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Mary Spaich Oral History Interview

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“Mary Spaich Oral History Interview,” Madison Historical, accessed December 6, 2022, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/2252.

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Description

This oral history interview with Mary Spaich was part of oral histories conducted in the fall 2001 semester of History 447: Oral History.

In this interview, Mary Spaich discusses growing up in the Lincoln Place neighborhood of Granite City. She was born in Granite City in 1916 to Serbian parents who had immigrated from Yugoslavia in 1914. She describes her life in Lincoln Place and changes in the area since her childhood.

Subjects

  • culture
  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City
  • immigration

Date

November 16, 2001

Language

English

Type

  • Oral History

Format

  • mp3
  • pdf

Duration

  • 0:59:50

Interviewer

Koenig, Joshua

Interviewee

Spaich, Mary

Bit Rate

205 kbit/s

Coverage

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City, Illinois
  • 1910s - 2000s

Identifier

  • Spaich-Mary-O-001
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