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Interviews, 1959-1960.

Author: Hans F Kuether; Betty Cass
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Two tape-recorded interviews with Kuether by Betty Cass of WIBA radio, one September 4, 1959 (Tape 248A) and the other September 26, 1960 (Tape 337A). The interviews concern Kuether's interest in the various examples of Pomeranian architecture in Wisconsin and his hope of gathering these examples together into an artificial historic village.
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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
Sound recordings
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Hans F Kuether; Betty Cass
OCLC Number: 173693067
Description: 2 tape recordings.

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Two tape-recorded interviews with Kuether by Betty Cass of WIBA radio, one September 4, 1959 (Tape 248A) and the other September 26, 1960 (Tape 337A). The interviews concern Kuether's interest in the various examples of Pomeranian architecture in Wisconsin and his hope of gathering these examples together into an artificial historic village.

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