Quiggle, Arthur W., 1890 - 1977. Oral History Interview, 8 March 1974
The Arthur W. Quiggle collection contains a reel-to-reel tape, a CD duplicate of the reel-to-reel, and transcript of an oral history interview conducted by James E. Fogerty with Quiggle during March 1974 at the offices of H.H. King Flour Mills Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In the interview, Quiggle discussed his work experiences with the Mother’s Macaroni Company and the Creamette Company where he invented the means of drying macaroni on conveying belts. In addition, he reminisced about his career with the H.H. King Flour Mills Company in Faribault, Minnesota and his job as the firm’s vice-president.
- Quiggle, Arthur W., 1890-1977 (Interviewee, Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Arthur W. Quiggle was born in Pelican Rapids, Minnesota in 1890. He graduated from the University of Minnesota as a civil engineer and then worked for the Mother’s Macaroni Company and the Creamette Company. In the 1940s, Quiggle joined the H.H. King Flour Mills Company in Faribault, Minnesota as the company’s vice-president. He remained with the company until his death in 1977.
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- Quiggle, Arthur W., 1890 – 1977. Oral History Interview, 8 March 1974.
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