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Title:The Oral History Center records
Dates:1978-1998
Call Number:M73
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Series:

1. Administrative, 1981-1997
Volume:2 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

The first series documents the administration of the Oral History Center. Included are records documenting the Board of Directors, finances, planning, fund raising, promotions, committees, and personnel. Folders on individuals consist of their notes, correspondence, and other work while associated with the Oral History Center. There is also information dealing with the background, its evolving mission, and plans for the future. There are also photographs and slides, mostly dealing with the annual Oral History Festival held by the Oral History Center.
BoxTitleDate
Board of Directors
1Board Developmentn.d., 1985-1993
1Correspondence1993-1997
1Individual Informationn.d., 1990-1993
1Meetings1984-1987
1Member Lists1987-1998
1Notesn.d., 1990-1996
1Plan for the Oral History Center1991
1Responsibilitiesn.d., 1988
1Board/Staff Retreat (2 folders)1989-1994
1Brochuresn.d.
1Brochure Planning Notesn.d., 1990
1Bus and Subway Advertisement1990-1992
Cynthia Cohen
1Notes and Correspondencen.d., 1986-1996
1Writings1983-1995
1Community Builders1990
1Community Programn.d., 1986-1987
1Computer Information Systemsn.d., 1989
1Correspondencen.d., 1983-1997
1Creation of Center1981-1982
1East Cambridge River Festival Slides1982
1Abouali Farmanfarmaian1992
Financial
1Annual Information (7 folders)1988-1994
1Correspondence, General Information, and Notesn.d., 1987-1992
1Insurance Policy1993
Taxes
1Automatic Data Processingn.d., 1996
1Federal 990EZ Forms1991-1993
1IRS Correspondence1983-1996
1Massachusetts Annual Reports1992-1994
1State and Local Correspondencen.d., 1984-1996
Funding
1Correspondence and Notesn.d., 1986-1994, 1997
1Direct Solicitationn.d., 1989
1Donation Letter Requests and Phone Scriptsn.d., 1986-1997
1Donor Listsn.d., 1989-1991
1Emergency Fund Driven.d., 1989-1992
1House Partiesn.d., 1989-1991
1Individual Donors (2 folders)n.d., 1989-1997
1Loansn.d., 1987-1996
1Major Donor Campaigns (4 folders)1989-1992
1Matching Grants and Giftsn.d., 1989-1997
1Requests for General Operating Support1983-1998
1Lotus Philanthropy Programn.d., 1989-1993
1Massachusetts Cultural Council (2 folders)1991-1996
2Patricia Goudvisn.d., 1991
2Marketing Committeen.d., 1992
2Jennifer McKennan.d., 1989-1991, 1997
2Kieran Mead-Wardn.d., 1992
2Deborah Meccan.d.
2Noe Medinan.d.
2Meetings1982-1989
2Kristin Metzn.d., 1989-1990
2Mission Statement and Background Informationn.d., 1989-1990
2National Dissemination of Curriculum Guiden.d., 1990
2Newsletters1988-1995
2Offshoot Projectsn.d., 1988-1989
Oral History Center
2Informational Postern.d.
21Logon.d.
21Recognition Awards1987, 1990
2Photographsn.d., 1989
Oral History Festival
2General1987
2Photographs1988
2, 23Slides (2 folders)1987, 1988
2Organizational Planning Committeen.d., 1989-1990
Personnel
2Consultanciesn.d., 1987-1992
2Correspondence, Job Descriptions, Notesn.d., 1988-1992, 1996
2Policyn.d., 1988-1992
2Florinda Plan.d., 1991-1996
2Plan for Stability, Growth, and Effectiveness1986
2Planning Framework for Next Five Years1995
2Planning Retreat1987
2Carrie Pratt1991-1996
2Program Quotesn.d., 1987-1992
2Publicityn.d., 1992
2Questionnairen.d.
2Resource Center (6 folders)n.d., 1978-1994
2Resource Guides Listing the Centern.d., 1991-1994
2Vera Rosenbluthn.d., 1992
2Steering Committeen.d.,1991-1992
2Julia Surbinn.d., 1991-1992
2Tenth Anniversary Celebration1991-1992
Tufts University
2Experimental College1991
2Management and Community Development Institute1993
University of Massachusetts - Amherst
2Arts Extension Servicen.d.
2Racial Problems1992
Unidentified
20Personal Storiesn.d.
20Photographsn.d.
