Interview by Roland Matthies for the Clark County Historical Society made on March 25, 1994, for the purpose of having it included in the archives of the Society. Today I am interviewing Bill and Colleen Birch who reside at 2697 Ballydoyle Drive in Springfield.
This is an interview by Roland Matthies of Andrew Bell, better known as Andy, president of Consolidated Insurance Agency in Springfield. I have known him all of his life, and I look forward to this interview with him as we look at the perspectives of Springfield in the future.
Martin Cook interviewed Henry Beckley on March 2, 1988. They discussed primarily episodes that occurred in Springfield history in the time ranging from the period before WWI on into the present.
This is an interview by Roland Matthies of Bob Beach, long associated with scouting in Clark County. I say long, but comparatively long. The date is November 11, 1997, a very fitting date to be thinking about scouts and veterans. This is being done for the Clark County Historical Society’s permanent archives.
This is an interview by Roland Matthies with Robert and Ruth Bayley made for the permanent archives of the Clark County Historical Society on Tuesday, August 16, 1994. The interview is being conducted in the home of the Bayleys in Springfield.
Interview with Robert Barrett, Barrett Bros. Co., 4/6/88 with Carol Gabriel and John Harwood
This is an interview for the Clark County Historical Society made by Roland Matthies as a volunteer. The date is July 26, 1995. 1 am in the offices of The Yost Superior with the Chairman of the Board L. V. Barnes.
This is an interview by Roland Matthies of Floyd Barmann, the Executive Director of the Clark County Historical Society. The date is August 30, 1999, and I will inquire of Floyd at various spots about his life in our community. I have asked him to “roam” as much as he wants to.
This is an interview by Roland Matthies for the Clark County Historical Society continuing our series of interviews with people in the community who have led interesting lives. Today, July 10, 2000, I am interviewing Edna Bacon who I am not yet sure is a Mrs. or a Miss. I’ll now let her tell her story.
This interview is being done on January 29, 1991, in the home of J. J. and Katherine Arthur. They have just recently moved to Lindair Acres after living for thirty–how many years? Oh, Katherine was born in the farmhouse that she has just left. But I think what would be interesting from you J.J. is to hear about the