Interview of James E. Largent Sr. by Randy Watts on July 30, 2015. The interview focuses on the Largent's experiences growing up and his time working for a railroad company.
Cumberland County has been the home of thousands of individuals and organizations. Each has contributed to its history in ways both small and large. The Gardner Digital Library collects these stories in the Memory Bank. From Oral Histories of locals experiences in World War II to serving local civic organizations to growing up in Carlisle, Silver Springs Township, the West Shore, or Shippensburg, the Memory Bank is a place where the collected stories of Cumberland County can be shared and engaged with to present a fuller history of the County.
Interview of Jack Larson for the Elizabeth V. and George F. Gardner Digital Library. Larson discusses how he came to be a pastor in the Presbyterian Church including his eventual role as the Music Director and Associate Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Interview of Cassie Line for the Elizabeth V. and George F. Gardner Digital Library. Line discusses her early life growing up at Greystone and Pomfret Street as well as the many friends and family she has known including stories of her husband Jim Line.
Interview of Jesse Long by Michael Collins on January 28, 2015. Long discusses growing up outside Carlisle, Pennsylvania in Carlisle Springs and his service in the Vietnam War with the United States Army Security Agency.
Interview of Bob Loy for the Elizabeth V. and George F. Gardner Digital Library. Loy discusses his time on the Carlisle High School Band under the leadership of Band Director Hans Uberseder.
Interview of Seth Lynch by Blair Williams for the Elizabeth V. and George F. Gardner Digital Library in conjunction with the Greater Carlisle Heart and Soul Project. Lynch discusses his love of weather and storm chasing in Cumberland County.
This is an oral history conducted by Steven Burg with Catharine MacCaffray at her home in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on June 20, 2002 as part of the Cumberland County Women During World War Two Oral History Project. MacCaffray discusses her experience as a volunteer nurse's aid for the American Red Cross in various hostitals in Carlisle. MacCaffray further talks about other various experiences including working at C. H. Masland's, seeing German POWs, and rationing.
Interview with Isabel Masland at her office in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania on June 19, 2002, with Jennifer Elliott as part of the Cumberland County Women During World War Two Oral History Project. Masland discusses life during World War II including rationing, boarding Carlisle Barracks soldiers at her home, and experiencing V-J day in New York City.
Isabel Carpenter Masland discusses growing up in the Two Mile House outside of Carlisle, Pennsylvania during World War II.
Interview of Athan Mazias by Blair Williams on April 27, 2015. The interview focuses on the Hamilton Restaurant and the Greek Community in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.