Mesa County Oral History Project ➔ Oral History Alfred Flagg

Oral History -- Audiocassette

Alfred Flagg discusses his life in early Mesa County as a barber owning his own beauty shop, how the Great Depression affected local businesses, and the social activities in Grand Junction during the 1920’s and 30’s.

A barber and hairdresser,  Delta, Dowers Wholesale Grocery, Sommerset, The depression, Fair Store, Mr. William Moyer, Lincoln Park Golf Course, Model T Ford, Rose Race Track, Dog and Pony Show
Content Date:
1920 – 1940
Interview Date:
June 30 1977
Related collection
Mesa County Oral History Project The Mesa County Oral History Project began as a joint project of the Museums of Western Colorado and Mesa County Libraries (MCL) in 1975.

What IS Oral History?
An oral history is an audio or video recording of a person speaking about their personal, lived experience of historical events. 

The Oral History Project collected...
Related people
Alfred Lawrence Flagg (narrator)
Evelyn H. Kyle (interviewer)
Justina Nelson (interviewer)