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2. Northeastern University, 1991-1997
Volume:0.25 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

The second series documents the relationship between the Oral History Center and Northeastern University. It covers the aspects of the Oral History Center's work that showed significant change due to its affiliation with Northeastern in July 1995. Included are projects and information in which both groups play an equal role.
BoxTitleDate
2Ed Bullinsn.d., 1996-1997
2Center for Innovation in Urban Educationn.d., 1991-1997
2Concept Paper1996
2Creating Choicesn.d.
2Correspondence and Notesn.d., 1997
2Funding Proposals (2 folders)1997
2General Information1995
2History-Social Studies School-College Alliancen.d., 1993, 1998
2Workshop for Elementary Teachersn.d.
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3. Consultancies, 1982-1998
Volume:0.25 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

This series documents projects in which the Oral History Center was involved but was not the primary sponsor. This includes projects in which the center was used as a consultant, was part of a larger group, or when a project was done cooperatively with another organization.
BoxTitleDate
3Around the Corner1984
3Boston Public School Cultural Partnershipn.d., 1991-1992
3Bureau of Jewish Education1992
3Cambridge Public Schools1986, 1993
3Cambridge Community Life Project1992
3City Year Collaborationn.d.
3East Cambridge Unity Committeen.d., 1982-1983
3Hull Lifesaving Museum1986
3The Huntington Theatre Company/Stagesn.d., 1992-1993, 1997-1998
3In Our Own Words1997
3Literacy Voices of America1992
3Roxbury Community College Collaborationn.d., 1988
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4. Workshops, 1981-1993
Volume:0.25 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

This series documents the numerous workshops sponsored by the Oral History Center between 1981 and 1993. This series also includes information about workshops in which a member of the Oral History Center had a prominent role, such as a speaker of leader of a workshop. Also covered in the series are workshops that members attended on topics dealing with oral history and managing non-profit organizations.
BoxTitleDate
3Cambridge Public Schools Teachers1984
3Correspondence and Notesn.d., 1981, 1990, 1993
3Cultural Diversity (2 folders)n.d., 1985-1987
3Flyersn.d., 1987
3For Community Workers1983
3Harvard Medical School1993
3Lesley Collegen.d.
3Literacy, Empowerment, and Academic Achievement1988
3Literacy Through Life Stories1993
3Lowell Conference on Industrial History1993
3Oral History Networkn.d.
3Oral History Network Meetingn.d.
3Salem State Reading Institute1993
3Six Week Coursen.d.
3“Sources of Strength”n.d.
3Toronto Literacy Program1988
3Urbanistics Senior Center1992
3Using Oral History in the Classroomn.d.
Workshops Attended
3Dillion Bustin at Massachusetts Council1986
3Literacy and Educational Reform1991
3Narrative Studies in the Social Sciences1992
3Paolo Freire Conference1991-1992
3We're All in This Together1991
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5. Projects, 1978-1997
Volume:6.65 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

The largest series in the collection documents the oral history projects of the Oral History Center. This series contains information regarding all aspects of the projects, including documentation of the participants, funding information, evaluations, photographs, slides, and, in some cases, the actual final product. The most prominent projects are the Griots of Roxbury, Lifelines, and the Cambridge Women's Oral History Project. Researchers should note that records of the nine projects affiliated with the Cambridge Women's Oral History Project are filed alphabetically by project title.
BoxTitleDate
Cambridge Women's Oral History Project
3Advisory Boardn.d., 1981
3Background Informationn.d., 1980-1981, 1990
3Documentary and Slideshown.d.
3Evaluationsn.d., 1980-1982
23Exhibit Text1980-1981
3Funding1980-1981
3Narrator Transcripts (5 folders)1980-1981
Photographs
3General (2 folders)n.d.
3Narratorsn.d.
3Press Articlesn.d., 1981-1983
Slides
23General (2 folders)n.d.
3Agassiz Clubn.d.
3International Women's Day 1981-1982
4Narrators n.d.
4Practice Rollsn.d.
21Tin Logon.d.
4Training Guidelinesn.d., 1980-1981
Cambridge Women's Quilt Project
4Artworkn.d.
4Background Information and Correspondencen.d., 1981-1986
4Fundingn.d., 1981-1982
21International Women's Day1988
4Narrator Transcripts (4 folders)1982
Photographs
4General (2 folders)n.d.
4Belize Rural Women's Associationn.d.
4Press Articlesn.d., 1982-1985
23Project Binder (3 folders)n.d., 1981-1982
24Quilt n.d.
21Quilt Squares on Papern.d.
4Slides n.d., 1982
4A Celebration of Community: Art for Central Square Station1985
City Voices of Lawrence and Somerville
4Generaln.d., 1990-1991
21Posters Made in Quilt Formn.d.
