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Mary Newman Ostrander Oral History
Ostrander,Mary Newman, ...
Mary Newman Ostrander O...
OH 0010 OST
 
Title Mary Newman Ostrander Oral History
Creator Ostrander,Mary Newman, 1906-,
Description [The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residens., This Oral history recalls the early 1900's in Ketchum when it was a sleepy little town. There weren't even any streets, just paths everywhere. Mary talks about the early 1900's in Ketchum, Hailey and Shoshone and discusses the local families, parties, dances, the Chinese vegatble man and other interesting stories. The interview covered the following topics: summer time life in Ketchum; townsfolk gathering at the post office for the mail; local women and families and how they dressed; picnics, dances, swiming as early recreation; remembering the family's first automobile; limited employment opportunities for local folks; Jack Lane's store and other local businesses; Brass family and story of Sid graves; driving with her father; limited activities for females during summer visits to family sheep camps; the McCoy boarding house; Martha Gooding; dances; Chinese garden in Hailey; having many guests at the Hewman house during summers in ketchum; Guyer Hot Springs; Martha Goodings "bunk house" and the hard life of sheep ranchers., Transcription index reads as follows: Addison's Disease 37; Aunt Rachel 11; automobiles 7, 11-13, 18, 22, 31-32; Becket, Grace 35; Bellevue, ID 13; Boise, ID 13, 26, 31; Bordon, Alice 35; Bordon family 24, 25; Brass family 25, 35, 36; Brass, Ernest 8, 10-11; Breckenridge, John 40; camping 5, 6; Catholic Church 5; Chapman family 24; Chinese 20; Comstock and Clark 2, 34; Cottonwoods, the 14, 23; Dollarhide Summit 13; Episcopal Church 4; Farnlun farm 6; fashion 21-22; First National Bank 2, 27; fishing 5; Freemasons 33; gardens 29; Giacobbi Square 3, 15; Glenns' Ferry, ID 39; Glover, ernestine 10-11, 26; Gooding butcher shop 18, 20; Gooding, Edward (Ed) 32; Gooding family 16, 18, 32; Gooding home 15, 27, 34; Gooding, Fred 1, 17; Gooding, Martha 16-18, 34-35; Gooding, Thomas 16; Graves, Sid 11-12; Griffith family 1, 17; Griffith, Mrs. 5; Guyer Hot Springs 6, 10, 18, 30-33, 35; Hailey, ID 7, 20, 23, 29, 3; Heap home 3; Heap, Florence 17; Heiss family 33; Hiawatha Hotel 22-23; horses 10-11; Hulen Meadows 1, 18; Hyde, Edith Ellis 3, 4, 10; Hyde home 3; Kennedy, President 37; Ketchum, ID, cemetary 26; Ketchum, ID, permanent residents 1; Ketchum, ID, school house 25; Ketchum, ID, summer 1; Knob Hill 26; Knot, Mrs. 4; Lane, Jack 8; Lane, mercantile 8, 18; Lewis Ranch, 3; Lewis, Horace 5, 27; Lombardina family 4, 8; McCoy boarding house 14-15; McCoy home 15; McCoy, "Dora" Hicks 15; McCoy, Sarah (Grandma) 4; McFeeters, Mr. 29; McFeeters, Mrs. 15; mining 8, 24; Minnie Moore Mine 27; music 3, 18, 32-33; Newman family 10, 16; Newman home 15, 28; Newman, Grandfather 37-38; Newman, Harold 36, 41; Newman, Julia jones 1, 6-7, 10, 13, 15, 28, 36; Newman, Julian 3, 35; Newman, Maggie 3; Newman, Price 1, 6-7, 10-13, 14, 30-32, 36; Newman, "Speed" Sterling Price 3, 7, 13; Newman, William (Bill) 38; North Star Mine 27; Novenger, Mrs. 17; Oddfellows Hall 18; Ostrander, Eugene 39; Ostrander, Mrs. 21-22; Parks, Ernie 3; Parks home 3; Parks, Mrs. 2, 8, 22; Peavey, Mrs. 21-22; Post Office 2, 8, 9, 10; recreation 18-20; Russian John's Ranger Station 30; Sanger's Garage 9; sheep, business 14, 39-41; sheep, camp 13-14; sheep, wool 13; Shoshone, ID 1, 6, 7, 17-18, 24, 25, 28, 34, 36; Snug Bar 23; Soldier Summit 13; Sun Valley, ID 3, 8; Texas 21; Trail Creek 5, 10; U.S. Forest Service 8, 11, 29, 39; Venable family 2, 16; Vanables's Stable 8; Vermont 30; Warm Springs 5, 13; Wood River 5, 13.]
