Lost Recording of an Interview with 1867 Mormon Pioneer Found

by | Dec. 12, 2013

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Getting to know an ancestor through journals, stories and old photographs is one thing.

It’s quite another to actually hear that ancestor’s voice.

A friend's recent discovery of a 1950s recorded interview gave Brittany A. Chapman the rare opportunity to listen to the voice of her 103-year-old pioneer great-great-grandmother, Ruth May Fox. How it came about is another classic example of how digging through family history can sometimes yield an unforeseen treasure.

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