University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project
Emy Scherrer, the Historic Preservation Officer for Missoula, Montana, discusses the impact of COVID-19 in on historic preservation in Western Montana. She describes how the pandemic has affected local preservation projects as well as worldwide projects, and funding for those projects.
COVID-19 pandemic; Global pandemic; Public history; Western Montana; Coronavirus pandemic; Public health and safety; Missoula County; Montana public health; Social distancing; Masks; Historic preservation; City of Missoula Historic Preservation Office; Preservation funding
University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project, OH 475, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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1 MP3 (00:19:13 min.): digital + 1 transcript (5 p.: 28 cm.)
Scherrer, Emily, "Emily "Emy" Scherrer Interview, June 16, 2020" (2020). University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project. 12.