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Debbie Bolon-Feeney discusses how she came to live in Colorado's Rocky Mountains with Tara Flanagan and Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail." Bolon-Feeney shares her 1976 - 1984 experience with Summervail Art Workshop (SAW), including the creative imprint left by ceramics instructor, Danny Martinez, and the inspiration of SAW progenitors: Randy Milhoan, Dan Telleen and Jim Cotter. She also discusses her life as an artist and art educator in the...
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Dr. Jack Eck discusses the challenges of the 1970s ambulances (a station wagon) used by the fledgling medical clinic of Vail and the Gore Creek Valley area. He is interviewed by Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail."
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Vail Rotary Club, formally chartered as Rotary Club of Vail - Eagle Valley, was established on 9 June 1970. It was the first international service club organized in the community. (The first local community service event was the annual Rummage Sale, which stimulated the inception of the Eagle Valley Community Fund.) Jan Strauch, who joined Vail Rotary in 1971, discusses the early days of Vail Rotary Club with Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail."
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In 2020, Vail Rotary Club celebrated its 50th anniversary of service to Eagle County, Colorado and the world community. Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail," interviewed several early and otherwise instrumental members of Vail Rotary Club including: Larry Agneberg, Chris Aubel, Gary Gilman, Reggie O'Brian, Dr. Kent Petrie, Sue Rychel, Jerry Sibley, Jan Strauch, Penny Wilson, and Bill Wilto. Others interviewed in this Vail Rotary Club oral history...
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Vail's first Town Manager, Terry Minger, shares a humorous interaction with Pepi Gramshammer in an oral history interview with John Horan-Kates. Tony Mauro, the Voice of Vail, hosts the featured narrative.
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Sally Hanlon examines her role in establishing Red Sandstone Elementary alongside Josef Staufer, working with Ernie Chavez, the Eagle County School Board president and postmaster in Vail, and the Hanlon’s service on the Vail Mountain School board for over twenty-two years. Bill discusses the establishment of Vail Interfaith Chapel, the Jerry Ford Invitational Golf Tournament, and the Hanlon children teaching in the Blind Skier Program. Bill...
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Elaine White Kelton expounds upon her experiences as a founder of Vail.
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Annie Staufer recounts her memories of moving to Vail in January of 1963, their first charming accommodations, and life "in the Wild West." Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail," performs Staufer's oral history interview. Jonathan Staufer, Annie's son shares his remembrance of the early incarnation of Vail Mountain School at the base of Meadow Mountain near Dowd Junction.
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Founded by George Washington Knox, Sr. on 15 October 1965, The Vail Trail was Vail’s first newspaper. The Vail Trail was a Knox family-owned newspaper that ran from 1965 to 2008. Tony Mauro and Tara Flanagan interviewed Knox family members, as well as fifteen former employee and community members for this remarkable oral history compilation. The oral history narrators include: Allen Knox, Carolyn Knox Keep, Sharon Brown, Kathy Heicher,...
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Josef "Joe" Staufer shares narratives about his childhood in post-World War II Austria, meeting the love of his life, Anne, in Bermuda, stopping for a "visit" in Vail while en route to California in 1962, and becoming friends with President Gerald R. Ford. In addition to Joe Staufer, the "Voice of Vail" Tony Mauro interviewed brother Hermann Staufer, son Jonathan Staufer, and 1960s Vail community members Dave Garton, Patti Langmaid, Jan Strauch,...
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Carolyn Woodward Pope discusses her experiences of Vail and the colorful people she knew.
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Eleanor "Ellie" Caulkins her son, George Peck Caulkins III, and Sheika Gramshammer discuss the early days of Vail with Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail."
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This is the 2nd interview with George Mizner, M.D. by Walter Gallacher. This interview was recorded 4 months after the 1st interview.
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Joan and Jack Carnie, who helped establish the Town of Vail and its skiing community, moved to the Gore Creek Valley in 1962. They speak of their early Vail experiences in this oral history.
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Kathy Lell Heicher discusses the history of Eagle County, Colorado and her early years in Eagle during the 1970s.
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Dave Garton (left) and Packy Walker are legendary jesters and practical jokers of Vail, Colorado. Residents since the 1960s, Walker and Garton share some of their favorite antics. They are interviewed by Dave's son, Bart Garton. Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail," hosted the oral history.
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Interview of Fred and Judy Gold by Walter Gallacher discussing their lives before they moved to Vail and their lives in Vail.
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Oral History interview of Charlyn Canada by Walter Gallacher. The recorded oral history interview, as well as its nominally edited oral history transcript, discusses Charlyn's life, her life in libraries, and her tenure as Director of Library Services during the early years of Vail Public Library (Eagle County, Colorado).
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Marka Moser grew up in Colorado Springs, but has made Vail and Eagle County home for most of her adult life. Marka has been involved with the local newspaper, local schools, and many local organizations. Her story is included in the "Women of Vail" book by Elaine Kelton. Marka is the niece of "Bud" Palmer, long time Vail resident, broadcaster, and professional basketball player.
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Ann and Pepi Langegger were both born in Europe and survived the ravages of World War II. In the aftermath, they individually migrated to North America, and subsequently, met and married in Chicago. They removed to Vail circa 1966. The Langeggers were involved in several landmark restaurants of Vail. Drawn to the Austrian ski and hospitality culture, the Langeggers helped establish the European mountain community feel of Vail.