The Mill at Anselma Oral History Project

An Interview with Barbara Seiple

Interviewee

Barbara Seiple

Interviewer

Morgana Olbrich

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Susanna Throop and Johanna Mellis

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Description

This interview features Barbara Seiple, who has been living next to the Mill at Anselma since 1965. Ms. Seiple discusses the various changes that she has seen at the Mill, as well as, the changes that she has encountered in Chester Springs, Pughtown, and East Nantmeal. In addition, she describes what it was like to learn in a one-room school building and how the community shifted from rural farming to urban living.

Interview Date

7-22-2019

Interview Length

1:03:54

City

Chester Springs

Keywords

Pughtown, East Nantmeal, Ludwigs Corner, elementary education, Montessori, commuters, white collar jobs, blue collar jobs, urbanization, Oliver Collins, Chester Springs, the Mill at Anelma, dairy, Phoenixville, Paoli, development, community events, one-room school, blackboard, chalkboard, Owen J. Roberts School Board, farmers, fox hunting, hay, corn, milling, blade sharpening, lake, innovation, industrialization, rural, urban

Disciplines

Digital Humanities | Economic History | Historic Preservation and Conservation | Nonprofit Administration and Management | Oral History | Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration | United States History

Comments

This interview was funded by the Abele Family Foundation and conducted at the Mill at Anselma.

Rights Statement

This interview is available for educational use only. For other permissions, please contact the Mill at Anselma by email at Executive.Director@AnselmaMill.org or by phone at 610-827-1900.

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