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Title
Margaret Murdock interview
Creator
Hall, Elede
Contributor
Murdock, Margaret
Date Created and/or Issued
1975
Contributing Institution
California Historical Society
Collection
California Revealed from California Historical Society
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Description
Sound recording of Elede Hall's interview with Margaret Murdock, longtime carillon player at the University of California, Berkeley, and daughter of well-known California printer Charles Murdock.
Type
sound
Format
Original
Sound
Audio cassette
Extent
2 Tapes of 2
Identifier
CT 38.1-38.2
chi_00008_t1; chi_00008_t2
Language
English
Subject
Printers--Biography
Murdock, Charles A.--1841-1928
C. A. Murdock & Co
Provenance
California Historical Society
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