Native Stone Scenic Byway: Art & Architecture Transcription Archive

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Dea "Dede" Brokesh, President of LDB Landscape Architecture & Engineering, LLP, Manhattan, KS, is the Project Director. She developed the idea for the project, wrote the grant, interviewed people, transcribed interviews, wrote a summary report, prepared the slide presentation, and managed the project. The Native Stone Scenic Byway Committee hired LDB to direct the project. Dr. Bonnie Lynn Sherow was hired to advise the NSSBC on the grant application as well as best practices for capturing oral histories. Marsha Ericson, Chair of the Native Stone Scenic Byway Committee, led her volunteers to invite people to the program and was the public speaker of the program. Debbie Bell is the treasurer of the NSSBC.

Funding for this project was provided by the Humanities Kansas, a nonprofit cultural organization that connects communities with history, traditions, and ideas to strengthen civic life. Additional time for this project was donated by the Native Stone Scenic Byway Committee, Marsha Ericson, Chair and Dea "Dede" Brokesh, LDB Landscape Architecture & Engineering LLP, Manhattan, KS.

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    Dea "Dede" Brokesh, President of LDB Landscape Architecture & Engineering, LLP, Manhattan, KS, is the Project Director. She developed the idea for the project, wrote the grant, interviewed people, transcribed interviews, ...

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