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Oral history interview with Carl Grovum
Description BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Carl Grovum was born in 1908. His family lived in Red Lake for seven years before coming to the Zippel Bay Area in 1904. Carl worked at the Zippel Fishery from 1928 until it closed. For a few years he worked in the laundry of a rest home in the Twin Cities and at a casket factory in Chicago. He has lived in Williams, Minnesota since he built his home there in 1941. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: The interview consists of the history of the Zippel family and the fishery. There is some information of the first settlers and the bay itself.
Quantity 2 hours sound cassette
39 pages transcript
Format Content Category: sound recordings
Content Category: text
Measurements 01:17:06 running time
Creation Narrator: Grovum, Carl
Interviewer: Morris, Diane
Interviewer: Lynne, Gladwin
Dates Creation: 08/18/1986
Credit Line Digitized with support from the Ken and Nina Rothchild Endowed Fund for Business History and Women's History.
Holding Type Oral History - Interview
ID Number OH 12
Accession Number AV1994.260.2
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