The KRAB Audio Archive
Portland, Ore. 1932. The Great Depression. Company `Goons' Assault Speaker
Elmer Allen - Union organizer, member Communist Party, carried a "little red songbook" (now available from the Internet Archive)
John Ashford and Sally Pushkara Ashford - Folksinger activists, (See Those Who Led The Way by Bob Nelson)
Del and Pearl Castle - Union organizer, repertory theatre actor, respectively, and activists (See Del Castle's obit, Sep 22, 2006)
John Caughlan - Lawyer representing labor and other progressive causes, KRAB commentator and program participant (See Carol Beers in Seattle Times, Apr 21, 1999)
John Dwyer - Folksinger, librarian, historian, event producer (See Those Who Led The Way by Bob Nelson)
John Gilbert - Actor (definitive ACT Christmas Carol Scrooge) and activist (See Joe Adcock in Seattle PI, Nov 12, 2006)
Fred Ginther - Was Fred Ginther related to the artist (above) Ronald Debs Ginther?
Terry Pettus - Newspaper reporter, union organizer, houseboat advocate (See Ross Reider in HistoryLink)
Slim Waterman - Can anyone tell us something about Slim Waterman?
Produced by Libby Sinclair, and engineered/recorded by Jeff Follette
Recording courtesy Jack Straw Foundation, PA0710
Image of painting by Ronald Debs Ginther courtesy Washington State Historical Society
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