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Martin Rolfness and Conrad Soderstrom interview
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TitleMartin Rolfness and Conrad Soderstrom interview
Date of Original2004-11-20
CreatorFisher, Brian
Creator RoleInterviewer;
DescriptionAn interview with Martin Rolfness and Conrad Soderstrom for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Martin and Conrad talk about the history of Griffin, North Dakota, now a ghost town. The town was more of a business town and there were not many residents, and it had the biggest stockyards in the county. They also talk about the Griffin cemetery, and an old uranium burner site in the area.
General SubjectCity & Town Life
Education
People
Social Life & Customs
Transportation
Subject (LCTGM)Interviews
Reminiscing
Railroads
Stockyards
Stores & shops
Radioactive wastes
Schools
Churches
Cemeteries
Personal NameRolfness, Martin
Soderstrom, Conrad
LocationBowman County (N.D.)
Griffin (N.D.)
Decade2000-2009
Item NumberPTRM-61-1
Format of OriginalAudio cassettes
Transcription"Ghost Town. Soderstrom, Conrad. Rolfness, Martin. History of Griffin, ND. Business in town and largest stockyards in county west if the elevator was 3 elevators 2 section houses for the railroad workers to stay, and a depot west of stockyards. Uranium burner at Griffin, ND"—Handwritten on tape 61.
Repository InstitutionPioneer Trails Regional Museum
Credit LinePioneer Trails Regional Museum (PTRM-61-1)
Rights ManagementCopyright status unknown.
Ordering InformationPioneer Trails Regional Museum
12 First Ave. N.
P. O. Box 78
Bowman, ND 58623
701-523-3600
dpearson@ndsupernet.com
LanguageEnglish
GrantNHPRC SNAP Grant 2009-2010 NAR10-RC-10062-09
Digital IDdmPTRM-611
Media StandardMPEG Audio
Duration00:37:09
Audio Tracks2 track stereo (unmixed)
Data Rate128 kbps
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