Historians2017

$1,900 of $3,500 goal

Raised by 31 people in 3 months
The Historians Podcast is a weekly audio interview program that takes up local, national, international and cultural history topics.  We depend on your financial support to cover technical costs and other production .expenses.  I appreciate all the help that listeners have provided to keep this project going into its third year
+ Read More
Update 6
Posted by Bob Cudmore
1 month ago
   Share
The Historians Podcast fund drive had a good January, a great February, a promising start to March but now we have not had a donation in some time. We have raised $1,270, 36% of the $3,500 goal. Your donation today will help us reach the $1,500 level. Please help us continue this audio project that makes history come alive.

Your contribution at www.gofundme.com/historians2017 helps cover technical costs and other production expenses. If you’d rather donate by mail: Make a check out to Bob Cudmore. Send to Bob Cudmore, 125 Horstman Drive, Scotia, NY 12302.

The Historians Podcast, is available on bobcudmore.com, Apple iTunes, GooglePlay and Soundcloud. On Soundcloud, search for Dave Greene’s Eastline Studio. RISE, WMHT’s radio service for the blind and print disabled, airs each episode. http://www.wmht.org/radio/rise/historians/

Now playing: Episode 154-Lynn Herzig describes life in a hamlet on New York’s Tug Hill Plateau over fifty years ago. Herzig is author of Where’d you go?” Out! What’d you do? Nothing!: Unique memories of growing up in Beaver Falls, N.Y. during the 1950s.”

Coming Wednesday: From the Archives-Episode 30, October 10, 2014-Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Larson, author of “The Return of George Washington: 1783-1789.”

The Historians Podcast home page bobcudmore.com also features news links, Mohawk Valley weather and episodes of Jay Towne’s radio drama Minutiae.

+ Read More
Update 5
Posted by Bob Cudmore
2 months ago
   Share
Thanks to all who have contributed to this year's Historians Podcast fund campaign. We haven't had a donation for the last eight days and hope you can see your way clear to making a small contribution. We are only $55 away from the $1000 mark--can we make $1000 by the end of the month? Current episodes of the podcast are featuring newspaper columnist and bookstore owner Dan Weaver and an interview with Reverend Walter Smith about his life long love of railroads. Reverend Smith writes the railfan column Reminiscing in the Bulletin of the Bridge Line Historical Society. If you don't want to give online, you may donate by mail by making a check out to Bob Cudmore, 125 Horstman Drive, Scotia, NY 12302. Thank you for your help.
+ Read More
Update 4
Posted by Bob Cudmore
2 months ago
   Share
January 30, 2017-Recent contributions have taken us to 8% of our $3500 goal! Thanks to Audrey Kupferberg and Rob Edelman, Barbara Segen Gould, Norma Jean Qualls and Annette Libeskind Berkovits! Annette is author of “In the Unlikeliest of Places.” The memoir tells the story of her father, Nachman Libeskind, who survived the Nazis in Poland and the gulags of the Soviet Union, ending up as a respected artist in the United States. Please make a donation in any amount to The Historians campaign on Go Fund me. Or visit the site and share the visit on Facebook. Or donate by mail---Make the check out to Bob Cudmore. Send the check to Bob Cudmore, 125 Horstman Drive, Scotia, NY 12302. Thank you,
+ Read More
Update 3
Posted by Bob Cudmore
3 months ago
   Share
January 10, 2017-The Historians Podcast 2017 Go Fund Me campaign is underway but there’s a long way to go. Please make a donation in any amount on Go Fund me. Or visit the site and share the visit on Facebook. Or donate by mail---Make the check out to Bob Cudmore. Send the check to Bob Cudmore, 125 Horstman Drive, Scotia, NY 12302. All donations are much appreciated. This week on From the Archives, we’ll replay Episode 111 from last May with Dr. David Wittner, director of the Utica College Center for Historical Research. At the end of the week we debut Episode 146--Dave Greene and I have stories about pinsetters in the bowling industry years ago.

+ Read More
Read a Previous Update
Be the first to leave a comment on this campaign.

$1,900 of $3,500 goal

Raised by 31 people in 3 months
Created December 30, 2016
JD
$100
John Donlon
12 hours ago (Offline Donation)
RK
$50
Ray Knapik
2 days ago

Enjoyed your Healy Park article. My mom & dad use to go dancing there in the late 30's. I went roller skating there once.

CB
$100
CHARLES BERTUCH
11 days ago
$75
Anonymous
15 days ago
MC
$50
Michael Cinquanti
20 days ago
RA
$25
rich altomonte
24 days ago
CK
$30
Christina Baker Kline
29 days ago

Wishing you the best!

$25
Anonymous
1 month ago
KG
$25
Kenneth Garrick
1 month ago (Offline Donation)

Good luck on your history project.

LH
$50
Lynn Herzig
1 month ago
Be the first to leave a comment on this campaign.
or
Or, use your email…
Use My Email Address
By continuing, you agree with the GoFundMe
terms and privacy policy
There's an issue with this Campaign Organizer's account. Our team has contacted them with the solution! Please ask them to sign in to GoFundMe and check their account. Return to Campaign

Are you ready for the next step?
Even a $5 donation can help!
Donate Now Not now

Pledge now, give later.

Pledge Now
You won't be charged for this pledge. We'll let Bob know that you have pledged support.
Thank you!
Connect on Facebook to keep track of how many donations your share brings.
We will never post on Facebook without your permission.