21Project of a Kindergartner at St. Ann'sn.d.
Common Threads
4Audience Evaluationn.d.
4Background Information and Planning Notesn.d., 1982-1984
4Community Contactsn.d.
4Final Project1986
4Funding1983-1985
4Narrator Transcripts (3 folders)1982-1985
4Outreachn.d., 1982-1986
5A Patchwork of Our Lives: 5 Photographs (2 folders)n.d.
5Press Articlesn.d., 1983-1985
5Progress Report by Cindy Cohen1983
Slides
5, 23General (2 folders)n.d.
5Slideshown.d.
5Community Education Teamn.d., 1986
5Enhancing Children's Writing and Intellectual Skillsn.d.
From Hearing My Mother Talk
5Final Product and Rough Draft1979
5Narrator Transcriptsn.d.
5Notes and Informationn.d., 1978-1982
Griots of Roxbury
5Advisory Paneln.d., 1991-1993
5Annual Budgetsn.d., 1992-1994
5Articles on Griots and Youth Violencen.d., 1992-1994
5“Coping with Violence in the Schools”1992-1993
5Correspondence1993
Dillaway-Thomas Housen.d., 1992-1993
5“Exploring the Impact of Violence of the Lives of Adolescents”1993
5Funding (5 folders)1991-1995
5Gift Requests1994-1995
5Interviews (2 folders)n.d., 1992-1993
5Out of Bounds Conference1993
FF1/D10Posters of Childrenn.d.
5Project Informationn.d., 1991-1993
20Quilts on 'What Violence Is'n.d.
5Racism Project by Nikki Giovanni1994
5Slides1993
5Summer Internsn.d., 1991-1993, 1997
5“You Got a Story to Tell”1994
5Headstart - Jamaica Plainn.d., 1992-1994
5Homeless Voices/Spare Changen.d., 1992-1996
6Issues in Urban Life: Funding (3 folders)1994-1995
The King Connection
6General Informationn.d., 1989-1990
6“Our Stories”n.d., 1988
Photographs
65th Grade Quilt Project1989-1990
6King Schooln.d.
6“Our Stories”n.d., 1988
6Slidesn.d., 1988
Learning from Our Lives
6Applicants and Participantsn.d., 1994-1996
6Correspondence and Notesn.d., 1995-1996
6Funding (3 folders)1993-1996
Let Life Be Yours
6Background Informationn.d.
6Evaluations1981-1982
6Funding1982-1983
6Planning and Imagesn.d., 1982
21Poem and Project Excerptsn.d.
6Press Articles Releases and Public Showingsn.d., 1981-1983, 1993
Slides
6Deja Que La Vida Seu Tuya (Spanish Slideshow)n.d.
6Faca Que A Vida Seja Seu (Portuguese Slideshow)n.d.
6Kite La Via Pou Nou (Haitian - Creole Slideshow)n.d.
6Screening Slideshown.d.
6Slideshown.d.
6Copyn.d.
6Master Copy (2 folders)n.d.
6Historical Photographsn.d.
6Transcriptsn.d.
Lifelines
7Background Informationn.d., 1986-1989
7Case Studyn.d., 1987-1988, 1992
7Committees, Correspondence, and Notesn.d., 1986-1989
7Educational Model Proposaln.d.
7Financial and Funding Recordsn.d., 1985-1989
7Mailing List1991
7The Mango Tree1987-1996
7Photographsn.d.
7Resource Centern.d., 1988-1989
Slides
7Canvas Muraln.d.
7Children's Artworkn.d., 1985-1986
7The Mango Tree, Harrington School Reactionsn.d.
7Unidentifiedn.d.
7Year One Exhibit at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School1986
7Trainingn.d., 1988-1989
21Travelling Exhibit1988-1989
7Workshop by Lee Min Mo1989
Lifelines Project
7Steve Barkin: Graham and Parks School, 7th and 8th Grade, “Labor History” (includes slides)1985-1986
7Marcia Baynes: Longfellow School, 6th Grade, “Growing Up in Cambridge” (includes photographs)1985-1986
7Pat Berkley: Graham and Parks School, 5th Grade, “We Are Proud Of Who We Are” (includes photographs and slides)1985-1986
7Pat Berkley: Graham and Parks School, 5th Grade, “Haiti/We Care” (includes photographs)1985-1986
7Pat Berkley: Graham and Parks School, 7th and 8th Grade, “Reflections on Peace and Freedom”1987-1988
7Pat Berkley: Graham and Parks School, “Feeling Proud” (includes slides)1988-1989
7Pat Berkley: Graham and Parks School, Unidentified Projectn.d.
