Document type: DU SCA Audio
Collection: Barry Matchett University Park Oral History Collection  
Title Oral History Interview with Loretta Eitelgeorge
Collection Title Barry Matchett University Park Oral History Collection, Oral History Tapes
Date Created 1986
Creator(s) Eitelgeorge, Loretta M.,--1903-1997
Description Loretta Eitelgeorge relates her personal memories of musical and social events in the University Park area of Denver, Colorado, the occupants of various homes in the area (some families included 3 generations simultaneously residing in the Park), the interrelationship between the University Park Methodist Church and the University of Denver faculty, the gradual build-up of the area, and the many trees and plants in the area, especially the Denver University Rose, cultivated by Dr. Ira E. Cutler. Mrs. Eitelgeorge also reads extensively from an article by Eula Fairchild on life in University Park from 1909-1959.
Subject - Topic Community life
Manners and customs
Subject - Personal Name Eitelgeorge, Loretta M.,--1903-1997
Subject - Corporate Name University Park Methodist Episcopal Church (Denver, Colo.)
Subject - Genre Oral histories (Document genres)
Subject - Geographic University Park (Denver, Colo.)
Legacy ID ||udpl-upoh-ma-00011-eitelgeorge-t1b-cleaned ||F784.D4U558 1986 no.11
Publisher University of Denver
Current ID M054.01.0001.00011
Place of publication Denver, Colorado
Language English
Type of Resource sound recording-nonmusical
Form Analog audio recordings
Extent 1 item, (sound tape cassette), 1 audiotape cassette, 38 minutes, 56 seconds, analog, monoral
Digital Origin Digitized other analog
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