100th Interview

Centenarians

This is the 100th interview for the oral history website Voices of Oklahoma and it features two ladies who have lived over one hundred years. Rather than selecting a certain individual for this distinction, we chose to interview Opal Moss who is 103 and Vida Culvern 102.

Opal’s story begins in 1917 when she became a resident of the Charles Page Children’s Home in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Vida came to Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1968 from Colorado.

These two ladies are very social and active in their communities. Listen and take tips from them, perhaps you will live to be one hundred.

We have a good start on the next one hundred oral histories, having recorded seventy stories which will be placed on our website, as we work to attain our next goal of two hundred.

So enjoy our two centenarians in our 100th interview, made possible by individuals, foundations, and the University of Tulsa, who believe in preserving Oklahoma’s legacy, one voice at time, on Voices of Oklahoma.com.

VOK’s 100th Interview

Program Credits:
Opal Moss — Interviewee
Vida Culvern — Interviewee
John Erling — Interviewer
Mel Myers — Announcer

Honest Media
Mel Myers — Audio Editor
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Müllerhaus Legacy Website Team
http://www.MullerhausLegacy.com
Douglas Miller — Art Director
Mark DeMoss — Webmaster
Laura Hyde — Upload Coordinator

Date Created: April 23, 2015

Date Published: June 15, 2015

Notes: Recorded by John Erling in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Digital Audio Sound Recording, Non-Music.

Tags: Roaring 20’s, Charles Page, Charles Page Children’s home, Great Depression, Sand Springs 
Geritol, Cententarian