7Danielle Conway: Tobin School, 5th Grade, “Family Trees” (includes photographs and slides)1985-1986
7Danielle Conway: Tobin School, 5th Grade, “Interviewing Our Grandparents” (includes slides)1986-1987
7Danielle Conway: Tobin School, 5th Grade, “Russell School Neighborhood Project” (includes slides)1987-1988
7Danielle Conway: Tobin School, 5th Grade, “My Memories”n.d.
7A. Gargano and C. Gaile: Morse School, 8th Grade, “Morse School, 100th Anniversary Quilt”n.d.
7Kathy Greely: Graham and Parks School, 7th and 8th Grade, “Central Square Through Our Eyes”1986-1987
7MaryBeth Haynes: Longfellow School, 8th Grade, “Trials and Triumphs” (includes photographs and slides)1985-1986
7MaryBeth Haynes: Longfellow School, 8th Grade, “The Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1965: The Movement and Its Impact” (includes photographs)1986-1987
7MaryBeth Haynes: Longfellow School, 8th Grade, “Vietnam Remembered” (includes slides)1987-1988
7MaryBeth Haynes: Longfellow School, 8th Grade, Interview Reflection Writings by Students1988-1989
7Fran Hiller: King School, 3rd and 4th Grade, “Family Stories” (includes slides)1987-1988
7S. Hughes and K. Hart: Agassiz School, 4th and 5th Grade, “Family Stories”n.d.
7L. Jennings, S. Hughes, and K. Hart: Agassiz School, 4th and 5th Grade, “Growing Up and Living in Cambridge” (includes slides)1987-1988
7Joe Pagliaro: Morse School, 5th Grade, “Family Stories”1985-1986
7J. Patterson and B. Tracy: Longfellow School, 2nd Grade, “A Storybook Quilt” (includes slides)n.d.
7Marina Seevak: Tobin School, 4th and 5th Grade, “Growing Up in My Homeland... Living Here Now”1988-1989
7Ruth Shea: Tobin School, 4th Grade, “What Were Your Parents Doing in 1968?” (includes photographs)1988-1989
7Ruth Shea: Tobin School, 4th Grade, “Stories of Our Family Heroes”1991-1992
7Harrington School, 3rd Grade, “Where in the World Did You Come From?” (includes slides)n.d.
7New Found Voicesn.d., 1984-1986
A Passion For Life
7Brochures and Press Articlesn.d., 1989-1990
7Correspondence, Evaluations, notesn.d., 1987-1991
7Directions Committeen.d., 1989-1990
7Final Projectn.d.
7Financial and Funding Recordsn.d., 1985-1990
8Interview Guidelinesn.d., 1987-1989
Photographs
8Generaln.d.
21Quaker Meeting in Ramallah, Palestinen.d.
21Unidentified Palestinian Womenn.d.
21Project Postern.d.
8Slidesn.d.
8Student Papers1989
8People Are Stories/Bringing Stories to Lifen.d., 1987-1993, 1998
8Preservation and Consolidation Projectn.d., 1983-1984
8Tom Sleigh: Lila Wallace Readers Digest Writers Award1992-1996
8Somerville Video Portraitsn.d.
Stories in Fabric
8General Informationn.d., 1984-1986, 1990
8Photographs (5 folders)n.d.
8Slidesn.d., 1984
8Talking on Water1997
8Touchable Stories1996
Transitions in Women's Lives
8Azorean Lettersn.d.
8Background Informationn.d., 1981
8Funding1981-1982
8Haitian Creole Script and Outreachn.d.
8Portuguese Script and Outreachn.d., 1982
8Spanish Script, Outreach, and Poemn.d., 1982
8Unidentified Interview Cardsn.d.
8Voices from the Caribbeann.d.
Voices of Lawrence/Voices of Teens
8Fundingn.d., 1991-1993
8Student Workn.d.
The Way Things Were/Jest Us
8Background Informationn.d., 1982
8Narrator Transcriptsn.d.
8Photographsn.d.
21Project Displaysn.d.
8Rough Draft and Final Projectn.d.,
Youth Build Boston
8General Informationn.d., 1990-1991
8Slides: Bringing Down the Wisdomn.d.
