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Collection Overview
Title:Dept. of History, Oral History Office records
Dates:1976-1994
Location:26/1-2
Call Number:A21
Volume:7.5 cubic ft. (33 boxes)
Scope and Content Abstract: The Oral History Collection consists of material pertaining to oral history projects that Wayne Anderson and his students conducted under the auspices of the Northeastern University Department of History from 1977 to 1991. Oral History Office records pertain to the development and organization of the oral history program at Northeastern and include lecture notes, book lists, curriculum materials, correspondence, and book reviews. Oral History Project records include original and duplicate audio tapes, partial or complete transcripts of interviews, and support documentation for interviews, including correspondence, narrator biographical data, legal releases, copyright information, interview schedules, users' guides to the interviews, and interview outlines. There is also collateral material for some interviews, including reproductions of photographs, maps, brochures, newspaper articles, and personal effects such as photocopied diaries and letters. Oral History Projects included the American China Mission Project, Cambridge School Crisis Project, Immigrant Voyages Project, Lynn Shoe Industry Project, Massachusetts Port Authority Project, Merchant Marine Project, New England Fishermen Project, Professions and Society Project, the Sixties Project, Town Histories Project, Transportation Project, and Vietnam War, World War I, and World War II Projects.
Historical Abstract:Wayne Anderson, a lecturer in the Northeastern University Department of History, introduced the oral history program as an independent study course at the graduate level in 1977. From 1977 to 1990, Anderson and his students participated in a variety of oral history projects, which generally focused on themes of regional interest. For example, between 1978 and 1990, projects included interviews with Massachusetts residents regarding the following topics: a race-related shooting within a Cambridge public school, the lives of New England fishermen, experiences of Episcopal missionaries in China, histories recounted by twentieth-century immigrants to America, descriptions of work in the Lynn shoe industry, and interviews with World War I and II veterans. Anderson also undertook several projects that were not directly affiliated with Northeastern University, including work with the Cape Ann Historical Association, the Lincoln Historical Society, the Newton Free Library, and the Winchester Archival Center. As director of the Oral History Program at Northeastern, Wayne Anderson's responsibilities included developing, implementing, and managing interviewing projects; editing transcripts; supervising research; preparing users' guides for the interviews; and caring for the tape collection. While the program enjoyed popularity for a few years, it was not strong enough to sustain itself within the history department. His death in 1991 also contributed to the demise of the program.
Arrangement:The collection is organized into three series: Series I. Oral History Office; Series II. Oral History Projects; and Series III. Audio Tapes.
Subjects and Contributors:
  • Anderson, R. Wayne, 1941-1991

  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Dept. of History.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Oral History Office.
  • Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.

  • Massachusetts--History, Local.
  • Immigrants--United States.
  • Fishers--New England.
  • Missionaries--China.
  • Shoe industry--Massachusetts--Lynn.
  • Nineteen sixties.
  • School violence.
  • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975--Veterans.
  • World War, 1914-1918--Veterans.
  • World War, 1939-1945--Veterans.

Restrictions:The collection is unrestricted.
Processor:Finding aid prepared by Meg Moughan, Staff, November 1997

Scope and Content Note

The Oral History Collection consists of material pertaining to oral history projects that Wayne Anderson and his students conducted under the auspices of the Northeastern University Department of History from 1977 to 1991.  The collection contains audiotapes, transcripts, legal release forms, collateral materials pertaining to interviews, course materials, lecture notes, photographs, and correspondence with other professors of oral history.

Description of Projects:

The American China Mission Project chronicles Wayne Anderson's involvement with  Episcopalian missionaries who traveled throughout China between 1917 and 1950.  Of significance are the interviews with the group's leaders, the Reverend Leslie and Mary Fairfield.  The Mission introduced churches, schools, and medical facilities to impoverished communities in China and trained individuals to manage these institutions independently.  The narrators discuss their reasons for joining the missionary, their experiences in China, their religious beliefs, and their relations with the Chinese people.

The American Gay Community Project contains one interview conducted shortly before the oral history program was discontinued.  The narrator discusses his experiences as a young African-American man coming to terms with his sexuality.  Other topics include religion, the Harvard Divinity School, Princeton University, the Ku Klux Klan, African-American culture in the late 1970s and 1980s, and rural and suburban gay communities.

