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, Professor of History at the University of Michigan--Dearborn. Agi Rubin was born in Monkacz, a town in the part of Czechoslovakia which was annexed to Hungary in…

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