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6. Audiovisual Material, 1978-1995
Volume:8.0 cubic ft.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical
Summary:

This series contains audio-visual documentation of the Oral History Center's activities, particularly the collection of oral histories. Formats include VHS tapes, 3/4 inch UMATIC tapes, 8mm tapes, audio reel-to-reel tapes, and audio cassettes. Audio cassettes are the most extensive. The majority of the material comes from the Cambridge Women's Oral History Project, its related spin-offs, and the Lifelines Project. There is a small amount of audio material dealing with the administration of the Oral History Center, including recordings of retreats and meetings.
BoxTitleDate
8 mm Recordings
9Basketball Tournament (2 tapes)1995
9Billie-Jo Davis: Interview of Josephine Perez (2 tapes)n.d.
9Elders at Martin Luther King Day1995
9Marshall, Terry1995
9Basketball1995
9“Hanging Out”1995
9Interview (2 tapes)n.d.
9Paprilla, Austria: South End Violence (2 tapes)n.d.
9Unidentifiedn.d.
Audio: Cassettes
10Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) Workshop18 Feb 1994
Bridging Our Lives Workshop
10Evaluation by Berta Berriz, Dolores Goode, and Kristen Metz15 Jan 1991
10Last Class17 Dec 1990
10Model Interview: Kristen Metz interviewing Judith Glaubman10 Dec 1990
Bringing Stories to Light
10Model Interview: Kristen Metz interviewing Michael Barrish2 Mar 1991
10Workshop Sample Interview: Kristen Metz interviewing Debra Mecca14 Mar 1992
Cambridge Women's Oral History Project
10Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Meeting with High School Students about Projectn.d.
10CAPS Preliminary Interview by Cindy Cohen of Christine Cabral, Rae Dedman, and Ronda Deegan21 Nov 1980
10Evaluation Meeting (2 tapes)Apr 1981
10Excerpts of Storiesn.d.
10Immigration Workshop (2 tapes)n.d.
Interviews
10Winona Boardley (2 tapes)n.d.
10Gloria da Silvan.d.
10Iola Houtmann.d.
10Henrietta Jackson (3 tapes)n.d.
10Jessica'sn.d.
10Magie Maturin and Cindy Cohen by Ann Marie Milhommen.d.
10Ann Marie Milhomme by Cindy Cohenn.d.
10Teodocia Rodriguezn.d.
10Catherine Zirpolon.d.
10Practice Tapes (9 tapes)n.d.
10Radio Show of Mary Perry Alldithn.d.
10Relationship Workshopn.d.
10-11Training Tapes (4 tapes)n.d., 1980-1981
11Transfer Dub Tapen.d.
11Volunteer Meeting Discussionn.d.
11Work (2 tapes)n.d.
11Workshop on Black Women's Lives for the New England Association of Oral Historyn.d.
11Workshop on Growing Older at Cambridge Library (2 tapes)n.d.
Cambridge Women's Oral History Project: Evaluation
Interviews by Cindy Cohen
11Melissa Alonson1981
11Colleen Bolger1981
11Christine Cabral1981
11Kate Ellis1981
11Hermina Fernandes and Graca Arruda1981
11Hopey Fitzpatrick1981
11Gloria Herrera (2 tapes)1981
11Morgan Neville1981
11Jessica Rich1981
11Sharon Ryan1981
11Odilia Silva (2 tapes)1981
11Margaret Sparks1981
11Tracy Villereale (2 tapes)1981
Cambridge Women's Quilt Project
22Q1: Claudette LeComte, Janice Stephens1982
22Q2: Maria Luis, Madelena Friasn.d.
22Q4: Olga Melo, Gina Liman.d.
22Q5: Beverly Shear, Sarah Bansenn.d.
22Q6: Judith Liman.d.
22Q7: Bonnie Acker, Darcy Marshalln.d.
22Q8: Pattie Frances (slow speed), Robyn Thurstonn.d.
22Q9: Winona Boardley, Catherine Queenn.d.
22Q12: Mary Sclandra, Mary Andellan.d.
22Q13: Maria Ravanis, Heather Stowelln.d.
22Q14: Iola Houtman, Pattie Chasen.d.
22Q15: Shirlee Christophel, Jean Riouxn.d.
22Q16: Janet Mathews, Nancy Kerrn.d.
22Q17: Debbie Cohen, Pallas Lombard (wrong speed)n.d.
22Q18: Terry Wright, Gloria Herreran.d.
22Q22: Lillian Hanscome, Sara Jovrabackin.d.
22Q23: Romaine Doricenten.d.
22Q25: Mary Garron, Carrie Richardsonn.d.
22Q26: Louise Cauchon, Paulette Francisn.d.
22Q28: Vicky Wolf, Cindy Cohenn.d.
