Joyce A. Aros
Re: Edith Kitt...
Thu Sep 22, 13:27


...It is interesting that Edith Kitt had an impressive Resume and was considered a leading authority on Arizona history; but when reading over Frank Vaughn's memoirs recorded by Mrs. Kitt, I am disappointed that she seemed uninterested in asking questions or requesting more information on important memorandums. Seems she didn't work too hard or maybe the person she was recording was not very expressive.

Does she had a composite collection of her interviews or are they all at random at the A.H.S?

  • Re: Edith KittBob Atwood, Thu Sep 22 12:58
    The online bio says that Edith Kitt assumed the position of secretary of the Arizona Historical Society and remained the secretary for the Society for 22 years and became a leading authority on Arizona... more
    • Re: Re: Edith KittSharon Cunningham, Mon Sep 26 7:06
      Bob - sorry for waiting so long in responding. I THINK, in my mess of books, I have Burns', but can't find it with a hay rake! Books stacked everywhere! Does Burns' sources state the names of the "pioneers... more
    • Re: Edith Kitt... — Joyce A. Aros, Thu Sep 22 13:27
      • Ms. Kitttom gsumer, Sun Sep 25 13:37
        Sharon Ahs told me Ms. Kitt's interviews are not together in one file but separated and placed in separate files of the people she spoke with.
      • Edith KittSharon Cunningham, Fri Sep 23 7:09
        Hi, Jerry, Joyce and Bob... Thanks for your input on Mrs. Kitt. After learning her given name, I finally found her online and saw her ages-long contribution to AZ history. Joyce, I agree with you about... more