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Music and Arts in Carmel
Carmel Preservation Foundation
Sales, Enid
Manor, Arnold
Shaner, Harriett
Cappy, William
Barrows, Ann
Date Created and/or Issued
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Harrison Memorial Library
California Revealed from Harrison Memorial Library
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Oral history interview with longtime Carmel residents Enid Sales (1922-2008), Harriet Shaner, Arnold Manor, Bill Cappy, Ann Barrows, about the history of art and music in Carmel. Recorded in 1993. Part of a series of interviews conducted by the Carmel Preservation Foundation. This interview is part of a series of oral histories with longtime Carmel locals, which gather their stories of the early days of Carmel, both the well-known artists and photographers and authors, but also the daily life of the town, its schools and homes and businesses, that made Carmel a community that people return to again and again.
1st Murphy House Tape Re: Music and Arts in Carmel; Enid Sales, Harriet Shaner, Arnold Manor, Bill Cappy, Ann Barrows
Audio cassette
Oral histories
1 Tape of 1
Carmel (Calif.)
Harrison Memorial Library
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