The Apartheid Project also contains only one interview conducted shortly before the program was discontinued.  Daniel Gouws, the narrator, was a Northeastern Student at the time of the interview.  Over the course of the interview, he addresses the issues surrounding his life in South Africa as a middle-class, Caucasian male involved in protest and anti-apartheid activities, as well as his involvement in the military.

The Cambridge School Crisis Project recounts the incident of a fatal stabbing at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in 1980.  Interviewers spoke with representatives from the Cambridge School Committee, school administrators, teachers, staff, and parents.  Much of the discussion regarding the incident debated whether the incident was racially motivated as the victim was Caucasian and the assaulter was African-American.  The interviews were intended to be used in a study that employed the use of case study methodology in the analysis of reactions to a crisis situation.

Immigrant Voyages chronicles the life experiences of twentieth-century immigrants who chose to settle in  America.  It offers accounts of the narrators' lives in their native countries, reasons for leaving, and reflections of life in America.  Representative countries include Austria, England, Italy, Greece, Lithuania, Sweden, Poland, and Russia.

The Lynn Shoe Industry Project preserves the history of a once-thriving industrial city.  In the first two decades of the twentieth century, Lynn, Massachusetts, emerged as a vital one-industry city.  The shoe business single-handedly stimulated economic, social, and political development within the community.  It also employed thousands of immigrant workers, advanced the causes of union interests, and fostered a unique spirit of community.  This project explores the social significance of the shoe industry on Lynn and its remarkable rise and rapid fall.  Topics of discussion include labor unions, immigration, industrialization, ethnicity, urbanization, and working-class life.

The two interviews in the Massachusetts Port Authority Project detail the early years of this organization which owns and operates Logan International Airport, the Tobin Bridge, Hanscom Field, the public marine terminals of the Port of Boston, and numerous other city development and maritime properties.

The narrators in the Merchant Marine Project describes life in the British and American merchant marine organizations.  Narrators discuss types of ships they worked on, crew relations, technology, and the Cunard and White Star Steamship companies.

The many narrators who participated in the New England Fishermen Project discuss their life-long involvement in a traditional New England occupation.  Topics include trawling, camaraderie, the Great Depression, economics, fishing out of Boston and surrounding ports, and problems facing fishermen in the 1980s.

The Professions and Society Project was conducted with the expectation that Northeastern University students would be able to utilize the interviews as a resource in guiding their own career decisions.  This project did not progress as it fell close to Anderson's death and the demise of the program.  Narrators discuss involvement in the Peace Corps, employment with the New England Telephone Company, a career in journalism, and life as a working mother.  The last interview is narrated by Ruth Ann Harris, a house wife and mother who returned to school to receive her college degree; eventually she became a professor at Northeastern University and director of the Irish Studies Program.

The Schwamb Mill Project was commissioned by the Schwamb Mill Preservation Trust under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to preserve the history of one of the country's first woodworking mills located in Arlington, Massachusetts.  One of the interviews is with the mill's owner, Elmer Schwamb.

The Shakers Project consists of one interview with one of the country's last living members of this religious community.  The narrator discusses religion, Shaker principles, furniture making, and life in Canterbury, New Hampshire.

Of particular interest to scholars studying the history of Northeastern University is "The Sixties" project, which contains interviews with ten alumni who attended the university at that time.  Topics include the Vietnam War, abortion, the women's movement, campus life at Northeastern University, Kent State University, politics, the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the National Student Strike, the National Organization of Women, music, and civil rights.

The Town Histories Project is comprised of a series of interviews with residents from several Massachusetts communities including Cape Ann, Lincoln, Newton, and Winchester.  There is also one interview with a woman who recalls her childhood in Meriden, Kansas.  Topics covered in this group of interviews include small-town life, the automobile, urbanization, the growth of the suburbs, farming, immigration, and family life.

In the Transportation Project narrators discuss the impact of various forms of transportation on the twentieth century world.  Topics include ship travel, the first automobiles, Amish buggies, steamboats, and the transition from transportation by horse-powered vehicles to automobiles and trains

Finally, the Vietnam War, World War I, and World War II Projects consists of interviews with veterans of three pivotal wars of the twentieth century.  Topics include enlistment, basic training, combat experiences, injury, death, armistice, the Bonus March, readjusting to civilian life, European armies, Hitler, concentration camps, the 10th Mountain Division (a World War II ski corp), and chemical warfare.  Charles Armour, an alumnus of the Northeastern University School of Law, was interviewed regarding his experiences in World War I.

