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811-812 - Merle Allen, 17 Jan, 1991, Transcript: Yes and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Merle Allen (b. 08/04/1898 – d. 03/24/1997)
Interviewer:  Mona McCroskey
Audio Number:  811-812
Duration: 01:17:07
Date:  January 17, 1991
Topics Discussed: Prescott History 1920s-1960s, Merle's life history, Prescott Streetcar route, Business philosophy, Allen's Nu-Way Market, Latter Day Saints (LDS) Church, Blacks in Church, Prescott Chamber of Commerce, and Fort Whipple
See Also: Oral History Audio Number: 919

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919 - Opal (Tenney) Allen, 13 Nov, 1991, Transcript: Yes and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Opal (Tenney) Goodman Allen (b. 03/29/1913 – d. 03/27/2008)
Interviewer:  Mona McCroskey
Audio Number:  919
Duration: 00:46:58
Date:  November 13, 1991
Topics Discussed: Corrections to information regarding Merle's interview on January 17, 1991 - audio numbers 811-812. Corrections were in regards to Blacks in Latter Day Saints (LDS) Church, Merle's Life, Prescott Streetcar route, Prescott Businesses, Prescott History and the Latter Day Saints (LDS) Church

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1270-1271 & 1272-1273 - Opal G. (Tenney) Allen, 17 Nov, 1998, Transcript: Yes and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Opal G. (Tenney) Goodman Allen (b. 03/29/1913 – d. 03/27/2008)
Interviewer:  Mona McCroskey
Audio Number:  1270-1271 & 1272-1273
Duration: 01:59:17 & 01:25:54
Date:  November 17, 1998 & November 19, 1998
Topics Discussed:  Opal (Tenney) Goodman Allen Family, the Latter Day Saints Church History and Doctrine, Merle Allen, Everett Goodman and Myrtle May Wear

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1170-1171 & 1173B - Richard "Dick" M. L. Allen, Sr., 26 Feb, 1997, Transcript: Yes and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Richard "Dick" M. L. Allen, Sr. (b. 06/08/1911 - d. 05/22/2004)
Interviewer:  Mona McCroskey
Audio Numbers:  1170-1171 & 1173B
Duration: 01:28:44
Date:  February 26, 1997 & March 26, 1997
Topics Discussed:  Chino Valley and the Latter-Days Saints (LDS) Church in Chino Valley; Allen’s Nu-Way Market; Allen’s Dairy, c. 1926; 1939 carrier pigeons and World War II (WWII) canneries.

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1247 - Richard "Dick" M. L. Allen, Sr. , 10 Jul, 1998, Transcript: No and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Richard "Dick" M. L. Allen, Sr. (b. 06/08/1911 - d. 05/22/2004)
Interviewer:  Mona McCroskey
Audio Number:  1247
Duration: 00:37:50
Date:  July 10, 1998
Topics Discussed: Dick was living in Arizona Pioneer Home and created this recording, which is a combination of his history and the songs he learned as he was growing up.  All vocals are by Dick Allen

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1481-1482 - Mary Louise Alvarado, 30 Mar, 2004, Transcript: No and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Mary Lou (Arredondo) Alvarado (b. 08/19/1935 – d. 02/08/2017)
Interviewer:  Sylvia Neely
Audio Numbers:  1481-1482
Duration: 02:04:57
Date:  March 30, 2004
Topics Discussed: The Alvarado and Arredondo families, 1940s & 1950s Prescott History, Mexican-Americans in Prescott and the Prescott "Tunnels".

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925 - Roger Anderson Audio Collection, 26 May, 1960, Transcript: No and Digitized: Yes

Roger Anderson Audio Collection
Radio Program: Pioneer Days of the West
Interviewer/Narrator:  Roger Anderson
Audio Number:  925
Duration:  00:30:33
Date:  May 26, 1960
The interviews in this collection were part of the "Pioneer Days of the West" weekly radio series conducted and narrated by radio host and personality Roger Anderson.  This series includes many Yavapai County and Prescott residents' family histories, pioneering days and Arizona stories.  This series of interviews include:  Aretha Gleason, Manuel Victor, Anna Gilleland, Gail Gardner, Cowboy Burnett, Clarence Denny, Bert Lee, and May Young.

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926 - Roger Anderson Audio Collection , 26 May, 1960, Transcript: No and Digitized: Yes

Roger Anderson Audio Collection
Radio Program: Pioneer Days of the West
Interviewer/Narrator:  Roger Anderson
Audio Number:  926
Duration:  01:05:49
Date:  May 26, 1960
The interviews in this collection were part of the "Pioneer Days of the West" weekly radio series conducted and narrated by radio host and personality Roger Anderson.  This series includes many Yavapai County and Prescott residents' family histories, pioneering days and Arizona stories.  This series of interviews include:  Fannie (Wingfield), Dr. Florence Yount, Joe Ferra, Mary (Ford) Platten, Earl Rogers, Bert Lee, and Gail Gardner.

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1587 - Joe Apolinar, 3 Apr, 2005, Transcript: No and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Joe Apolinar (b. 04/05/1936 – d. 03/02/2018)
Interviewer:  Jody Drake
Audio Number:  1587
Duration: 01:17:26
Date:  April 3, 2005
Topics Discussed: Apolinar Family History, Growing up in Prescott 1940s & 1950s, Mexican-American culture in Prescott, Racial Discrimination, Prescott Businesses such as Mallin Brothers scrap yard, Barrows Furniture Store, Green Frog Cafe, Pine Cone Inn, Central Cafe, Studio Theater and Prescott Schools and Teachers.

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1043 - Mary (Mackin) Archer, 11 Jan, 1995, Transcript: No and Digitized: Yes

Oral History
Interviewee:  Mary (Mackin) Archer (b. 05/28/1914 – d. 04/23/2002)
Interviewer:  Mona McCroskey
Audio Number:  1043
Duration: 00:38:02
Date:  January 11, 1995
Topics Discussed:  Peter Mackin Family; Alvina (Bennett) Mackin; Groom Creek area, Groom Creek Stage Station, c. 1910 and Member of the Pioneer Groom Creek Family

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