Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Works that record interviews conducted to preserve the recollections of persons whose experience or memories are representative or are of special historical or social significance.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Georgia O'Keeffe Oral History Project
Overview The collection consists of interviews with Georgia O'Keeffe's surviving relatives, colleagues, friends, and employees as well as supporting project documentation. The bulk of the materials date from 2000 to 2003 and include audiocassette recordings, typed transcripts, photographs, and research and project records.
McKinley, Henry and Margaret (Peg) Pack, 2000-02-11
Overview Henry McKinley (1929-1914) spent his youth at Ghost Ranch where his parents worked for Arthur Pack. McKinley spent his career working as an agricultural extension agent in range management and tending to his own cattle at his various ranches. He remembers first meeting his wife, Margaret (Peg) Pack McKinley (b. 1927), when they were children together on Ghost Ranch. O'Keeffe purchased her Ghost Ranch house from Arthur Pack, Margaret Pack McKinley's father. Pack and his family were life-long...
McKinley, Margaret (Peg) Pack, 2000-07-12
Overview Margaret (Peg) Pack McKinley (b. 1927) is the daughter of Eleanor (Brownie) Hibben (1898–1992) and Arthur Newton Pack (1893–1975). In 1933 Pack established a guest ranch and nature preserve known as Ghost Ranch. O'Keeffe stayed in the Pack's house during her trips to New Mexico in the early 1930s and eventually purchased the house and six acres from Pack in 1940. Pack and his family were life-long friends of O'Keeffe. McKinley was interviewed by Sarah Burt.