Helen Hofstrand Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Helen Hofstrand talks about her family's migration to Ellensburg, WA---she mentions the Adlers, Poiners, and Alleys in the family. She describes her childhood in Ellensburg, touching on the Chinese population in town, the Washington State Normal School, and the Ellensburg Rodeo. She talks about her husband, Marvin Hofstrand, and his logging activities in Liberty, Washington, circa 1938. She also describes his connection to Russell and Gillette, Co., and their strip mining operations near Mine No. 5.
The cover image provides a view of Liberty, Washington, looking west, circa 1900.
Hofstrand, Helen, "Helen Hofstrand Interview" (2003). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 44.
Oral history, Logging--Washington (State), Ellensburg (Wash.)
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