Jeffco Stories Oral History Project
A project of the Jefferson County Public Library. We record interviews with local residents about Jefferson County, its people, history, and environs.
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Mr. Arndt discusses the history of Car Number 25 and his instrumental role in its restoration.
Mr. Nelson discusses his role in the mechanical work for restoration of Car Number 25.
Ms. Westmoreland discusses her memories of riding the streetcars between Jefferson County and Denver.
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Ken-Caryl Ranch
Darrell Windes is the Ken-Caryl Ranch Metropolitan District Manager. In this interview, he discusses various administrative aspects of Ken-Caryl Ranch, including taxation, dues and district lines. Windes also clarifies different roles of the Ken-Caryl Ranch Metropolitan District and the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association.
World War II
Edward J. Tipper
A member of E Company in the 101st Airborne Division remembers his experiences in WWII and on D-Day.
Mr. Sedgeley speaks about his service in the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII.
Marvin "Jack" King
Remembers his service in the U.S. Navy during WWII and seeing Bob Hope at a USO show.
Mayor of Golden from 1988 to 1996, also worked for the Colorado School of Mines
Esther and Art Papenfus
Artist and teacher discuss their lives and work in Golden during the mid 20th century.
Recorded tour of the Golden Oldy Cyclery Museum and discussion of historic cycling events in Golden.