Item 34: Cassette Tapes

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US US kmk 2019-20.006-3-34

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Item 34: Cassette Tapes

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  • 1927, 1934-1940, 1957, undated (Creation)

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The cassette tapes are titled: George B., G. Baringer, Bonnie's Comments 1934-1940, Bonnie's Comments 1940, and Bonnie's Comment's 1957. The tapes from George Baringer contain family history including migration to Oregon 1872, from Iowa to Redland, California, and from there to Oregon. Janet stated, “I think these were recorded by Bonnie when her Uncle George came to visit, but I’m not sure.” The tapes from Bonnie have been partially transcribed and were made in Burlington, Kansas, where she lived with her second husband, Homer Hatch, who can also be heard on these tapes. There are comments on politics throughout. The tapes begin with 1927.

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