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African American Mills Alums
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(California: Mills College. Minerva/F.W. Olin Library. Archives. Oakland Living History Program),
Source: www.mills.edu
(California: Mills College. Minerva/F.W. Olin Library. Archives. Oakland Living History Program),
Source: www.mills.edu
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Asian Americans: South Bay/Los Angeles Nisei
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(California: California State University, Long Beach. Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive),
Source: csulb-dspace.calstate.edu
When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Issei (first generation immigrants) and their Nisei children were well established in the South Bay area of Los Angeles County. Some raised fruit, vegetables and flowers on undeveloped land that they rented or farmed as sharecroppers. Others formed cooperatives or corporations to...
(California: California State University, Long Beach. Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive),
Source: csulb-dspace.calstate.edu
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California State University, Fullerton: University Archives
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(California: California State University, Fullerton. Center for Oral and Public History),
Source: coph.fullerton.edu
(California: California State University, Fullerton. Center for Oral and Public History),
Source: coph.fullerton.edu
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Center for Iranian Jewish Oral History Project
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(California: Center for Iranian Jewish Oral History),
Source: www.library.ucla.edu
The project of oral history consists of the compilation of original documents and the recording of different individuals’ personal history as retold during interviews. The majority of these individuals were involved, to various degrees, whether in federal and governmental decision-making processes or in academic...
(California: Center for Iranian Jewish Oral History),
Source: www.library.ucla.edu
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Central Avenue Sounds Oral History Project
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(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research)
Interviews in this series preserve the spoken memories of individuals, mainly musicians, who were raised near and/or performed on Los Angeles's Central Avenue from the late 1920s to the mid-1950s.
(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research)
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Civil Liberties
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(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research),
Source: oralhistory.library.ucla.edu
Los Angeles activists involved in a variety of civil rights and civil liberties issues.
(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research),
Source: oralhistory.library.ucla.edu
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County Store Proprietors
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(California: Monterey County. Agricultural and Rural Life Museum)
(California: Monterey County. Agricultural and Rural Life Museum)
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Dance in Los Angeles
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(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research),
Source: oralhistory.library.ucla.edu
Los Angeles-based dancers and dance educators.
(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research),
Source: oralhistory.library.ucla.edu
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Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement
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(California: University of California, Berkeley. Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office),
Source: www.lib.berkeley.edu
(California: University of California, Berkeley. Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office),
Source: www.lib.berkeley.edu
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Floriculture Oral History Project
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(California: Japanese American National Museum),
Source: umaine.edu
The Floriculture Oral History Project consists of sixteen interviews conducted with flower growers of the California Flower Market of Northern California and the Southern California Flower Growers, also know as the Japanese Market. These interviews examine the historical orgins of both markets and the significant...
(California: Japanese American National Museum),
Source: umaine.edu
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