Fascinating recollections of events about local history by local people! Listen as Farmington Residents share their memories of important events and the way of life in town as it grew from the 1920s through the 1950s.
These interviews are actual recordings of local long-standing residents of Farmington and Unionville. Listen as they remember horse and sleigh rides, parades, hardships and friendships; Center School and Farmington High School; the trolleys; the ’55 flood. Their stories bring you back to days gone by and give you a sense of the rhythm of life in their childhood.
The following twenty-two residents have been interviewed:
Gloria Holcombe Barlow
Irma Staples Bush
M. I. Cake
Anna Judatz Grise
Martha Beissner Hale
Arlene Judd Olson and Mildred Judd Ross
Leroy “Bud” Sheely
How to review these histories?
*Borrow the edited interviews from the Farmington Room in the main library. Most of them include photos and some of them other historical material.
*Listen to actual recordings in the Farmington Room.
How to become involved?
Contact Cathy Davis at 860-677-8223 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our group of volunteers and help continue the important work of documenting local history or suggest people who might be interested in being interviewed.