22Q30: Violet Jackson, Zuleka Queenn.d.
22Q31: Women's Center - Judith Norrisn.d.
22Q35: Elizabeth Bouviern.d.
11CEOC Classes21 Jan 1982
Cohen, Cindy: Interviews
11General23 May 1986
11About Her Involvement in the Center6 Jun 1992
11Bonnie Burt1 Dec 1980
City Voices: Wetherbee School, Lawrence, Massachusetts
11General1991
11All Class Tape19 Jan 1991
11Enrique Benitez: Class (3 tapes)1991
11Lynn Cox: Class, April 221991
11-12Betsy Kimball: Class (4 tapes)1991
12Kristen Metz: Interviewing a Class about “Starting Over”n.d.
Common Threads
12General1982-1983
12Exhibition Opening1 Nov 1983
Interviews
12Mary Andella by Lyndsay Frenchn.d.
12Shirlee Christophel by Sarah Bensonn.d.
12Agnes Darlington (2 tapes)n.d.
12Maria Fragoso, Maria by Cindy Cohenn.d.
12Kathy Galanopoulos by Cindy Cohenn.d.
12Gloria Herrera by Cindy Cohenn.d.
12Shew Gee Li, Shew Gee by Eva Chann.d.
12Rosario Morales by Cindy Cohen (2 tapes)n.d.
12Rosario Morales, Olga Silva and Kathy Galanopoulus by Cindy Cohenn.d.
12Margaret Primack (2 tapes)n.d.
12Theodocia Rodriguez by Florinda Pla in Spanishn.d.
12Olga Sliva by Cindy Cohen (2 tapes)n.d.
12Froso Sundlavedes and Kathy Galanopoulos by Cindy Cohenn.d.
12Susan Thompson by Cindy Cohen (2 tapes)n.d.
12Marie Yolette Val by Cindy Cohenn.d.
12Slideshow Script (2 tapes)n.d.
12Slideshow Soundtrackn.d.
12Community Program Council19 Nov 1986
12East Cambridge Riverfest: Collected Storiesn.d.
East Cambridge Unity Committee: Interviews
12Maria Cordeira1983
12Joe G. Geary, John T. Geary, and David T. Geary, Julie Geloutsky, Thelma Smith, Helen Botelho, Mary Ann Capucci, and Donna Cappucci1983
12John Geary1983
12Julie Geloutsky1983
12Thelma Smith, Helen Botelho, Mary Ann Capucci, and Donna Cappucci1983
12Fr.Vertselis1983
From Hearing My Mother Talk: Interviews
12Beatrice Ewing by Cindy Cohen3 Nov 1978
12Genevive Halsam by Connie Breece16 Nov 1978
13Martha Harron by Connie Breece3 Nov 1978
13Florence Luscomb by Cindy Cohenn.d.
13Parris Luscomb and Florence Luscomb by Cindy Cohenn.d.
13Helen O'Rourke, Marie Beck and Betty Mahoney by Connie Breecen.d.
13Catherine Peterson by Cindy Cohenn.d.
13Elinor Rowe by Cindy Cohenn.d.
13Catherine Sprague by Connie Breecen.d.
13Elsa Stern by Cindy Cohen (2 tapes)n.d.
13Pauline Swift and Mabel Levarity by Cindy Cohenn.d.
13Pauline Swift by Cindy Cohen1978-1979
Griots of Roxbury
13General1991-1994
13Comments Tape from Griots ExhibitApr-May 1994
13Egleston Square High School7 Apr 1994
13Exhibit Reaction Tape21 Jun 1994
13Griots Discussion: Wrapping up the Project (2 tapes)21 Jun 1994
13Griots Music Soundtrackn.d.
13“You've Got A Story To Tell”: Commentsn.d.
13“Johnny's Song,” by Steve Mason (Poetry of a Vietnam Veteran)1986
13Kane School, Bilingual Class, Lawrence, Massachusetts3 Mar 1990
Kieran Mead-Ward School, Community Service Project at Graham-Parks School: Interviews
13Florina Pla1992
13Carrie Richardson1 Apr 1992
13Lawrence Public/Parochial School Training: Evaluation by Teachers (2 tapes)31 May 1990
13Learning from Our Lives: Planning Meeting (2 tapes)2 Mar 1995
Let Life Be Yours: Voices of Cambridge Working Women
13Arts Council Tapen.d.
13Composite Master Tape: Early Draft (2 tapes)n.d.
13Dub from Master Reel of 1981 (2 tapes)Jun 1987
13Haitian Folk Musicn.d.