Historical Note

Wayne Anderson, a lecturer in the history department at Northeastern University, introduced the oral history program as an independent study course at the graduate level in 1977.  Anderson's areas of historical study were twentieth century passenger shipping and maritime history; he began interviewing people involved in these ventures as a personal project. This led him to recognize the value of preserving history through the oral interview and prompted him to offer oral history as an independent study.  In 1979 the first undergraduate oral history course was offered.  Courses on both the undergraduate and graduate levels included discussion of the theory and practice of interviewing and analysis of the value of interviews as historical evidence.  As director of the Oral History Program, Anderson's responsibilities included developing, implementing, and managing interviewing projects; editing transcripts; supervising research; preparing users' guides for the interviews; and caring for the tape collection.

From 1977 to 1990, Anderson and his students participated in a variety of oral history projects.  Projects generally focused on themes of regional interest.  For example, between 1978 and 1990, projects included interviews with Massachusetts residents regarding the following topics:  a race-related shooting within a Cambridge public school, the lives of New England Fishermen, experiences of Episcopal Missionaries in China, histories recounted by twentieth-century immigrants to America, descriptions of work in the Lynn shoe industry, and interviews with World War I and II veterans.  Anderson also undertook several projects that were not directly affiliated with Northeastern.  He worked with several Massachusetts organizations and communities including the Cape Ann Historical Association, the Lincoln Historical Society, the Newton Free Library, and the Winchester Archival Center.  Anderson and his students hoped to collaborate on large projects to produce comprehensive sets of oral history interviews; however, some students elected to do unrelated projects, so the collection also includes several groupings of interviews with only one or two narrators for a given topic.

While the program enjoyed popularity for a few years, it was not strong enough to sustain itself within the history department.  Anderson's death in 1991 also contributed to the demise of the program.  Currently, though, oral history is included in a public history course.

Bibliography

Control File, Oral History Collection, A21.

McGee, Patrick. "Retired Professor of History, 48, Dies," The Northeastern News (February 20, 1991): 3.

"Oral History: A Living Record of the Past," The Northeastern Edition (June 28, 1979): 6.
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Series:

1. Oral History Office , n.d., 1975-1986
Volume:.45 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

Oral History Office is comprised of records pertaining to the development and organization of the oral history program at Northeastern University.  Records include lecture notes, book lists, curriculum materials, correspondence among Anderson and his peers within the field of oral history, and book reviews authored by Anderson.  These materials are arranged alphabetically.
BoxTitleDate
1Book Reviews1978-1986
1Correspondence A-Z (3 folders)1977-1986
Course Materials
1Articles, Handoutsn.d., ca. 1972-1984
1Bibliography of Oral History Sourcesca. 1975-1982
1Handbooksn.d.
1Interviewing Anecdotesn.d.
1Processing Guideca. 1980
1Syllabi1980, 1982, 1985
1Future Directions of Oral History (grant ideas)1980-1982
1Grant Planning, NEH Library Proposal1981
1Internship Opportunities1978-1979
1National Council on Public History, Correspondence1987
1New England Association of Oral History, Executive Committee1981-1986
Oral History Association
1Correspondence1978, 1987
1Proposal1984
2Oral History at Northeastern University1978, 1985
Oral History Office
2Annual Report1980-1986
2Archivesn.d.
2Publicityca. 1978-1980
2Services Providedn.d.
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Series:

