Oral history interview with Ginny Callan

CallanGinny.pdf
CallanGinnyAudioLog2015-07-27.pdf

Title

Oral history interview with Ginny Callan

Description

Ginny Callan recounts growing up in Queens, New York in the context of the late 60s, and discusses her life at Goddard College from 1970 to 1974, including classes, dorms, campus life, and the Bread and Puppet Theater. She also describes her work with the anti-nuclear movement in Montpelier, Vermont, and protests against Seabrook and Vermont Yankee nuclear power plants. She then speaks of opening The Horn of the Moon Café in 1977 in Montpelier, of the early days of the food movement when there was little competition in the area for vegetarian food, and recalls Montpelier at that time.

Date

27 July 2015

Identifier

AudioFile1970s-53

Format

MP3

Type

Audio File

Coverage

Plainfield (Vt.)
Montpelier (Vt.)

Rights

Permission to publish material from the Vermont 1970s Counterculture Project must be obtained from the Vermont Historical Society.

Interviewer

Rowell, Leslie

Interviewee

Callan, Ginny, 1952-

Location

Montpelier (Vt.)

Duration

1 hr., 17 min., 4 sec.

Repository

Vermont Historical Society Library, 60 Washington Street, Barre, VT 05641-4209

Citation

“Oral history interview with Ginny Callan,” Digital Vermont: A Project of the Vermont Historical Society, accessed February 6, 2023, https://digitalvermont.org/vt70s/AudioFile1970s-53.