Episode 66: Warner Glenn (Part 1)

Photo of Wendy and Warner Glenn by Jay Dusard. 

 

Rancher and mountain lion hunter Warner Glenn talks about his family coming to Arizona from Texas in 1896 and shares about his experiences hunting lions in the Southern Arizona desert. Warner's daughter Kelly Kimbro joins the conversation.

 

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3 comments

  • mike
    mike Tallgrass Abbey
    Cultural Documentation done well, is the salvation of this divided country. Andy I appreciate your contribution to the library of our firsthand history --told in our own words. Back just after the turn of the Century I was lucky enough to be accepted into a month long Cultural Documentation field school sponsored by the American Folklife Center ( in the Library of Congress) and BYU. I learned a ton, and came out with diploma/documentation as well as firsthand experience. In this day and age of Covid, I do not know if the American Folklife Center still offers these Field Schools, but if so it might be worth your time to pursue it....that kind of certification could not hurt your funding profile. Best of everything in your next lap around the Sun.~mlw

    Cultural Documentation done well, is the salvation of this divided country. Andy I appreciate your contribution to the library of our firsthand history --told in our own words. Back just after the turn of the Century I was lucky enough to be accepted into a month long Cultural Documentation field school sponsored by the American Folklife Center ( in the Library of Congress) and BYU. I learned a ton, and came out with diploma/documentation as well as firsthand experience. In this day and age of Covid, I do not know if the American Folklife Center still offers these Field Schools, but if so it might be worth your time to pursue it....that kind of certification could not hurt your funding profile. Best of everything in your next lap around the Sun.~mlw

  • dennis moroney
    dennis moroney McNeal, Arizona
    Great interview with Warner Glenn, and Kelly Kimbro, my friends and neighbors. Thanks again Andy, for what you are doing. Oral history is so much more than recording the facts of something that has occurred in someones life, or a chronology of events over time. This is the unwinding of the timeball of a life well and fully lived, narrated in the first person by the person who was there living the event. Much gratitude for recording and sharing this.

    Great interview with Warner Glenn, and Kelly Kimbro, my friends and neighbors. Thanks again Andy, for what you are doing. Oral history is so much more than recording the facts of something that has occurred in someones life, or a chronology of events over time. This is the unwinding of the timeball of a life well and fully lived, narrated in the first person by the person who was there living the event. Much gratitude for recording and sharing this.

  • Dale Bowman
    Dale Bowman Texas
    Really enjoyed the episode

    Really enjoyed the episode

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