Shaw Historical Library at Oregon Institute of Technology

Shaw Oral History Project - Burton Edwards

Oral History:

Interview#: OH023
Interviewee: Burton Edwards
Interviewer: Barbara Dittman and Anne Clark
Date: 12/4/2011
Location: Shaw Library
Length: 1:08:46
Subjects: Illustrative arts technology, OTI   

Time Index
Topic
0:00 - 9:30 Interview documentation process.
9:30 - 11:50 Introductions, school history; work history; OTI.
11:50 - 17:00 Designing the Annual; Living in Klamath; Old Fork Road Campus; OTI classes.
17:00 - 20:00 Illustrative Arts Technology Degree; Winston Purvine, Burton House
20:00 - 24:45 Car Museum Building
24:45 - 27:44 Burton House
27:44 - 30:18 Job Hunting, Designing maps, learning to use computers
30:18 - 32:50 Economics, Burton Finance
32:50 - 36:25 OTI extra-curricular activities, Cousins graduation, Friends
36:25 - 42:07 Owl Mascot, Parade, working with KOG
42:07 - 44:30 Naming street names
44:30 - 46:48 KOG and KOG stories
46:48 - 48:00 Museum; Working for school systems;
48:00 - 51:00 Dad owned a slaughter house. Burton's Dad.
51:00 - 54:40 Journey coming to this interview; Burton's Friends; John Mansfield Plant. OTI
54:40 - 59:50 OTI and OIT, Klamath Falls, De-DPew family
59:50 - 1:02:30 Klamath Falls, Neighbourhood Association"
1:02:30 - 1:04:43 Police Department, Family
1:04:43 - 1:08:43 Cars, Car experience
Picture of Burton Edwards

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