Aunt Minnie's Family and the Importance of Family Visits

Dublin Core

Title

Aunt Minnie's Family and the Importance of Family Visits

Description

Aunt Minnie wouldn't visit as often as Adelle wanted, because she and her husband were farmers. She and her husband had a very nice house for that era but never had running water. Margaret and her aunt's children never were close: neither enemies nor friends.

Creator

Landon, Margaret (1903-1993)

Date

January 1, 1903

Rights

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Format

.mp3

Identifier

LC14-04

Provenance

Over a course of 13 years Kip Landon (Kenneth Landon Jr.) began recording stories from his parents, Margaret and Kenneth Landon, resulting in 95 hours of recordings. Beginning on July 20, 1976, recording finished in June, 1978. The project resumed again in 1982 for a few months. After a long break, the third recording period began in 1988 and concluded in March 1989.

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewee

Margaret Landon

Duration

4:24

Sound File Location

Box 75: Oral History: "The Landon Chronicles" Tapes 1-20

Clip Location

Hour 14, clip 04

Sub-Collection

Sub-Series 8: Audio and Video

Main Collection

Series 1: Biographical

Citation

Landon, Margaret (1903-1993) , “Aunt Minnie's Family and the Importance of Family Visits,” Wheaton College Digital Exhibits, accessed April 18, 2019, https://omeka.wheaton.edu/items/show/167.