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Narrator's name Douglas, Lillian and Ralph
Catalog Number 2000.1.545
Interviewer Kleinschmidt, Don and Jeanie
Object Name Tape, Cassette
Scope & Content Side One: Ralph and Lilly Douglas tell about their lives growing up in Oklahoma, moving to Flagstaff and then Sedona. They were pharmacists and owned an orchard in Sedona for awhile and dealt with Indian rugs and trading in Flagstaff. They traveled around the world including: Africa, Europe, India, South America, Central America, Mexico, and Alaska. They talked a little about the roads in Sedona and what Sedona was like in the 1940's and what they did for fun.
Side Two: Ralph talks about Old Oraibi and eating with the Chief. They discuss what the roads on the Reservation were like in the 30's and 40's and the Cameron Trading Post. Ralph and Lillian also each tell a short story from their trip to Africa.
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