Robert (Bob) Roseburg Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Robert (Bob) Roseburg (b. 1922) talks about his Swedish heritage, his parents and their immigration to the United States, and life in the Cle Elum, Washington, area. He describes his farm at Peoh Point, near Cle Elum, and the relationship his farm had to the mining community. He discusses Swedish holidays, his education in Cle Elum schools, and the jobs held by family members. Roseburg also talks about the effects of mine closure and the Great Depression on his farming business.
Roseburg's farm was located near the Peoh Point School, which is featured in the cover image (taken in 1914). The image shows students and teachers, including Warner (right of flag pole) and Elsie Roseburg (right of Warner). The students sitting second and third from the left are John Deonegi and Pete Fassero.
Roseburg, Robert (Bob), "Robert (Bob) Roseburg Interview" (2002). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 89.
Oral history, Agriculture--Washington (State), Cle Elum (Wash.)
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