|Title||Josephine Cornick Ross|
|Collection||Oral History Collection|
|Year Range from||1979|
|Year Range to||1979|
|Narrator's name||Josephine Cornick Ross|
Transcript of Josephine Cornick Ross oral history as interviewed by an unknown female on May 29, 1979.
Josephine Cornick Ross, interviewed by an unknown female, 05/29/1979. Josephine Cornick Ross discusses her family and their home on Front Street; childhood games; her work at Bon Marche and Frederick & Nelson's; the Depression; World War II; the Ku Klux Klan; Prohibition; travel to Seattle; the Issaquah Theater; and Monohon.
In this interview with Josephine Cornick Ross recorded on May 29, 1979, Josephine Cornick Ross describes:
Page 1: Her Scottish heritage and her family; how her father built coal cars for the mines; and their company house;
Page 2: How they later owned a home on Front Street, the Depression, World War II, and the Ku Klux Klan (KKK);
Page 3: Prohibition, the Tibbetts family, the Webster property, and taverns in Issaquah;
Page 4: Automobiles, travel to Seattle, and her childhood games;
Page 5: How she attended school through the eighth grade, and then worked at Bon Marche;
Page 6: How she worked at Frederick & Nelson's, her marriages, and the Issaquah Theater;
Page 7: A talent contest at the Issaquah Theater, dance halls, and selling milk to the Issaquah Creamery;
Pages 8-9: Monohon, the fish hatchery, and the lack of roads.
Bars & Saloons
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
Play & Games
Streets and Roads
World War II
Girou, Gabrielle: See "Longville, Gabrielle Girou"
Ross, Josephine M. Cornick