University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Interviews by Bob Gilgor, a retired doctor and Chapel Hill, N.C., documentarian, with teachers, staff, and alumni from Lincoln High School, Chapel Hill's historically black secondary institution. The school was closed during the implementation of school desegregation in Chapel Hill in 1962. Interviewees discuss African American life and race relations in Chapel Hill, as well as education, discipline, extracurricular activities, and social life in high school before and after school integration
Minnesota Historical Society
Material compiled and photographed by James P. Leary as part of the Minnesota Historical Society Minnesota Polka Project. The seven photographs were donated as part of the project. Collection includes images of individual and group portraits of polka musicians, dancers, and venues, including the Polish American Club at 1003 Arcade Street in Saint Paul
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains digital video and audio oral histories, transcripts, and biographical information of Wyoming Veterans
State Library of Queensland
A collection of interviews regarding the history of Hervey Bay
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Interviews with more than 150 people covering a wide range of topics, including early county history, farming and machinery, the Aroostook War, railroads, lumbering, potato farming, maple sugar making, folksongs, folklore, folk medicine, politics, town meetings, cross-border migration, smuggling, Indians, sporting camps, schools, tall tales, superstitions, and other aspects of the county's cultural heritage -- Includes brief abstracts and general index by subject and town
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains two oral history interviews about Boice Ranch in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mark Junge interviewed Boice, Joan Faber, Marietta Dinneen, and Mary Hartman at the Hartman residence in Cheyenne, Wyoming in January and February of 2015
Northeastern University - Archives and Special Collections Department
The records of the Oral History Center document their efforts between 1978 and 1998 to collect the stories of groups often overlooked by history, including women, children, immigrants, and minorities, in the Cambridge and Boston area. Records include correspondence, reports, plans and proposals, project files, funding information, lesson plans, publicity materials, oral history audio recordings and transcriptions, video recordings, photographs, and slides. Series 1 documents the administrative operations of the Oral History Center. Series 2 contains information concerning the Oral History Center's move to Northeastern University and the relationship between the two organizations. Series 3 contains information about projects in which the Oral History Center acted as either a consultant or in collaboration with another organization. Series 4 deals with workshops that the Oral History Center sponsored, took part in, or attended. Series 5 covers the oral history projects of the Oral ... Read More
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The Americana (Brazil) Oral History Project collection consists of transcripts of interviews, audiocassette recordings of interviews, permission forms, photographs and slides, computer disks and printouts of directories, genealogical charts, clippings, printed material, and collected material. 5208 -- These materials all concern interviews Professor Eugene D. Carlisle conducted in 1978 with descendants of the original emigrants, members of the Fraternidade de Descendencia Americana
Utah State Archives and Records Service
A collection of oral histories regarding the construction of the transcontinental railroad and the Golden Spike National Historic Site. Most regard Promentory Village and Promontory Station
Minnesota Historical Society
The interviews document the experiences of Chinese Americans in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area between 1940-2002. They include the challenges of starting a new life in Minnesota and continuing to support family members in China, information on Chinese American businesses, organizations and events, and the Chinese Sunday School at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Minneapolis. INTERVIEWEES: Harry Chin, Sheila Chin Morris, Jane Wilson, and Oy Huie Anderson