Betty Dailey-Nugent

Michigan native Betty Dailey-Nugent has lived in Florida for nearly twenty five years. In this time, her love of history has propelled her to become among the most active and committed volunteers for historical preservation work throughout Sarasota County. She currently owns and resides in the Lampp House Museum in Englewood.

Student Interviewer: Chelsea Driver

Chelsea Driver is a third year cultural anthropology student at New College of Florida. This is her first introduction to oral history, but she hopes to pursue more oral history projects in the future.

Interview Transcripts

Posted in: 2013

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