Driving Through Time - The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway
Oral History Interview with Ted Pease, August 5, 1980
|Transcript (45 p.)|
|Complete Audio File (MP3 format)||Unavailable|
|Abstract||Ted K. Pease worked on the Blue Ridge Parkway as a project landscape architect. In this interview, he talks about the history of numerous landmarks along the parkway. Pease, while looking at a map entitled "Moses H. Cone Memorial Parks and Trails," talks about the history of the Cone estate and members of the Cone family. Specifically, he talks about various buildings, their uses and the people that occupied them. He also talks about trails on the estate and how they came into existence. Pease also touches on conscientious objectors and the Civilian Conservation Corps.|
|Date||August 5, 1980|
|Interviewee occupation||Landscape developer and park horticulturalist|
|Interviewee DOB||November 21, 1909|
|Interviewer||Bruce, Robert G.
Jolley, Harley E.
|Subject||Moses H. Cone Estate
Cone Manor House
Cone Carriage House