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Gollannek, Eric (Interviewer)

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Foster, Raymond

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2018-07-23

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Raymond Foster spent much of his summers at his grandarents' farm outside Saugatuck, Michigan. His memories include watching many groups of motorcycles enter Saugatuck in the mid- to late-1960s. He also recalls that the geography of the land around the farm allowed him to hear Duke Ellington play at a 1950s jazz festifal that was 1/2 mile away.

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Stories of Summer project, Kutsche Office of Local History. Grand Valley State University



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