Oral history interview with Genelle Paschall Nicholson and Lincoln Paschall, 1989 July 15.


Oral history interview with Genelle Paschall Nicholson and Lincoln Paschall, 1989 July 15.

This interview was conducted on July 15, 1989 as part of the Sierra Madre Oral History Project. The interviewer was Ellen Wood Grijalva.

Transcript: 80 p.Sound recordings: 1 sound cassettee (ca. 60 min. each)


SNAC Resource ID: 7681794

Sierra Madre Public Library

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