Irene Toth, a member of the board of trusttees of WCPC and an amatuer historian discusses both the history of the West Creek area and her life in Cleveland since 1928. Also discussed are the positive environmental effects of the project and the social identification of the "naturalist group" she is a part of. Toth also examines the group's future and transition from a single-issue committee to a conservancy advocate.
Toth, Irene (interviewee)
Tucci, Paula (interviewer)
Rivers Roads and Rails 2008
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"Irene Toth Interview, 2008" (2008). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 517017.