2. Oral History Projects, n.d., 1978-1994
Volume:4.20 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

Oral History Projects is arranged alphabetically by project title and then by interviewee name.  This series includes a general index to many of the interviews.  Located in two card file boxes this index contains alphabetical listings by interviewer and narrator name, project name, and subject names.  Additionally, an accession log is located at the start of this series; it presents project descriptions and information on narrators and interviewers.  When available, background and planning materials are located before the narrators' files; these files offer overviews of interview topics.  This series contains support documentation for interviews including correspondence, narrator biographical data, legal releases, copyright information, interview schedules, users' guides to the interviews, and interview outlines.  Many of the narrators' interviews contain partial or complete transcripts of interviews. There is also collateral material for some interviews including reproductions of photographs, maps, brochures, newspaper articles, and personal effects such as photocopied diaries and letters.  In some instances, which are indicated by an asterisk, textual materials do not exist for narrators; the folder list indicates this and directs the researcher to the audiocassettes.  There are also a few cases where audiocassettes do not exist for narrators. When indicated by a double asterisk, please refer to the textual materials.
BoxTitleDate
15-16Index Card Filesca. 1978-1984
2Accession Logca. 1978-1984
2Contents Catalogca. 1979
American China Mission
Background
Correspondence
2Bellamy1981-1985
2Fairfield1981-1985
2May1984
2Moss1984
2Roberts1985
2Grant Proposal1980
2Missionaries, biographical informationn.d.
2Paper delivered at Oral History Association1985
2-3Research (3 folders)n.d.
Narrators
3Baker, Gilbert1983
3Bergamin, Clara1982
3Fairfield, Leslie*1981
3Fairfield, Mary*1981
3Falcone, Martha1982
3Gilson, Dorothy1981
3Gosline, Hazel*n.d.
3Hadden, Frances1983
3Huntington, Virginia1981
3Lichtenberger, Florence1981-1982
3Long, Charles1983-1984
3Louise, Reverend Mother Magdalene1983
3Lucy, Sister Caritas1983
3May, Mrs. O1984
3Morrett, John1982
3Nobes, Florence1982
3Ogden, Claire1982
3Pickens, Betty1982
3Pickens, Claude*n.d.
3Pickens, Henri1982
3Pipe, Helen1983
3Putnam, Katherinen.d.
3Roberts, Jack and Lucy1985
3Scott, William H.1983
3Sheets, Margaret1985
3Starratt, Alfred*n.d.
3Starratt, Anne*n.d.
3Swift, Elizabeth*n.d.
3Swift, Ervine1982
3Tomlin, Olive1982
3Tsu, Y.Y.*n.d.
3Walker, Eleanor*n.d.
3Ward, Catherine1983
3Ward, Paul*n.d.
3Wilson, Barron1984
3Wilson, Nancy1982
American Gay Community
3Narrator: Lewis, Jon Carl1991
Apartheid
3Narrator: Gouws, Dennis Sean1990
Cambridge School Crisis
3Background: Planning Materials
Narrators
3Attles, Henrietta1985
3Brown, Oliver1984
4Bruno, Anthony1984
4Burke, Edwin1984
4Carvello, Pat1983
4Duehay, Francis1984
4Fantini, Donald1984
4Ferzoco, Warren1984
4Ford, Helen1984
4Ford, Maureen1983
4Giroux, Bert1984
4Kimbrough, Les1984
4Koocher, Glenn1984
5Lannon, William1984
5Lukas, Henry 1984
5Mangan, William 1984
5McGrath, Mary Lou 1984
5Morris, William 1984
5Noonan-Foster, Susan 1984
5Rhodes, Deloris 1982
5Sheehan, Helen 1984
5Sullivan, James 1984
5Tabor, Diane1984
5Wolf, Alice 1984
5Woodward, Richard1984
5Wyatt, Carolyn1984
Immigrant Voyages
Background
6Collateral Materialsn.d., 1931, 1980
6Interview Outlinen.d.
6Narrator Selection Datan.d.
6Project Descriptionn.d.
6Referralsca. 1978-1981
6Subject Headingsn.d.
Narrators
6Adelstein, Hersh1979
6Capuano, Maria 1980
6Emin, Marjorie 1978
