Book Title: The Bards of Valley View

Author: Bob Douglas

Book Description: Bob Douglas lived among the Bards of Valley View. Here he tells some stories of a group of faculty and administrators at Gustavus whofounded their own neighborhood. You may read this book online, download a free PDF, ePub (Nook) or mobi (Kindle) copy, or purchase a print copy.

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Bob Douglas lived among the Bards of Valley View. Here he tells some stories of a group of faculty and administrators at Gustavus who
founded their own neighborhood. They are familiar names in the history of the college:

  • Floyd and Bea Martinson
  • Chet and Marian Johnson
  • Bob (Esby) and Ruth Esbjornson
  • Vic and Betty Gustafson
  • Ellery and Eileen Petersen
  • Kyle and Doris Montague
  • Don and Marlys Slarks
  • Ross and Lavinia Bloomquist
  • Don and Gene Lund
  • Ellis and Janet Jones

Cumulatively, they served Gustavus for over 600 years and in that time established their own legacies.

 

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Bob Douglas

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Title
The Bards of Valley View
Author
Bob Douglas
License

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The Bards of Valley View by Bob Douglas is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Images in this book are courtesy of the Gustavus Adolphus College Archives. Support for publishing this book was provided by the Minnesota Publishing Project. Grateful appreciation goes to Barbara Fister for her assistance in the book’s production. Any profits that might come from sale of the printed edition will go to the Gustavus Library Associates.

Publisher
Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library
Publication Date
May 15, 2018