Anna Kathryn Witt (1895-1988) oral history


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Track 1, Transcript p. 1-3:
Transcription:
Creators:
Witt, Anna Kathryn, 1895-1988, Interviewee
Maselli, Briggs
, Interviewer
Media Type:
Audio
Image
Text
Item Type:
Audiocassettes
Description:
Interview with Anna Witt by Briggs Maselli in Wilmette on December 9, 1975.

Abstract:

Sold milk from 800 block of Forest Avenue
Moved to Harms Road on Lake Avenue farm (Wilmette Golf Club grounds)
Returned to Wilmette — bottling plant — ice house eventually sold to Bowman Dairy Co.
Mother’s role — horse and buggy — run away!
School at Lake/Waukegan Road
German background of Mother
Central School experience
East-west Wilmette rivalries
Clothing of children around 1910
Violin lessons for a milk bill
Marriage — Plochman’s mustard
Tornado — Palm Sunday- 1920
“New library” - 1950
Miss Siniff — 1953 — Mrs. Witt and her work for Wilmette Library to present — 1981

Place of Publication:
Wilmette, Illinois
Date of Original:
December 9, 1975
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
R977.31 WI
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
1975
Copyright Holder:
Wilmette Public Library
Copyright Holder Contact Information:
1242 Wilmette Ave.
Wilmette, IL 60091
U.S.A.
Recommended Citation:
Witt, Anna Kathryn, and Briggs Maselli. Anna Witt. Wilmette, Ill: Wilmette Public Library District, 1975.
Contact:
Wilmette Public Library
Email:
WWW address:
Agency street/mail address:
1242 Wilmette Avenue
Wilmette, IL
60091-2558
U.S.A. Phone: 847-256-6930
Anna Kathryn Witt (1895-1988) oral history
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Anna Kathryn Witt (1895-1988) oral history


Interview with Anna Witt by Briggs Maselli in Wilmette on December 9, 1975.

Abstract:

Sold milk from 800 block of Forest Avenue
Moved to Harms Road on Lake Avenue farm (Wilmette Golf Club grounds)
Returned to Wilmette — bottling plant — ice house eventually sold to Bowman Dairy Co.
Mother’s role — horse and buggy — run away!
School at Lake/Waukegan Road
German background of Mother
Central School experience
East-west Wilmette rivalries
Clothing of children around 1910
Violin lessons for a milk bill
Marriage — Plochman’s mustard
Tornado — Palm Sunday- 1920
“New library” - 1950
Miss Siniff — 1953 — Mrs. Witt and her work for Wilmette Library to present — 1981