Contributor(s)Interviewer: Tresner, Charlene, 1918-
KeywordsWheeler, Eva Floy Smith;4-H clubs -- Colorado -- History.;Candy -- Colorado -- History.;Cookery -- Colorado -- History.;Fort Collins (Colo.) -- History.
"Ted" George Theodore Smith(brother); Margaret Smith (sister); Hattie Droll; Dorothy "Scotty" Bowen Watrous; Buelah Malone Wiley; Vera Crowe; Vera Pereau; Marge Allison; D.C. Bascom; W.S. Hill; Marge Sheridan; Bertha Boger; Lady Diane; Sherman Wheeler; Marilyn Margaret Wheeler; Robert Roderick Wheeler; W.W. Wheeler; Gerald Gilbert Wheeler; Marilyn Wheeler McKim; Colorado Agricultural College (CSU); Fort Collins High School; University of Boulder; University of Kansas; Kansas State Normal; Smith's Sweet Shop; Columbia National Bank; Old Post Office; Armstrong Hotel; Dryland, Texas (possibly Dryland Agricultural Institute); Omicron Nu; Alpha Phi Epsilon; Phi Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A.; "Sneak Day"; Phi Beta Chi; Empress Theater; Orpheum Theater; Larimer County (Assistant County Extension Agent); Larimer County Co-Workers; House of Representatives; 4-H Club; Ball Jar Company; State Fair; Home Management; University of Wyoming; "Wyoming Writer" (book) published by Douglas Enterprise; Albany County Historical Society; Department of Animal Science (CSU); Women's Cllub; Church Women United; Golden Circle of Presbyterian Church; K-6 Radio Station; KZIX Radio Station; Boxelder School; Western Writers of America; California Polytechnic University; Cargill Feed; Human Services Department; Kissock's Chevrolet; Children's Hospital of Denver; Colorado Experiment Stations; North Carolina Universtiy; North Carolina State; Church Women United; Brown Palace; Hilton; Ritz Hotel (Portugal); Kansas; Oklahoma; Cestos, Oklahoma; Woodward, Oklahoma; Dilfus, Kansas; Salina, Kansas; Solomon River Valley; Glasco, Kansas; California; Colorado Springs; Fort Collins; Boulder; Hollywood, Califonia; Keenesburg; Ammon's Hall; Estes Park; Gugenheim Building; Howes Street; Pueblo, Colorado; Larimer Street; North College; Colonial Hall; Burlington; Telluride; Raton; Raleigh, North Carolina; San Luis Valley; Laramie, Wyoming; Amarillo, Texas; Idaho; San Luis Obispo, California; Garden City, Kansas; Sterling, Colorado; Hyattsville, Maryland; Wolf Creek Pass; Mesa Verde; Fall River Road; Million Dollar Highway; Ouray, Colorado; Silverton, Colorado; Lima, Peru; Tierra Del Fuego; Antartica; Estes Park; Thompson River; Grover City, California; Securtiy Bank Building (Denver)
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Warren, HaroldInterviewers: First interview, Evelyn Solow Second interview, Helen McClure.1952 recipient of the Fort Collins Community Builder of the Year award. First interview recorded in Fort Collins, Colo. on 9/9/87.;Second interview recorded in Fort Collins, Colo. on 11/30/88.