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Oral Histories

These Oral Histories were conducted on behalf of the Rice County Historical Society by Roy Anderson and filmed by Fox Video Productions.  Each narrator has graciously granted RCHS rights and permissions to share these valuable pieces of Rice County History.

If you have any suggestions for other Rice County Citizens to interview and/or would be interested in being an Oral History Project Volunteer please do not hesitate to contact RCHS by email or by phone at 507-332-2121

 

Dr. Roy Anderson, June 22, 2010

Harold and Anne Bonde, December 22, 2008

May Bottke, July 9, 2008

Al Burkhartzmeyer, May 27, 2008

Mary and Leo Charleton, February 11, 2011

Shirlee Madow, November 16, 2009

Frank “Curly” Schreckenberg, October 18, 2007

 

The following Oral Histories have been completed and are awaiting digitization.  If you are interested in viewing one before they are uploaded onto the internet, please contact the museum at 507-332-2121 to make arrangements to view them at the museum.
Bob Bjorgum
Florence Clairne
Rod Mahler
Ruth McCormick
Char and Dick McDonough
Elsie Schultz and Elmer Fuchs
Clinton Weber