Haitian Creole
13Interviews Translation1 Dec 1981
13Translation of Program (4 tapes)n.d.
14July Versionn.d.
14Master Mix Tape12 Mar 1988
Portuguese
14Translation (3 tapes)n.d.
14Interviews Translationn.d.
14Planning Sessionn.d.
14Radio Promotion and Edited Interviewsn.d.
14Slide Show Program1981
Spanish
14Interviews Translation1 Dec 1981
14Translation of Programs (3 tapes)n.d.
14Unidentified Translationsn.d.
14Lifelines Celebration4 mar 1986
Lifelines Evaluations
14Steve Barkin and Pat Berkley at Graham-Parks Schooln.d.
14Marcia Baynes at Longfellow Schooln.d.
14Marcia Baynes and MaryBeth Haynes at Longfellow School25 Mar 1986
14Pat Berkley at Graham-Parks School26 Mar 1986
14Marilyn Brownlie at Longfellow School; Joe Pagliaro at Morse School, 25 Mar 1986; Len Solo at Graham-Parks School26 Mar 1986
14Danielle Conway at Tobin Schooln.d.
14MaryBeth Haynes at Longfellow Schooln.d.
14Daniel Kelly and Danielle Conway at Tobin School27 Mar 1986
14Joe Pagliaron.d.
14Lifelines Training of Trainers Teacher Panel DiscussionApr 1989
Lifelines Project
Marcia Baynes at Longfellow School, 6th Grade: “Growing Up in Cambridge” Interviews
14Mr. Bourne1986-1987
14Mrs. Browning1986-1987
14Dr. Grace Gardner1986-1987
Pat Berkley at Graham-Parks School, 5th Grade: “We Are Proud of Who We Are”1985-1986
14Haitian Slideshow Tape
14Haitian Tape Script
Interviews
14Dr. Jean Baptiste
14Dr. Jean Baptiste and Guerdes Fleurant
14Fritz Dossous
14Guerdes Fleurant
14Josiane Hudicourt-Barnes
14Slide-tape Narration
MaryBeth Haynes at Longfellow School, 8th Grade: “Trials and Triumphs”
15, 22Final Project Audio Recording (2 versions)n.d.
Interviews
15Mary AndellaDec 1985
15Isabelle Diekewicz3 Feb 1986
15Georgianna Jonesn.d.
15Catherine E. Maytum10 Dec 1985
15Carrie Richardson13 Nov 1985
15Catherine Smith10 Dec 1985
15Delia Souzan.d.
Practice Interviews
15Francesca Brotman-Orner with Mother27 Oct 1985
15David Fitzpayne with Mothern.d.
15Ingrid Kleespies with Mother22 Oct 1985
15Jessica Shattuck with Mothern.d.
15Unidentified Student with Mothern.d.
M. Seevak at Tobin School, 4th Grade: “Growing Up in My Homeland... Living Here Now” Interviews
15Mary AndellaFeb 1989
15Contanza EggersFeb 1989
15MarcoFeb 1989
15Paul YuFeb 1989
15V. Swoboda at Tobin School, 7th Grade: “Taking a Stand” Interview of Lupe Tovares23 jan 1989
Metz, Kristen: Interviews
15Andrea, a Women's Studies Student at Mount Holyoke5 Mar 1991
15For WUMB “From the Source”18 Dec 1990
15Young Class in Bostonn.d.
15New Found Voices: “Gajes:” Interview by Stacie Martinelli1986
Northeastern University Centennial: Interviews for Chapter in “Tradition and Innovation” by K. Fitzgerald, J. Fraser and E. Jackson
15Ruth Batson9 Mar 1995
15Paula Clark12 Apr 1996
15Gregory Coffin17 Jul 1996
15Mel King3 Dec 1996
15Kenneth Ryder4 Dec 1996
Oral History Center Board Meeting
15With Cindy Cohen27 Jun 1996
15With Kristen Metz11 Jun 1996
15Oral History Center Story Sharing Event7 Apr 1988
15Oral History Center at Bedford Unitarian Church, Bedford, Massachusetts4 Oct 1987
15Oral History Center Retreat (5 tapes)27 Jan 1990
15Oral History Center Board Retreatn.d.
15Oral History: A Tool for Advocates Workshop #113 Mar 1990
16A Passion for Life: Direction Committee Evaluation10 Aug 1989
A Patchwork of Our Lives
16Quilt Song1982
16Quilt Song Rehearsal6 Jul 1982
16Program Report Bookn.d.
