Interview with Phil Edmonds

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Title
Interview with Phil Edmonds
Series
Mashapaug Pond
Contributors
Pinto, Aditi (interviewer)
Edmonds, Phil (interviewee)
Date Created
2011-10-23
Abstract
Phil Edmonds emigrated with his parents from Ireland to Providence in the late 1960s. A musician and activist, he talks about his philosophy of life, and the change he has witnessed in Providence over thirty years. He describes his involvement with the Urban Pond Procession project and other community efforts.
Notes
This oral history was conducted by a Brown University student in Anne Valk and Holly Ewald's fall 2011 course "Oral History and Community Memory".
Extent
1 PDF

Citation

"Interview with Phil Edmonds" (2011). Mashapaug Pond. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:240445/

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