6Farris, Elizabeth 1978
6Forini, Cosmo 1979
6Gefner, Abe 1979
6Grizzarelli, John 1981
6Gow, Daniel 1981
6Hemmingson, Gunnar 1981
6Herlan, Alma 1979
6Hewitt, Marjorie1981
6Knight, A.V. 1979
6Lepingwell, Francesca 1990
6Mahaheris, Louis 1978
6Moise, Farid, 19901990
6Murkidjanian, Mark 1990
32Oliveira, Gus* 1993
6Panages, Michaelis 1978
6Reiman, Blanche 1979
6Reiman, Issie1979
6Reiner, Ana1979
6Rhodes, Edith 1979
6Singer, Ethel1978
32Tolubiak, Roman 1992
7Westpheling, Johanna 1980
7Wu, Daxin1990
7Xinidakis, Jimmy1978
7Zenvener, Bertha1979
7Zhukousky, Gene1991
Lynn Shoe Industry
Background
7Bibliography of Interviewsn.d.
7Clippingsn.d., 1979-1980
Collateral Materials
7Generaln.d.
7Lynn Fire1981
7Correspondence, newspapers1981-1982
7Essex Institute1978-1980
7Exhibitn.d.
7Lectureca. 1980
7Planningca. 1980
7Publicity1979
7Referralsca. 1979-1980
7Researchn.d., 1979
Narrators
7Adelstein, Hersh1979
7Ciarletta, James1979
7Gaudreau, Sarah1979
7Jankowski, John1979
7Lefter, Fannie1979
7Lefter, Peter1979
8Manning, Eva1979
8Mishel, Harold1979
8Nomey, Grace1979
8Panagos, Peter1979
8Polo, Anna1979
8Polo, Joseph1979
8Reynolds, Anna1979
8Young, May1979
Massachusetts Port Authority
Narrators
Capodilup, Edmund1990
Zeo, Frank J.1990
Merchant Marine
8Background: Interview Outlineca. 1979
Narrators
8Constant, Michael1979
8Herlan, William1979
8Ryan, Maureen1979
8Williams, Prince1980
8Worsley, Edward1979
New England Fisherman
Background: Collateral Material
8Clippingsn.d., 1962, 1979-1982
8Mystic Seaportn.d., 1965-1981
8Correspondencen.d., 1982, 1984
8Interview Outlinesn.d.
9Paper, "A Different Way of Life"n.d.
9Proposalca. 1979
9Researchn.d., 1979-1984
Narrators
9Amirault, Mark1980, 1984
32Cary, John1993
9Crowley, James1982
9Edmunds, Al1979
9Edmunds, Lill and Family1979
32Favaluo, Salvatore**1993
9Fulham, Gregory**1979-1980
9Furlong, Walter 1980, 1982
32Haskell, Ralph** 1993
9Hayes, Michael 1980
9Hynes, Leo1980
32Lopes, Al**1993
32Louanis, Lorraine**1993
10Magnusson, Thor1980
32Novello, Lena**1993
10O'Brien, Robert1982
10O'Hearn, Michael*n.d.
10O'Neil, Lawrence1982
10Peterson, Uno1980, 1982
32Riberio, Le**1993
10Sampson, Alphonsus1980
10Selig, Morton*n.d.
32Smallidge, David**1993
33Spanks, Anna*1993
32Spurling, Warren**1993
32Stanwood, William**1993
Professions and Society
10Backgroundn.d., 1978-1980
Narrators
10Baynes, Jack1990
32Cornwell, Marie*1994
10Harris, Ruth Ann1990
32Jacobs, Donald*1994
32Lambert, Eva1990
32McNutty, Tom*1994
10Moles, Mildred T.1991
10Westpheling, Johanna1981
Schwamb Mill
10Background: Planning1979-80
Narrators
10Cuhn, Marjorie1980
10Schwamb, Elmer1980
Shakers
Narrator: Lindsay, Bertha1979
The Sixties
10Background: Project Description1982
Narrators
10Anterni, Beth1982
10Blowney, Karen1982
10Brandwein, Mary Sue1982
10Brandwein, Russell1982
10Detsch, Phillip1982
10Hagadorn, Patricia1982
10Halper, Donna1982
10Lewis, Bruce1982
10Pulito, Ronald1982
10Tillman, Robert1982
Town Histories
Cape Ann Historical Association
Background
11Correspondence1982-1985
11Grant1983-1984
11Reportsca. 1982-85
11Narrator: Selig, Morton1985
11Growing Up in Meriden, Kansas: Tillotson, Ethel1982
Lincoln (Massachusetts)
Background
11Articles1981-1982
11Book Manuscript1985
11Clippings1902, 1946
11Correspondence: Ragan1982-1983
11Historyn.d.
11Interview Outlinen.d.
11Paper (by Ruth Ragan)1984
11Planningca. 1984
Narrators
11Ballou, Mildred1981
11Boyer, Maryca. 1980
11Dee, Helena1981
11Donaldson, Malcolm1982
11Dougherty, Allenca. 1980
11Nelson, Newton*n.d.
11Peirce, Isabel1981
11Smith, Sumner1981
11Snelling, Howardca. 1980
11Todd, Evelyn1981
Newton (Massachusetts)
Background
11Biographical Datan.d.
11Correspondence, Newton Libraries1983-1984
