Michael Kline

Interviewee Collection Sort descending Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation
Amy Moore Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings

Amy Moore Flood Story

Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines, Berea College Special Collections & Archives
Helen Sites Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings
Helen Sites, Brushy Run Pendleton County Flood 2-14-1986 
Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines, Berea College Special Collections & Archives
Vittie and Thelma Lipscomb Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings
Vittie and Thelma Lipscomb 4-3-1986 interviewed by M. Kline 
Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines, Berea College Special Collections & Archives
Bo Haddix Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings
Bo Haddix 3-19-1986 interviewed by M. Kline
Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines, Berea College Special Collections & Archives
Icy Sampson Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings
Icy Sampson 3-7-1986 interviewed by M. Kline 
Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines
Bob Klein Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings
Bob Klein, Tucker County Mental Health 
Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines, Berea College Special Collections & Archives
Janet Brashler Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings

Janet Brashler is a forest archeologist with the USDA Forest Service, specializing in prehistoric Native American sites in the Eastern United States. She holds an undergraduate degree in anthropology from Northwestern University, a master's in anthropology from Michigan State University, and a Ph.D. from the same institution. Brashler has taught college for seven years and has worked for the Forest Service for almost eight years. Her research interests focus on the adaptation and coping of prehistoric North American Indians, particularly in the Eastern United States.

Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines
Charles and Arlene Brock Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings

Charles Brock, born in Lobelia, Pocahontas County, worked as a wildlife manager with the Department of Natural Resources, focusing on game management and habitat improvement. Arlene Brock, originally from Huttonsville, is part of a large family of nine girls and six boys. The couple raised a family of seven sons and seven daughters, and their lives have been marked by extensive travel and experiences in various locations, including New Mexico, Texas, and Florida. 

Michael Kline Parsons, WV Talking Across the Lines, Berea College Special Collections & Archives
John Anvill Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings

John T. Anvill was born in St. George, Tucker County, and has lived in the area his entire life. He was born to William Anvill and Loretta White, who were also lifelong residents of Tucker County. John was raised in a large family of nine siblings, consisting of one brother and seven sisters. Growing up in St. George, John attended school at Mount Olive, located three miles away from his hometown. He went through at least the eighth grade before taking civil service examinations, though he did not pursue a career in that field.

Michael Kline Tucker County, WV Talking Across the Lines, Berea College Special Collections & Archives
Cleta and Norman Long Tucker County, West Virginia Flood Audio Recordings
Michael Kline Interviewed Cleta and Norman Long in Hendricks, WV on 12-17-1985 
Michael Kline Hendricks, WV Talking Across the Lines