Interview with Phyllis Bergquist, November 20, 2010

Project: Reflections: Lexington - Hospice of the Bluegrass Oral History Project

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Interview Summary

In this interview, Ms. Phyllis Bergquist describes her life, especially her career in music. She discusses playing the piano since she was three years old, teaching music to her children, and serving as a nurse aid in World War II.

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2011oh025_hosp006

Interviewee Name

Phyllis Bergquist

Interview Date

2010-11-20

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Family Minnesota.

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