11Introductions and Contentsn.d.
11Researchn.d.
Narrators
11Antonellis, Joseph1981
11Bayer, Elsa*n.d.
11Birrell, Lilian1983
11Blackington, Charles1982
11Bryson, Polly1983
11Burgess, Mary Jane1983
11Burke, Paul1982
11Burke, Paul1981
11Clerk, Norton*n.d.
11Cogswell, Dorothea*n.d.
11Cronin, Eugene1982
11DeVito, Jennie1981
11DiPalma, Joseph1981
11Evans, Helen1982
11Farina, Carmella1981
11Feeley, Charles1982
11Floyd, Malcolm1983
11Fried, Louis1981
11Goldrick, Mabel1983
11Guzzi, Rose and George*n.d.
11Hatch, Alison*n.d.
11Hayden, Thomas*n.d.
11Hendriken, Lawrence*n.d.
11Hickey, Edward*n.d.
11Hiltz, Evelyn*n.d.
11Hinkel, Marion*n.d.
12Jassett, Frederick1981
12Jefferson, Lillie1982
12Kilbin, M. Elizabeth1982
12Larosee, Marie Rose1981
12Magni, Antonio1981
12Rollins, Lena1981
12Romagnoli, Rosetta1981
12Stareuseer, Doris1982
12Stokes, Bridget1981
12Stomberg, Mrs. Arthur*1984
12Sylvester, Arlene1983
12Thompson, Charles*n.d.
12 Webber, Alice1981
12Weden, Hazel1983
12West, Jenny*n.d.
12Whitmore, Howard*n.d.
12Woodland, Mary*1983
12Woodland, William1983
Winchester (Massachusetts)
Background1981
12Articles
12Interview Outlineca 1983
Narrators
12Aiken, Agnes1980
12Bowler, Edward1980
12Chefalo, Harry1980
12Clifton, Richard1980
12Drohan, John1980
12Gilpatric, Carolyn1980
12Hatch, Edna M.1981
12Keyes, Elizabeth1979
12Knoettner, Edith1980
12McCarron, Jeremiah1981
12McLaughlin, Mary1981
12Mason, Marjorie1980
12Masters, Malcolm1981
12O'Conner, Valerie1981
12Parkhurst, Richard1981
12Purrington, Ralph1980
12Randlett, Prescott1987
12Rosa, Nicholas1980
12Sanborn, Robert1981
12Simons, Norman1980
12Smith, Alice1979
12Thompson, Ralph1980
12Wilcox, Leslie1980
12Witham, Mary1980
Winthrop (Massachusetts)
12Narrators: Smith, Margaret1991
Transportation Project
Background
12Slides (carriages)n.d.
12Cunard Steamship Company Informationn.d., 1979
Narrators
12Anderson, Mildred1978, 1980
12Barnes, Cassius1980
12Herlan, William1979
12MacKnair, Dorothy1978
12Reed, Curlin1978
12Rowse, Edward1991
12Rutherford, William1978
12Worsley, Edward*n.d.
13Yoder, Barbara1978
13Zoukis, Daphne1978
Vietnam War
Background
13Planning1979
13Newsweek Articles1969, 1979, 1981
13Time Articles1969
Narrators
13Feirman, Frank1981
13Gow, Bruce1981
World War I Veterans
Background
13Collateral Material, Mapsn.d.
13Interview Outlinen.d.
13Paper, "Oral History in the Trenches"n.d.
13Project Descriptionca. 1979
13Referrals1979-80
Narrators
13Armour, Charles (CD copy)1979
13Ayer, Lindsay1979
13Beatty, George1980
13Boisvert, Bernard1979
13Carew, John1979
13Cohen, Eli1979
13Flint, Girard1979
13Forbes, Clark1979
13Fralli, Romeo1979
13Hemmingson, Gunnar1979
13Herron, John1979
13Hughes, Albert1979
13Lawrence, Julian1979
13Luken, Catherine1979
13Mackey, Ethel*n.d.
13McKinnon, Leo1979
14Newhall, Allan1979
14O'Brien, William1980
14Russell, William1979
14Ryscavage, Adam1974
14Sampson, Carl1979
14Schneider, James1979
14Stack, John1979
14Warshaw, Nathaniel1979
World War II Veterans
Background: Research1984, 1987
Narrators
14Anderson, Russell W.n.d.
14Barnes, Cassius1980
14Collins, John1981
32Duncan, Robert*1993
14Macdonald, Donald1991
14Wyka, Joseph1981
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Series:

3. Audio Tapes, 1978-1991
Volume:3.00 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical by narrator name.
Summary:

Audio Tapes consists of fifteen boxes of original and duplicate tapes of interviews organized alphabetically by interviewee name. The last two boxes contain duplicate tapes and interviews labeled as "miscellaneous." These tapes are generally unlabeled and not identified.
BoxTitleDate
17-31Audio Tapes1978-1991
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