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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

Interview with Anita DuRoss discusses women working in the sock mill in Ballston Spa 1946-1968.

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An image of Eugene Corsale.

In this 1999 interview with Leona Casey Signor, Eugene Corsale describes growing up working on the railroad He discusses school and various individuals with whom he grew up.

Recounts the life of Margaret Luther on and around Saratoga Lake 1903-1976. Describes her family background, how her father started the White Sulpher Spring Hotel, the famous people she met there and life in the first third of the twentieth…

Ira Gray, aka Adirondack Ike, recounts his life and experiences in the southern Adirondacks. Gray tells of his childhood on the family farm, lumbering along the Hudson at Jessups Landing, his hunting exploits and his many experiences as a bachelor…

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An image of a page from the 1915 census showing Charles Hayes as a patient.

Charles Hayes talks about his experiences as a patient at the Met Life Sanatorium on Mt. McGregor.