VERMILION HISTORY MUSEUM AUDIO / VIDEO THEATRE
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VERMILION VIEWS PODCAST #113
This video shows parts of a slide show accomplished by the Olympic Club's Kammer Family outling part of the pictorial history of the Vermilion organization.
George Phillips (b. 1935 - d. 2017)
I captured this video at Ritter Library during a Vermilion Area Archival Society Meeting around 2010 or 11. It's really an interesting piece.
Myrtle Eppler (b. 1915 - d. 2016)
This interview with Rev.Eppler is quite long. The first part is informal small talk. But the entire piece is both interesting and informative.
Vermilion History Museum Apartment
The First video shows the apartment over the Vermilion News Print Shop as it was being renovated to add to the museum early in 2013.
The additional videos were taken in Vermilion c. 1935
Six Years Later
This 2nd video shows the same areas appeared six years after we started. This clip was made on October 28, 2019.
The additional videos were taken around Vermilion c. 1935.
They are silent.
(b. 1917 - d. 2014)
This is an Audio file recorded c. 2005 at the Ritter Library where she did a presentation for the Vermilion Area Archival Society. Nettie was a very interesting person from a very interesting family.
Nancy Alice Tarrant-Emery
June 26, 2014
Nancy is the eldest daughter of Wm. & Ella Roscoe-Tarrant. As a young girl she spent a good deal of time at the family print shop, eventually coming to work there as an adult. She is an entertaining speaker with some entertaining stories
Autobiography of Rev. Lou
The Reverend Louis Bertoni is undeniably one of Vermilion's more influential personalities of the mid to late 20th century. He is also one of the most intelligent. His story is an important one spiritually, socially and historically.
This is a nice memory of Christmas in the Tarrant household in the yesteryear. Methinks ye will like it. I hope that all families own such memories.
From November 21, 2008.
Video documents the building of Vermilion’s
United Church of Christ Congregational Church
It’s a fun and historic slideshow record.
MANY LOCAL PERSONALITIES
This is (from my view) a rare and valuable video c.2010. It showcases short pieces from: Nuggie Cook, Dawn Full, Connie Dropko, Jim Hart, Jim Snell, Lucile Clark, Roger Watkins, John Tuttle, Genevieve Clark,
Melba Walker, Tootie Reisinger, Bill Summers and Marie Tansey.
On September 14, 2009
I had this telephone conversation with Vermilion expatriate Dick Parsons and his wife Jeanne. Dick moved buildings, etc. in Vermilion years ago. But he has a good deal more to ruminate about. It's an appreciable interview.
Rev. James Bidle
Was minister of Vermilion's First Congregational Church from 1956 to 1962. This is a short clip of an address he made at the 50th Anniversary of the current church building on State Street in 2007. It's a very entertaining and informative piece.
MUSEUM TOUR #1 - The Print Shop
Come with me on a tour of the downstairs portion of the Vermilion History Museum.
It's a print shop wherein Vermilion's first substantial newspaper was printed
from 1904 to 1964.
And this is just part of the whole museum.
Rainy A.M. @ the Olympic Club
In this short video clip I was just playing with audio / video techniques. May 2020.
Dictation & HTML for Website
Dictation using Dragon
Dictation is a time-saver. But it's not perfect. I spend a good deal of time editing the dictation. (e.g. It doesn't recognize the difference between "there" and "their".
Placing the Copy on a Webpage
The language is different. Preparing copy for a webpage requires using Hypertext Markup Language (i.e.HTML). But it has to be perfect.
Old Vermilion Clips
Mid 1930s Along the River and at the Olympic Club
This the first of two 1930s videos made from film.
Regatta, the River & Beach
This is the 2nd clip showing games at Regatta, some of the Lagoon homes and the beach at the Lagoons in 1938.
A Fictional History of My Hometown
I wrote this several years ago. It was just for fun.
I will add the rest in the near future.
CHAIN DRUGSTORES IN VERMILION, O. - AND ELSEWHERE
Before everyone forgets - Ohio drugstores when through a number of name changes over the year. And as the title of this piece intimates "Nothing Lasts Forever'.
A CHRISTMAS STORY
THIS IS A PIECE FROM 2008.
ENJOY & HAPPY CHRISTMAS