2001 11-13, Sealed Tapes Reveal Story of Tragedy / Centralia Women Share Memories
In the third of a series of articles commemorating the 1919 massacre, the Chronicle published the back story and excerpts from sealed, taped interviews with brothers Don and Jim Barner, and friend Bob Leatherwood recorded sometime around 1991. Two women, Nola Campbell who was a high school student at the time of the massacre, and Sylvia Brown, who saw Wesley Everest's body hanging from the Mellen Street Bridge on her walk home from school relate their stories.
Mittge, Brian | Graham, Julie M.
Centralia College, Kirk Library
Chronicle (The), November 13, 2001
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