University of California, San Diego
The collection contains Oliveros' original writings, compositions, correspondence and sketches. Also included are interviews, programs and reviews, teaching materials and writings about and relating to Oliveros' work., subject files, reel-to-reel audio tapes and ephemera
Houston Public Library - Houston Metropolitan Research Center
Music has been at the center of the lives of Edith Gutierrez and her daughter, Pauline Oliveros. Gutierrez has taught piano for much of her life, played professionally, and was active in the Houston music scene. Oliveros, whom Gutierrez had with her first husband, J.B. Oliveros III, is an internationally known composer and accordionist. In 1952, at the age of 20, Pauline moved from Houston to San Francisco. She and her mother wrote to one another for the next 20 years. They discussed many topics, among which were their musical interests and activities. They come from a musically talented family. Gutierrez's father, John Monroe Gribbin, had the ability to learn musical instruments by ear. Her mother, Pauline Gribbin, taught piano for many years. Gutierrez's second husband, Patricio Gutierrez, played professionally for many years
Kentucky Historical Society
Interviews documenting the history of Olive Hill and its residents
Museum of the Great Plains
Sixty-four pages of interviews prepared and submitted by Margaret Updegrove Harrold to the Federal Theatre Project -- Topics include Geronimo, Quaker Indian agents, General Nelson Miles, Medicine Park, Okla., minerals in the Wichitas, longhorn cattle, and the Geronimo film company (1939)
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Personal papers consist of a memoir and autobiographical notes, two oral history interviews, diaries, daybooks, and correspondence, including letters from and about Frieda Miller. Reports, correspondence, position papers, articles, and minutes document Newman's work with the WTUL, ILGWU and its health center, the Women's Bureau, and other government agencies. Included is correspondence with Leonora O'Reilly, Rose Schneiderman, Elisabeth Christman and Mary Dreier. Newman's travels through the Midwest, 1911-1918, to organize union locals and strikes are discussed in letters to Schneiderman and in articles Newman wrote. Her articles also reflect her support of protective legislation, equal pay, improved working conditions, and the minimum wage, and her opposition to the Equal Rights Amendment. A microfilm of clippings by and about Newman and some photos are also included
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The Pauline Bart papers are arranged into five series. The Personal Files Series contains correspondence, appointment books, diaries, peer-reviewed mansucripts for which Bart served as a referee, and other material related to Bart's personal and professional life. The Writings Series contains drafts and copies of reviews, drafts of Bart's book, Stopping Rape: Successful Survival Strategies, drafts and published copies of articles and academic papers written by Bart; and other materials related to her writings. The Teaching Materials Series contains papers related to classes taught by Bart. The Research Files Series contains interview transcripts, content analysis, and other papers related to the Jane Collective, materials related to Stopping Rape: Successful Survival Strategies, interview transcripts and other papers related to a study of depression, and other research files. The Audiotapes series contains recordings of talks given by Bart, conference sessions, presentations, ... Read More
Mills College - F.W. Olin Library
The Pauline Oliveros collection documents the professional career of composer, accordionist and performer, Pauline Oliveros.
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Audiotape and catalog, compiled by Lewis from Lubec, Me., including interviews with Milledge Lewis, Margaret Hallet, and Paul Morrison; jokes and anecdotes; William MacBride; devil; tall tale; legend of Capt. Kidd's treasure; healer; folk heroes; George Magoon and Wilbur Day, poachers; songs; and poem
Ouachita Parish Public Library
Interviews of persons in Ouachita Parish, La., conducted by members of the Junior League; together with information about the interviews -- Interviewee include Elenora Brinsmade, Clara Cobbs, Oliver Leigh Myatt Cochran, Frances Vivian Flanders, Zanona (Mrs. Clifton B.) Flinn, Warren Fox, Mrs. F.L. (Neva) Jones, Martha Curtis Kennedy, Mary Louise Korman, Helen LeFevre, Charlie Lusk, Frances Montgomery, Jeremiah Reed, Emily Parker Robinson, Estelle Sanders, Marie Louise Snelling, Pauline Wyatt, and Mathylde Rosbury Young