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The Road I Grew Up On

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Published on Apr 10, 2010

This video was produced in 1997 by Helen Gunderson about the changes in the rural neighborhood of Pocahontas County, Iowa, where she grew up in the 1940s and 1950s. Originally, she hoped to produce a longer program, but she completed only a 13-minute introduction. This is a 10-minute, abridged version of that program. The video was funded in part by a grant from the Iowa Arts Council. Credits include: audio material from NPR's Market Place program; film footage from Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Company and Iowa State University; narration by Jack Shelley, Todd Mundt, and Rachel Jeffries; editing services from Kuhn Productions; music by John Berquist, Mary Sand, and Ed Carbrey; and support from Helen's parents, Marion and Deane Gunderson, as well as other people from the rural neighborhood where Helen grew up. For further information, visit her Web site at: www.gunderfriend.com.

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