Paul & Betty Dinwoodey, Salt Lake City, Utah: an interview by Joseph Arave
No.383, Paul and Betty Dinwoodey, interview by Joseph Arave
Dinwoodey, Paul, 1909-1990
Arave, Joe (Andrew Joseph), 1957-2012; Cooley, Everett L.; University of Utah. American West Center
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Transcript (33 pages) of interview by Joseph Arave with Paul and Betty Dinwoodey on July 19, 1989. This interview is no. 383 in the Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project, and tape no. U-1114
In a 1989 interview with Joe Arave, Paul Dinwoodey (b. 1909), prominent Salt Lake City furniture merchant, is joined by his wife Betty in recalling their experiences as Utah skiers in the late 1930s- early 1940s. They focus their recollections primarily on Brighton describing facilities, clothing, equipment, and personalities.