Florence Griffin takes us back to the farm during the great depression and brings us to the present through her life as a nurse in her husband's rural Minnesotan medical practice
In this extended installment of the Untold Stories of Central Minnesota, Arts and Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with 90-year-old Florence Griffin about how life in Minnesota has changed over the years.
Florence grew up on a farm during the Depression and went on to become a nurse in her husband’s medical practice in rural Pope County, and over the years she has witnessed and learned much from life. While some things change, many, including how people look out for one another, seem to stay the same, and at the age of 90, she feels that it’s important for folk today to know this.
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