James (Jim) Clark Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
James (Jim) Clark describes his father's work for the Northwestern Improvement Company in the Roslyn coal mines beginning circa 1916. He discusses safety in the mines, power generation methods, and medical care. He describes schooling, recreation, and transportation in Roslyn, as well as consequences of Prohibition, the Great Depression, and World War II in the area.
Clark discusses the Civilian Conservation Corps and its efforts in central Washington. The cover image shows Buck Palmer, Mrs. Bill Crawford, Bill Crawford and Mr. McClure at the Box Canyon Civilian Conservation Corps Camp in upper Kittitas County, Washington, 1936.
Clark, James, "James (Jim) Clark Interview" (2014). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 21.
Oral history, Roslyn (Wash.), Coal mining
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