Oral History Project Collection
Scope and Contents
Material documenting the University of Baltimore Oral History Project undertaken by Langsdale Library staff beginning in 1971. The collection includes a call for participation, five transcripts and eight interviews.
- 1971 - 1983
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright is held by the University of Baltimore.
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The University of Baltimore Oral History Project Collection has been organized into two series.
The University of Baltimore Oral History Project was proposed in 1971 by Adele Newburger of Langsdale Library as a means to capture recollections from individuals of standing regarding the development of the University of Baltimore.The details of the provenance of this record group in relation to its acquistion by the University Archives is unknown.
Collection reprocessed in July 2020. Five interview's tapes were digitized by Aiden Faust.Three transcripts and one folder were digitized by Fatemeh Rezaei in July 2020. Two transcripts for Clifford James interview and Kathleen Joyce and Clifford James interview created by Fatemeh rezaei and the electronic files added to the collection in July and August 2020. There are two missing audio tapes for Martha Ross and Catherine Gira. William Perl's interview was intellectually separated from the collection. Meb Turner interview tape is broken. But, it is repaired and digitized by the vendor.
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