Want to dive into the collection without exploring full interviews? Here is an ever-growing list of short edits that we are producing for our friends over at Arizona Public Media.
Stella Jacobs spent her middle school years picking cotton in Marana, Arizona while rapidly learning English and attending school in Tucson. This story kicked off our twice-monthly segment of Archive Tucson material on Arizona Public Media.
Eating jackrabbit, killing the car battery by listening to the radio, and riding the rails over the flooded Santa Cruz River to school. In this edited clip from Archive Tucson, Trinidad Padilla tells of growing up in the--now ghost town--of Sasco, Arizona.
In the 1940s, a Jewish family in Colonia Solana is asked to remove their name from their mailbox to discourage other “non-Christians” from moving into the deed-restricted neighborhood. This story was excerpted from Stanley Feldman's oral history and broadcast in the context of an Arizona Public Media story about housing discrimination in Tucson.