Louie Fishbach Interview, ca. 1979

Title

Louie Fishbach Interview, ca. 1979

Authors

Louie Fishbach

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Interviewer

Lee Tempte

Interviewee

Louie Fishbach

Date Recorded

1979

Date Digital

7-29-2020

County

Stevens County

Keywords

Business schools--Minnesota; General stores--Minnesota; Creameries--Minnesota; Accountants--Minnesota; World War, 1939-1945; Roads--Design and construction; Met Lounge (Morris, Minn.); College students

Description

Louie Fishbach was 72 years old and grew up on a farm. His parents were from France. He attended business college, studying accounting, and then worked in a general store and creamery. After World War II, he farmed for a time, but was hailed out.

In this interview, he discusses his history and the jobs he worked, particularly talking about what general stores sold at the time. He talks about his work on a highway to get goods to Alaska during World War II. He discusses his relationship with the UMN Morris students and his job at the Met Lounge.

Run Time

00:09:52

Language

English

Notes

This oral history has no transcript.

Original Format

Reel-to-Reel

Digital Identifier

KMRSFishbach01

Repository

West Central Minnesota Historical Research Center (WCMHRC)

Local Identifier

1019

Louie Fishbach Interview, ca. 1979

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