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  • Description: Ray Foster grew up on a family farm near Douglas, Michigan. In this interivew, Foster remembers the motorcycle gangs driving through town during summer holiday weekends, the rock music festival in 1968, and the Saugatuck Jazz Festival.
  • Subject: Music festivals
  • Text: was… EG: Sure… RF: So, uh, but I knew this was a unique place, and I knew it had, but, had I known more, in in hindsight, I might of, might of tried to go there because I know they had great music, and uh, I’m a great uh, admirer of that kind of, uh, music
Raymond Foster (Audio interview and transcript), 2018

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  • Text: JA: Oh yeah 38:18 EG: Or kind of just the dynamics. The vibe 38:21 JA: Oh. Well, I mean, there were long lines to get in, and it was just, fun. People watching and seeing what they wear and the music blaring. And you know, visitors all over, and boats
Jeanmarie Hays Arnold (Audio interview and transcript), 2018

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  • Text: are out at the lake, uh, skinny dipping in the boathouse, which was still there at the time, it had a second floor and, uh, people were hanging out there, listening to music and drinking beer. And, uh, and, and I think that was one of my first entries
Mark Randal (Audio interview and transcript), 2018

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  • Description: the summer. In her interview, Nancy remembers a massive influx of college aged people on holiday weekends in the 1960s. Nancy also recounts attending the 1968 music festival that was held in Douglas.
  • Text: interesting, there were a lot of drugs, lot of smoking, um, people were just enjoying themselves, lots of dancing, music was great! You know, it was a beautiful day, didn’t rain so it was very very nice…. NN: That makes a big difference when you were
Nancy Crean (Audio interview and transcript), 2018

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  • Text: , right there there... PD: Exactly!. EG: That you were uh, doing new things. PD: Exactly. EG: So less gear, but you were able to just kind of have that quieter space out there. Did you ever, radio, was music at the beach, or? PD: We did, we would bring our
Paola Doyle (Audio interview and transcript), 2018

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  • Text: in Saugatuck, things like music festivals, motorcycle races parties? You've talked about the parties. KM: Yeah. AM: Did you ever go to any parties that were you know like invited, you are invited with a whole bunch of others? KM: Yeah, you know, I don't, I
Karen Morgan (Audio interview and transcript), 2018

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  • Subject: Music festivals
Candace Van Oss (Audio interview and transcript, Part 2 of 2), 2018

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  • Text: comes right down. And you just walk right onto it and get into the bus. And um, I’m working with Phyllis right now to get an arrangement for chamber music because the problem with our patrons is parking. 33:35 JO: That’s right 33:36 JM: They get
Joy Muehlenbeck and Jerry Muehlenbeck-Elsinga (Audio interview and transcript), 2018