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Mary Ann Ford interview--June 19, 2009
Gifted needlework and decorative crafts artist, who along with her husband Paul, established The Paul and Mary Ann Ford Fly Fishing Collection, at WWU Libraries Special Collections.
Ford, Mary Ann (interviewee)
Belts, Tamara (interviewer)
Ford, Paul, 1934- (photographer)
Smith, Peter A., 1954- (transcriber)
oral histories (document genres)
Ford, Mary Ann--Interviews
Fly Fishing Oral History Program
Digital object made available by Special Collections, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University
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Transcribed using Microsoft Word then saved in PDF format
Mary Ann Ford was raised in Waterville, Washington, and earned degrees from Whitman College (B.A.) and Western Washington University (M.Ed.; Principal's Certificate). Her career included teaching, curriculum director, and principal. In addition to her expertise regarding books and artwork related to fly fishing, Mary Ann Ford is a gifted needlework and decorative crafts artist. Mary Ann Ford is a member of the WWU Libraries Fly Fishing Advisory Group along with her husband Paul.