Judith Pressmar and Cathy Luiken
Ruth Cameron recounts her childhood in Harlowtown, Montana, and her experience with the U.S. Forest Service through her husband’s career. She discusses their residences at several Forest Service ranger stations. She details her married activities, such as cooking and hiring transient help for her family’s ranch. Cameron recounts some local history of the railroad, and finishes with commentary on the relationship between the Forest Service and the community.
Harlowtown, Montana; Lewis and Clark National Forest; U.S. Forest Service; Forest Service ranger stations; Homemakers, Montana; Ranchers, Montana
Lewis and Clark National Forest Passport in Time Interviews, OH 365, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 sound cassette (02:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (29 p.: 28 cm.)
Cameron, Ruth and Blaquiere, Ray, "Ruth Cameron and Ray Blaquiere Interview, September 12, 1997" (1997). Lewis and Clark National Forest Passport in Time Oral History Project. 14.