One interview -- Topics covered include his mission work, the Tanzanian people, Christianity and animism, political situation in Tanzania, role of tribal chiefs, his conversion and call to mission work, changes in the Tanzanian church, role of women in the African Inland Church and other mission-related topics. Events described in the interview cover the time period 1950-1988
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Scope and Contents note Original audio cassettes and transcripts of oral history interviews with individuals involved in the transportation industry known as containerization: Arthur Donovan, interviewer.
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
An interview of Lucy Lippard conducted 2011 Mar. 15, by Sue Heinemann, for the Archives of American Art's Elizabeth Murray Oral History of Women in the Visual Arts project, at Baer's home, in Galisteo, N.M.
The Society of American Archivists (SAA) is the oldest and largest national professional association of archivists in North America. The collection contains materials from the organization of the SAA in 1936 to present day. The main record groups document the activities of the SAA officers; councilors; executive directors; the editorship of The American Archivist; and SAA committees, roundtables, sections, and task forces.
Interview with Jeff Mincham for the 'Eminent Australians' Oral History program. Jeff Mincham has followed a distinguished career as a potter and in the ceramics field. He talks about his childhood in Strathalbyn. Growing up ʻartisticʼ in a rural environment. Student experiences at Prince Alfred College. Leaving the family farm. Changing art medium. Education in ceramics. Teaching in South Australia and postgraduate studies in Tasmania. Technical experimentation. Working as an artist at the Jam Factory. Moving to Cherryville. The first exhibition in Sydney. The Japanese aesthetic influence of raku. Meeting a life partner and her influence on his work. The ʻinternational componentʼ of his practice. Beginning on the ʻindividualistic pathʼ. Disk two: (p19) The crux of success as an artist. The role of commissions. Changes to the art world in the 1990s. Becoming a ʻprisonerʼ of his own work. Teaching in Scotland and a new artistic direction. Physical illness. Maturation of the ... Read More
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Marjorie B. Paxson Papers have been arranged into the following eight series: Articles; Professional; Womenâs Conferences and Organizations; Correspondence; Personal; Family; Photographs; and Audiovisual. The Articles series contains news articles and drafts written by Paxson for a variety of newspapers and other publications throughout her journalistic career. The series is arranged alphabetically. The Professional series consists of material concerning Paxsonâs p ...