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Jim and Betty Walsh are interviewed by Terrence Cole in Seattle, Washington on October 6th, 2003

Author: James Walsh; Terrence Cole; Robert Hannon
Series: Creating Alaska: the Origins of the 49th State tapes.
Edition/Format:   Musical cassette : Cassette recording : English
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On Part One (Tapes 39 & 40), Jim Walsh talks about his personal background, the Nome fire of 1934, his father, Mike Walsh, Howard Lyng, being one of the models for the Rie Munoz painting "Home Expansion Loan",rebuilding of Nome after the 1934 fire, Peter Freuchen, the making of the movie "Eskimo" which was shot around Nome and Teller, Jim's first plane ride, how his dad, Mike Walsh, came to Alaska, and the death of
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Personal narratives
Named Person: Edward Lewis Bartlett; Charles E Bunnell; Peter Freuchen; Ernest Gruening; John F Kennedy; Ray Mala; Rie Muñoz; Richard M Nixon; Leonhard Seppala; Noel Wien; Sig Wien; William Ransom Wood; Clifford Merit Allyn; Ernie Balsager; Emerson Bassett; Al Carey; Gunnar Clausen; William A Egan; Charles E Fagerstrom; Jim Farrell; Nome Ginneman; Lester Otto Gore; Paul Greimann; Herman Hope; Henry Moore; Thomas D Jensen; Jerry Jones; Mary Erin Walsh King; Ross Kinny; William W Laws; Howard Lyng; Russell G Maynard; Hans Mirow; Madeline Conkins Mirow; Bill Moran; Nancy Gore Murkowski; M Louise Meals Polet; Peter L Reader; Al Robertson; Eileen J Walsh Taylor; Ann Walsh; Betty Walsh; James Walsh; Joe Walsh; Kevin Walsh; Louise Walsh; Michael Joseph Walsh; Pearse Michael Walsh; Curtis Welch, M.D.; Jerdis Winther
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: James Walsh; Terrence Cole; Robert Hannon
OCLC Number: 309453207
Notes: Transcripts are available in the Oral History office. Although Betty Walsh is listed as a narrator on the tape, she actually does not contribute significantly to the interview.
Event notes: Recorded in Seattle, Washington on October 6th, 2003.
Description: 3 sound cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : analog.
Series Title: Creating Alaska: the Origins of the 49th State tapes.

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On Part One (Tapes 39 & 40), Jim Walsh talks about his personal background, the Nome fire of 1934, his father, Mike Walsh, Howard Lyng, being one of the models for the Rie Munoz painting "Home Expansion Loan",rebuilding of Nome after the 1934 fire, Peter Freuchen, the making of the movie "Eskimo" which was shot around Nome and Teller, Jim's first plane ride, how his dad, Mike Walsh, came to Alaska, and the death of his uncle, Nomey Ginneman.

On Part Two (Tapes 41 & 42), Jim Walsh talks about how he got his nickname, "Igloo", the making of the movie "Eskimo", his brothers and sisters entering the Alaska flag competition, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon's visit to Alaska during the presidential campaign of 1960, economic conditions in Nome when he was growing up, marking the roads, the 1925 diptheria epidemic, Leonhard Seppala, and sled dog racing in Nome.

On Part Three (Tapes 43 & 44), Jim Walsh talks about the Walsh Brothers Dairy, Inc. in Nome, his dog, Cheruk, training Alaska Natives as pilots, Ernest Gruening, Bob Bartlett, Bill Egan, the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1935, Charles Bunnell, William Wood, and UAF during WWII. The first part of the George Sundborg interview takes up the last portion of this tape.

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