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Ray Nibbe, Charity Fries, and Bob Penfield interview
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TitleRay Nibbe, Charity Fries, and Bob Penfield interview
Date of Original1999-11-20
CreatorFisher, Brian
Creator RoleInterviewer;
DescriptionAn interview with Ray Nibbe, Charity Fries, and Bob Penfield for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Ray and Charity share information on the Johnson Fuel Company Briquette Plant, and coal mines in Scranton, North Dakota. They also discuss the Scranton Brick and Tile Works brick plants in Scranton, which produced a red-colored brick and was used all over Bowman County, and a turkey farm near Scranton. Bob Penfield tells a story of a mail order bride that came to Buffalo Springs.
General SubjectBusiness & Industry
Subject (LCTGM)Interviews
Cities & towns
Coal mining
Brick industry
Personal NameNibbe, Ray
Fries, Charity
Penfield, Bob
LocationBowman County (N.D.)
Scranton (N.D.)
Buffalo Springs (N.D.)
Item NumberPTRM-41A
Format of OriginalAudio cassettes
Transcription"Ray Nibbe and Charity Fries, History of Briquette Coal Plant-Johnson Fuel Plant-Burned 1917. Brick Plant Location in Scranton. Dates of businesses and events in Scranton, ND. History of the Businesses in Scranton, ND. Bob Penfield told of mail order bride to Buffalo Springs, ND. Moonlight Pavilion burned 1938 by Kalisiak Mine"—Handwritten on tape 40A
Repository InstitutionPioneer Trails Regional Museum
Credit LinePioneer Trails Regional Museum (PTRM-41A)
Rights ManagementCopyright status unknown.
Ordering InformationPioneer Trails Regional Museum
12 First Ave. N. P. O. Box 78
Bowman, ND 58623
GrantNHPRC SNAP Grant 2009-2010 NAR10-RC-10062-09
Digital IDdmPTRM41A
Media StandardMPEG Audio
Audio Tracks2 track stereo (unmixed)
Data Rate128 kbps
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