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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, that aired January 12, 1982, called Grape Moments. Mary Cal Hollis interviews Brandt Garber about his life and career. Recording is about 31 minutes long and is slightly muffled due to poor quality of the original reel-to-reel recording. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC),...
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A KOTO Radio show, from October 5, 1988, called Voices & Visions. Rita Robinson interviewed longtime resident of both Norwood and Telluride, Colorado about her life and career. Leslie shared her longtime perspective of both communities and her career as the Telluride town council person, town clerk, and on a more personal note, how her life changed after her child "left the nest." Recording is about 37 minutes long. Supported in part by an award...
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A KOTO Radio show, called Voices & Visions: "Inside the Freak House" that aired in Telluride, Colorado, on August 10, 1988. Rita Robinson and Gary Hickcox interview long-time Telluride residents Himay Palmer, Chris Mayer, Pete Dahl, Patrick Ray, and Baker Steve about their lifestyle in what is known as the "freak" house and about their perspectives of living in Telluride. Length is about 43 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado...
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"The early 70's was a time of rebellion and experimentation. As the nation reeled with social upheaval, creativity flourished. Telluride was changing, mining was dying, skiing was born. What emerged was a lively community forging a new identity in a spectacular isolated mountain landscape." -- from case.