16Carrie Richardson: Interview16 Dec 1986
16Stories in Fabric: Individual Descriptions of Tapestriesn.d.
The Way Things Were/Jest Us: Interviews
16Zelma Evelyn by Group of ChildrenFall 1982
16Lydia McLean by Group of ChildrenFall 1982
16Virginia Stephenson by Group of ChildrenFall 1982
16Trainers Discussion21 Jul 1992
Training of Trainers
16General5 Feb 1990
16Institute for Educators (3 tapes)n.d.
Unidentified Interviews
22Ana's Interview with May, Susan Thompsonn.d.
22Betsy Rose at Children's MuseumMay 1985
16Class Interviewing Immigrant Panamanian Womenn.d.
16Girl Discussing Her Involvement with the Oral History Centern.d.
16Small Group Telling and Discussing Storiesn.d.
16Stacie's Interview with PhilomeineSpring 1986
Unidentified Project: Interviews
16Rita Bettencourt and Luisa Goncalvesn.d.
16Maria Cabral and Natercia Manitan.d.
16Natalia Costa and Maria Peixoton.d.
16Assuncao Goncalves and Maria Monten.d.
16Maria Quelhan.d.
16Guiomar Santos and Lucy Camaran.d.
16Maria Viega and Ernestina Pereiran.d.
Youth Build Boston
16Group 1: Discussion on History6 Mar 1991
Interviews
16Edson Auguste by Kristin Metz6 Aug 1991
16Kevin Barr and Rudy27 Feb 1991
16Victor Burgos by Kristin Metz2 Apr 1991
16Kevin Dixon and Manny27 Feb 1991
16Cynthia Fletcher by Michael and Marian.d.
16Mr. Fletcher by Luis, Tracey, Victor and Maria19 Mar 1991
16Delacy Glover and ?(Night Jones) by Ralph Lace Waim6 Mar 1991
16Marvis Grant (Teacher) and Kevin12 Mar 1991
16Ms. Haskins by Kevin Dixon, Ray Rushin, Maria Gonzalez and Rudolph Griffith26 Mar 1991
16Helen Horner at Fields Corner1991 Mar 19
16Helen Horner by Joe Willis, Edson Auguste, Brian Newberry, Victor Burgos and Ralph Bocoten.d.
16Roschell Jones by Kristen Metz23 Jul 1991
17Thomas Brent2 Jul 1991
17Luis Lopez and Aaron Hall6 Mar 1991
17Victor Melodie, Maria and Verneice6 Mar 1991
17Mike and Edgar27 Feb 1991
17Miss Thomas Miner by Ray, Vincent, and Edgarn.d.
17Mrs. Mary Pam by Rudy and Manny (2 tapes)12 Mar 1991
17Steve Perry by Vincent, Edgar, and Michael26 Mar 1991
17Kevin Dixon: Reading Trial Scriptn.d.
17Slide-tape Show: History of Roxbury19 Aug 1991
22Women's History Tape: Sistersn.d.
Audio: Reel-to-Reel
18Cambridge Women's Oral History Project Master MixJul 1981
Let Life Be Yours
18Edited Four Minute Piecen.d.
18Edited Narration, Original Mastern.d.
18Feature Headsn.d.
18Haitian Creole versionn.d.
18Intro “A”n.d.
18Intro “B”n.d.
18Master Mixn.d.
18Narrator Outtakesn.d.
18Original Interviews in Foreign Languagesn.d.
18Outtakesn.d.
18Portuguese Versionn.d.
18Spanish Versionn.d.
18Translationsn.d.
18Cindy Marshalln.d.
18Unidentified (2 tapes)n.d.
¾ Inch UMATIC Recordings
19“A Life of Song”: A Portrait of Ruth Rubin1985
19Griots: “Beyond the Classroom”1994 Jan 20
19Let Life Be Yours (2 copies)1981
19Unidentifiedn.d.
VHS Recordings
19Common Threadsn.d.
19“Folk Roots New Roots: Defining Tradition”n.d.
19Carolyn Graham: Oral History Center Training7 Nov 1986
19Griots of Roxbury: “Beyond the Classroom”20 Jan 1994
19King Connection: Radio Play and Mural22 May 1990
19Let Life Be Yours (2 copies)1981
19“A Life of Song: Cindy Marshall”n.d.
19Kristin Kristin: Oral History Center Interviewn.d.
19Oral History Center Interviews12 May 1992
19Reading Rainbow: The Patchwork Quiltn.d.
19Something to be Heard (2 copies)n.d.
19Teacher Training5 Dec 1986
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