Oral history interview with Mrs. William Peterschick, circa 1970 PDF
- Oral history interview with Mrs. William Peterschick
- circa 1970 (inclusive)19701970
- 1 audiocassette
- Collection Number
- SPC 978-0055
- This collection contains an interview with Mrs. William Peterschick about the early history of Spokane.
- Eastern Washington University
Archives and Special Collections
Archives & Special Collections
Eastern Washington University Libraries
320 Media Lane - 100 LIB
- Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public.
- English, English
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
This collection contains an interview with Mrs. William Peterschick about the early history of Spokane. Mrs. Harold Wright is also interviewed. These two women are the granddaughters of Lewis J. Yale, an early settler in Spokane Falls. Yale was a stage driver, a Pony Express rider, and a Wells Fargo employee.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
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Oral History Interview with Mrs. William Peterschick; SPC 978-0055; box number; folder number; Archives & Special Collections, Eastern Washington University.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Subject Terms :
- Frontier and pioneer life--Washington (State)--Spokane
- Personal Names :
- Peterschick, William, Mrs.--Interviews
- Wright, Harold, Mrs.
- Wright, Harold, Mrs.--Interviews
- Yale, Lewis J.
- Geographical Names :
- Spokane (Wash.)--History--19th century
- Spokane (Wash.)--History--20th century
- Form or Genre Terms :
- Interviews (Sound recordings)
- Oral histories