Gift; Connie Sullivan-Blum of the ARTS Council; 2012; 1000123937 ; 1000123938
"Tales from Agnes: 1972 flooding in the Chemung Valley is a podcast series presenting local stories about the Hurricane Agnes flood. When the Chemung River overwhelmed the regional flood walls, it took 18 lives, swept away whole homes and destroyed millions of dollars of property. Despite the tragedy it caused, the Flood was also a turning point for the area"--Accompanying material.
Narration by Trevor Worthey ; memoirs by Barbara Dick, Lisa Tober, Linda Howell, Bill Earl, Tom Dewolf, Linda Peterson, Darby Webster, Dan Rinker, David Forrest, Mary Alice Chase, Beth Walter Honadle, Jane Spillman, William J. Misnick Sr., Susan Harris, Connie Sullivan-Blum, Kasey Cox, Betty Arcangeli, Ruth Atkinson, David Higgins, Scott Kirk, Gina Buckley, Donna Kerr-Nowlan, Rita Kautz, Lee Schaeffer, David Dowler, Bart Curtis.
Title from accompanying printed material.
The ARTS Council collected the stories for Tales from Agnes using a digital voice mail service that allowed peple in the community to tell their their flood stories in their own voices. These stories have been shaped into brief, thematic episodes.
Made possible by funding from the New York State Council on the Arts and the Community Foundation of Elmira, Corning and the Finger Lakes, Inc.