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Scope and Content Note The Baltimore Sixty-Eight Riots Collection contains 68 oral history interviews conducted for the "Baltimore '68: Riots and Rebirth" project, as well as project documentation including notes, interview materials, correspondence and oral history interview forms. Of the 68 interviews, 66 include text transcripts of each interview and 12 interviews include digital audio recordings. The oral history interviews in this collection were conducted between 2006 and 2008 in the Baltimore, Maryland region...
Dates: circa 2006-2008
Scope and Contents This collection contains eighteen transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with eighteen indivduals who had been active in the early years of The People's Community Health Center, which was originally named The People's Free Medical Clinic, in Baltimore, Maryland. The interviews were conducted between 2010 and 2011 by University of Baltimore undergraduate students for a project in a class taught by UB professor Dr. Elizabeth Nix in fall 2011. Interviews were edited and finalized in...
Scope and Contents This collection contains six text transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with residents of the Reservoir Hill neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland in 2010 by UB students. The Reservoir Hill neighborhood is traditionally defined as being bordered by North Avenue, Eutaw Place, Druid Park Lake Drive and Mount Royal Terrace. Topics discussed during the interviews include the Baltimore City SCOPE programs that helped homebuyers purchase and rehabilitate city-owned houses in the early 2000s,...
Dates: 2010 October-November