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Flip Breskin oral history (2 of 2)
Second of two interviews conducted with Flip Breskin. Ms. Breskin describes her up-bringing on Mercer Island and her early interest in folk music, and bands and musicians of influence. She relates some of her experiences running Mama Sundays and its history, as well as the evolution of the Puget Sound Guitar camp. Ms. Breskin discusses the strong sense of community in the music scene in Bellingham.
Breskin, Flip (interviewee)
Hogue, Coty (interviewer)
Brion, Laurel (transcriber)
oral histories (literary works)
Puget Sound Guitar Workshop
Whatcom County Homemade Music Society
Whatcom County Homemade Music Society Oral Histories
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Western Washington University
Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
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