Emil Ferra and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Emil Ferra (b. August 1906 in Roslyn, Washington) and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin (b. January 20, 1907) talk about the history of Roslyn. They talk about the geography of the town, as well as their experiences in sports, including track and field, basketball, football, and baseball. They speak about the local coal mines, where Ferra worked for a time. Ferra and Kuchin also describe their respective family histories. The interview includes shots of photographs and objects. Clara Ferra is heard in the background.
The cover image shows three men in front of a saloon in Roslyn, Washington, circa 1914. The poster in the window promotes a no vote on State Initiative Measure No. 3 prohibiting the sale of alcohol.
Ferra, Emil and Kuchin, Fabian (Fab), "Emil Ferra and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin Interview" (1999). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 33.
Oral history, Immigrants--United States--History, Roslyn (Wash.), Coal mining, Bars (Drinking establishments)--West (U.S.)
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