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Beth Gross discusses 4 eventful decades in Swarthmore. Beth co-owned (with partner Don Delson) and edited and operated the Swarthmorean Newspaper from 1989 to 2015. Beth also pioneered the girls half of the A Better Chance educational program, owned and...
Alice "Putty" Willetts grew up in Swarthmore, and has lived here nearly 100 years. She is interviewed by her former gym class student who is now also a senior citizen, Barbara Bernhardt. Putty taught gym for decades. She was on...
The Garfinkel's cat, Buddy got lost. When he came back, he had a broken leg, but they took him to the vet, and he is going to be okay.
Janna Rhodes share her first memories of Swarthmore.
Rowan shares a story... the Story of Rapunzel.
What would be on the blooper reel of your life? ..we used the wrong kind of paint....
Sharon Ford talks about the library, storytimes, borough hall and library renovations, memorable library events & more.
Phyllis Hasbrouck talks about her Huguenot heritage, girl scouts, and her mother, Margaret who was her girl scout leader.
Favorite memories, roofing in Swarthmore, Flyers games, children's ideas of where babies come from.
A Swarthmore Quaker discusses Swarthmore in the mid-twentieth century.
There has been a historically black neighborhood in Swarthmore, PA the area South east of Yale Avenue where Bowdoin, Brighton, Kenyon, and Union come together, there has for at least about 100 years. Swarthmore Public Library asked Calvin Coleman and...
Jim Joyce of Swarthmore talks to Folklorist Darcy Fair about his fascinating work with musical artists, his early life in Swarthmore, and his very entertaining and influential grandfather, 'Pops.'
1964 World's Fair featured Belgian Waffles... just like the Swarthmore Farmer's Market.
John Alston talks about his decades founding and directing the Chester Children's Chorus.
Community elders, Calvin Coleman and his sister, Betty Ann Wilson discuss growing up in the Historically African American Section of Swarthmore.
Kourtney walked Simon down to the Inn in Swarthmore where they share a warm meal in front of the fire and enjoyed the snowstorm.
Charlie has owned and operated Swarthmore Hardware since 1985. He worked there since 1970.
Jean talks about Auggie, her dog, who plays hide and seek. And her future plan to join the Peace Corps.
John Alston talks about decades of founding and directing the Chester Children's Chorus