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Interview describes aspects of the carreer of Ballston Spa photographer Jessie Wooley, including the lantern slide shows, and his sojouns in the Adirondacks to capture his images.

In this interview with Courtney Reid, Anita Skinner Turner discusses her family history, food, school, urban renewal, and the Black Elk's ball.

Edith Van Dorn Luce, in this interview with Mary Ann Cardillo Fitzgerald, discusses growing up on the west side of Saratoga Springs. She remembers school, weddings, work, and restaurants.

Charles Hayes was patient number 100 from 1914-1916 at the Mt. McGregor Sanitarium which was built by Metropolitan Life to hep curb the Tuberculosis epidemic. He describes a typical day as a patient, the surroundings and the dedication ceremony

Harold L. Hall discusses dairy farming, milk production and bottling on the family farm in Greenfield Center