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Scope and Contents The collection consists of oral history transcripts of interviews conducted for the "Baltimore '68: Riots and Rebirth" project, as well as documents related to the conference, website, and book.
Scope and Contents Video interviews on 25 DVD-R discs and interview transcripts on 1 CD-R disc.
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Abstract This collection contains a video interview with James (Jim) Fite, labor activist and former White Lung Association (WLA) Executive Director and National Secretary. The interview was conducted by Bill Barry, labor activist in 2018.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of reports, correspondence, clippings, interview tapes, transcripts, and photographs documenting Gertrude Williams' career in the Baltimore City Public School System, with particular focus on Barclay Middle School (P.S. 054). Topics covered include desegregation, efforts to institute school based management and school center budgeting, and the perennial struggle over city and state funding for education.
Scope and Contents Fifty taped interviews with specialists on various aspects of Chesapeake Bay history from the colonial period to present day. The interviews were conducted by Fred Hopkins and Joe Goldenberg. The recordings have not been transcribed.
Scope and Contents 47 interviews with long-time residents of Hampden who reside in the stone houses known as Stone Hill. The collection includes cassette tapes and text excerpts. Audio clips from the interviews are available on the project website.
Scope and Content Note The Waxter Center Oral Histories Collection contains 12 audio interviews and transcripts collected by Joshua Davis, University of Baltimore assistant professor, Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies, and by the students of his “History 205 African American History since 1865” class. The students interviewed participants at the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens in Baltimore, MD on February 13 and 14, 2019. The project was part of the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read grant...