Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Topics include his self-tattooing, specific tattoos, and why tattoos have different meanings for different people
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Topics include: sites used for church services in the past, as well as the building and development of the current structure; past personalities and leaders of the church; personal reminiscences about the role of the church and religion in their lives; and church-related activities and programs
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence for Loomis's work as associate director of Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Radiation Laboratory and as director of the Lincoln Laboratory; transcripts and tapes of a Nov. 19, 1965 interview; publications; and other papers. Topics include Loomis's family background, decision to teach at University of Illinois, the development of modern physics, staffing at University of Illinois and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Illinois College of Engineering and Control Systems Laboratory, cyclotrons, spectroscopy, betatrons, World War I work in anti-aircraft ballistics, sabbatical in England before World War II, atomic bomb project, J. Robert Oppenheimer security clearance case, atomic physics, molecular spectroscopy, naval ordnance, and Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Persons represented include John Bardeen, Gilberto Bernardini, Maurice Goldhaber, Leland Haworth, Donald Kerst, Milo Ketchum, P. Gerald Kruger, Polykarp Kusch, Harold Mott-Smith, ... Read More
University of Washington Libraries
Research materials gathered by Thomas for his M.A. thesis (University of Washington) on George Washington Bush, pioneer African American settler in Washington Territory. Includes transcript of interview with Belle Bush Twohy, great-granddaughter of G.W. Bush, her reminiscences, and correspondence with and material from other repositories
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Interview with Irenee and Simone Bolduc, at Lewiston, Me., about their lives as Franco-Americans -- Includes partial handwritten transcript (parts in French not transcribed)
Northeast Harbor Library
Interview with Kimball relating to Northeast Harbor personalities and events
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Elliott offered his memories of his involvement with the Boise Little Theater (BLT). He spoke of the period between the 1960s and 1996 and of the following topics: amateur theater in Boise, and the numerous plays put on at the BLT during his time with the group. He also offered his thoughts on the operations and the board of the BLT
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Topics include circuit riders and clergy in Idaho
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Schott discusses his experiences as a U.S. Army veteran. Topics include World War II in the European Theater. The time period covered is the 1930s and 1940s
Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Oral History Center
William H. Mase, Frank Mase, and Hazel Mase discuss various aspects of life in the small communities of Cocolalla and Careywood in northern Idaho. Topics include logging, businesses, homesteading, farming, socializing, and the 1910 fire