Kay Laughlin, a historian of Bay Village, recalls the founding of the village, including a lengthy biographical sketch of the Cahoon family. She describes the pride she felt in living in, and being a part of, the Bay Village community. While discussing her experiences in the village, she notes its relationship to surrounding towns. Finally, Laughlin describes the importance and purpose of historical societies and shares her experience with the Bay Village Historical Society Museum.
Laughlin, Kay (interviewee)
Peters, Dave (interviewer); Grossman, Rob (interviewer)
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"Kay Laughlin interview, 19 May 2011" (2011). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 999084.