Speaking of Redondo

An Oral History of Redondo Beach, CA

Speaking of Redondo

An Oral History of Redondo Beach

An Oral History of Redondo Beach

A documentation of the life and history of Redondo Beach through the collection of oral histories.

“Speaking of Redondo” is a community project completed by the Leadership Redondo Class of 2004.

The project consists of video interviews with 22 Redondo Beach residents in 2005.  Participants were encouraged to speak about how they live, work and play in Redondo Beach and provide insight on Redondo Beach’s rich history.

Their stories were originally published via a series of 43 DVDs.  Copies of these DVDs can be found at the Redondo Beach Public Library.

This website was created to broaden access to these important histories by posting them on the Internet and leveraging its robust search capabilities.

We hope you enjoy “Speaking of Redondo”.

To begin, click on one of the following interviewees to hear about Redondo Beach, California directly from some of its long-time residents.

Pat Aust - Interviewed on August 20, 2005

Pat Aust

Mary Davis

Mary Davis

Norma Day

Norma Day

Ron Day

Ron Day

Pat Dreisler

Pat Dreisler

Corwin Eberting

Corwin Eberting

Amador Espinosa

Amador Espinosa

Jerry Goddard

Jerry Goddard

Pauline Grove

Pauline Grove

Les Guthrie

Les Guthrie

Barry Hamilton

Barry Hamilton

Anne Hughes

Anne Hughes

Jean James

Jean James

Tilke Karavas

Tike Karavas

Dinah Lary

Dinah Lary

Bob Meistrell

Bob Meistrell

Margaret Moody

Margaret Moody

Ernie O'Dell

Ernie O’Dell

Michael O'Sullivan

Michael O’Sullivan

Tod Snelgrove

Tod Snelgrove

Marshall Stewart

Marshall Stewart

Nettie Ward

Nettie Ward

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