ne of the great treasures of the Princeton Folk Music Society is the membership. Experiences are varied, of course, but collectively and individually they have a lot to tell us. None tell us more than those who have been members since the Society's founding in the 60's.
To commemorate their involvement, here's an interview to record personal histories. In the spirit of the folk tradition, they're passing along their love and knowledge of the music to others. Their experiences recorded here reflect their personal times, once again demonstrating the ability of oral tradition to chronicle our days and make them accessible to those still to come.
Thanks to Arthur and Arlene for sharing their stories. Thanks to you, the reader, interested in knowing more about this cultural legacy.
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