Identifier OH 0010 OST
Mary Newman Ostrander Oral History
Ostrander,Mary Newman, ...
Mary Newman Ostrander O...
OH 0010 OST
 
Title Mary Newman Ostrander Oral History
Creator Ostrander,Mary Newman, 1906-,
Description [The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residens., This Oral history recalls the early 1900's in Ketchum when it was a sleepy little town. There weren't even any streets, just paths everywhere. Mary talks about the early 1900's in Ketchum, Hailey and Shoshone and discusses the local families, parties, dances, the Chinese vegatble man and other interesting stories. The interview covered the following topics: summer time life in Ketchum; townsfolk gathering at the post office for the mail; local women and families and how they dressed; picnics, dances, swiming as early recreation; remembering the family's first automobile; limited employment opportunities for local folks; Jack Lane's store and other local businesses; Brass family and story of Sid graves; driving with her father; limited activities for females during summer visits to family sheep camps; the McCoy boarding house; Martha Gooding; dances; Chinese garden in Hailey; having many guests at the Hewman house during summers in ketchum; Guyer Hot Springs; Martha Goodings "bunk house" and the hard life of sheep ranchers., Transcription index reads as follows: Addison's Disease 37; Aunt Rachel 11; automobiles 7, 11-13, 18, 22, 31-32; Becket, Grace 35; Bellevue, ID 13; Boise, ID 13, 26, 31; Bordon, Alice 35; Bordon family 24, 25; Brass family 25, 35, 36; Brass, Ernest 8, 10-11; Breckenridge, John 40; camping 5, 6; Catholic Church 5; Chapman family 24; Chinese 20; Comstock and Clark 2, 34; Cottonwoods, the 14, 23; Dollarhide Summit 13; Episcopal Church 4; Farnlun farm 6; fashion 21-22; First National Bank 2, 27; fishing 5; Freemasons 33; gardens 29; Giacobbi Square 3, 15; Glenns' Ferry, ID 39; Glover, ernestine 10-11, 26; Gooding butcher shop 18, 20; Gooding, Edward (Ed) 32; Gooding family 16, 18, 32; Gooding home 15, 27, 34; Gooding, Fred 1, 17; Gooding, Martha 16-18, 34-35; Gooding, Thomas 16; Graves, Sid 11-12; Griffith family 1, 17; Griffith, Mrs. 5; Guyer Hot Springs 6, 10, 18, 30-33, 35; Hailey, ID 7, 20, 23, 29, 3; Heap home 3; Heap, Florence 17; Heiss family 33; Hiawatha Hotel 22-23; horses 10-11; Hulen Meadows 1, 18; Hyde, Edith Ellis 3, 4, 10; Hyde home 3; Kennedy, President 37; Ketchum, ID, cemetary 26; Ketchum, ID, permanent residents 1; Ketchum, ID, school house 25; Ketchum, ID, summer 1; Knob Hill 26; Knot, Mrs. 4; Lane, Jack 8; Lane, mercantile 8, 18; Lewis Ranch, 3; Lewis, Horace 5, 27; Lombardina family 4, 8; McCoy boarding house 14-15; McCoy home 15; McCoy, "Dora" Hicks 15; McCoy, Sarah (Grandma) 4; McFeeters, Mr. 29; McFeeters, Mrs. 15; mining 8, 24; Minnie Moore Mine 27; music 3, 18, 32-33; Newman family 10, 16; Newman home 15, 28; Newman, Grandfather 37-38; Newman, Harold 36, 41; Newman, Julia jones 1, 6-7, 10, 13, 15, 28, 36; Newman, Julian 3, 35; Newman, Maggie 3; Newman, Price 1, 6-7, 10-13, 14, 30-32, 36; Newman, "Speed" Sterling Price 3, 7, 13; Newman, William (Bill) 38; North Star Mine 27; Novenger, Mrs. 17; Oddfellows Hall 18; Ostrander, Eugene 39; Ostrander, Mrs. 21-22; Parks, Ernie 3; Parks home 3; Parks, Mrs. 2, 8, 22; Peavey, Mrs. 21-22; Post Office 2, 8, 9, 10; recreation 18-20; Russian John's Ranger Station 30; Sanger's Garage 9; sheep, business 14, 39-41; sheep, camp 13-14; sheep, wool 13; Shoshone, ID 1, 6, 7, 17-18, 24, 25, 28, 34, 36; Snug Bar 23; Soldier Summit 13; Sun Valley, ID 3, 8; Texas 21; Trail Creek 5, 10; U.S. Forest Service 8, 11, 29, 39; Venable family 2, 16; Vanables's Stable 8; Vermont 30; Warm Springs 5, 13; Wood River 5, 13.]
Identifier OH 0010 OST
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