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And two - we prefer smaller cars, and had purposely reserved a small car, yet were unable to get the one we reserved.

Interviews, most of which have been conducted by volunteers in the Maria Rogers Oral History Program, cover a wide range of people including pioneers, settlers, cattlemen, farmers, homesteaders, housewives, university professors, activists, attorneys, physicians, coal miners and teachers.

The interviews of these men and women consist of personal reminiscences and recollections which give the flavor of everyday life and how the narrator experienced and remembers it.

While the tapes and summaries of the oral history program are part of the library’s reference collection and may not be checked out, the facility allows for the individual listening of interviews during regular library hours.

The entire oral history collection is available on the library’s new digital archive, a computer-based database which makes the interviews more accessible to search and to hear.

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We were very happy to be able to rent this vehicle in Boulder and return to an Avis outlet in Denver.We were also very pleased to receive a Ford Escape rather than the sedan that we thought we would get.

Topics discussed in each interview vary widely depending upon the interviewee: from covered wagons and cattle drives to tea dancing and mansions, from politics to land purchases, from railroads to Rocky Flats, mountain climbing, tungsten mining, ice skating, songs, winter and summer storms, tunnels, hotels, prairie “neighborhoods,” flu epidemics, home remedies, one-room schoolhouses and the histories of local institutions such as the University of Colorado. Rogers, the woman who nurtured the vision and the volunteers for more than 12 years, creating what is now one of the largest collections of local oral history in the entire U. Her book , was gleaned from hundreds of interviews in the collection, capturing the personal and public history of the pioneers and early residents of Colorado.Because of that, he could not help me adjust my reservation and made the check-in a headache for the local office staff when I got back. However, I only used the car to drive to do errands one day very nearby and I returned it a day early, and the gas tank was on full as far as I could tell.He also let me know they have a 29 minute "grace period" to return my car or there were fees attached. When I returned it, another man said it was not full and I was very surprised to see my charges jump $20.I did not use it enough to be charged that much more.Also there is NO WAY to talk to anyone at the local office.This upsets me for two reasons - first, we would have been charged for the upgrade had we not refused, even though the car we reserved a month in advance was not there.