Interview by Roland Matthies on August 12, 1997, of Jean Smith for the Clark County Historical Society. She is going to talk about her very interesting life on the subject of ” the laying on of hands.” I was intrigued by what she told me very briefly one day so I asked for the privilege of an interview.
This is an interview by Roland Matthies of George Winwood, a local barrister. The date is October 5, 1998, and the purpose of the interview is to record the family and business activities and the background of this gentleman with whom I have had a long-standing friendship. This record will go into the permanent archives of the Clark County
This is an interview by Roland Matthies for the Clark County Historical Society on September 26, 1997, in the home of James Wilkerson, a longtime native of Springfield and a lifetime member of First Lutheran Church. The purpose of the interview is to learn all we can for the archives at the church of its history with particular relationship
This is an interview by Roland Matthies on October 22, 1990, with James Wilkerson of Springfield. We want to record his experiences in the business world of this city as it began a number of years ago and as it got into growth and into various problems concerning the merger and integration of many industries.
This is an interview by Roland Matthies of Ralph Wells, longtime Kiwanian and longtime citizen of this community. We are going to talk about the business of pianos in Springfield and Clark County. The interview is being conducted on September 1, 1998, just prior to Ralph’s departure from the city for a new location in Maine. A move which
This is an interview by Roland Matthies for the use by Oakwood Center and perhaps the Clark County Heritage Center to understand the beginnings of Oakwood Retirement Village here in Springfield. I have Gary with me today with the idea of exploring the very beginning of how the plans got off the paper and into construction. He’s going to
Interview by Roland Matthies for the Clark County Historical Society with Tom Vereen of Goodrich and Vereen in Springfield with regard to his background in the community an his business interests at the present time. (May 1994)