Jack Burch at Age 92 Recalls Grandview’s 1920, 30s, 40s…

 

Jack Burch worked at Grandview’s local newspaper, the Highland Echo, from 1949 until he retired in 1994 as the owner and publisher.
This video interview starts with Jack’s experiences in Grandview in the 1920s and 1930s, and covers his experiences overseas in World War II. After the War, Jack describes his work at the Highland Echo and his experiences with the Italian immigrants – who made great soccer coaches.
The interview ends with various images and articles from the Highland Echo over its long history since 1917.
This film was part of a New Horizons grant to encourage people to use their smart phones to record interesting people for the benefit of everyone, and then to encourage the use of free computer software to make the footage into interesting short films. Anyone can do it!

2 thoughts on “Jack Burch at Age 92 Recalls Grandview’s 1920, 30s, 40s…

  1. Well done Bruce. I quite enjoyed it. One day someone will do a vid history of you and all you’ve done for Grandview, aka ‘Little Italy’, aka, ‘The Drive’. Bravo dude.

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