|Catalog Number||OH0113 Esther Koch v134|
|Object Name||Oral Histories|
|Scope & Content||
Oral histories; transcription
REMARKS: This is an interview with Esther Koch. It takes place on November 22, 1978 in her daughter's home on Cow Creek Road outside of Azalea, Oregon. The interviewer is Star Eatherington.
In this interview Mrs. Koch talks about when she came to Oregon in 1938 and talks about what she found when she got here and how those things changed when she got here and until now. When she got here it was the very beginning of heavy logging in that area. She talks about the changes that it has brought about in the environment and the economy. She talks about her own land and its development and she talks about mining in the area. She talks about the neighbors that she knew and some of those people that they talked about and she had some interesting people in her neighborhood. She talks about methods of logging and the effect it had on the woods. She has done a little bit of hand writing analysis and palm reading in er life and she talks aboutt how she got interested in this. At the ery end of this interview on side six she takes my notes and does a little analysis of those.
|Title||Esther Koch oral history|
|Collection||ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS|