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Atlanta's Black Community and Education, Series O
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(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
Source: archivesspace.library.gsu.edu
This site provides only abstracts of all 14 interviews. The interviewees are individuals who are associated with the Atlanta Student Movement for Civil Rights in 1060-1961. Topics include sit-ins, the Montgomery bus boycott, faculty and parental support for the students, and civil rights leaders such as Martin Lut...
(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
Source: archivesspace.library.gsu.edu
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Dan Sweat, Series P
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(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
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Sweat was terminally ill at the time of the interviews, which began in November of 1996 and ran through January of 1997. Sweat recounts his life in public service, and the interviews are colored by stories and anecdotes about the recent history of Atlanta. These interviews were conducted during an illness that r...
(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
Source: research.library.gsu.edu
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Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Project
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(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
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The Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Collection began in 1995 as part of the Georgia Women's Movement Project, a joint undertaking of the Women's Studies Institute of Georgia State University and the Special Collections Department of The University Library. The collection is composed of taped interviews (audi...
(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
Source: research.library.gsu.edu
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Marvin Griffin, Series F
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(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
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This series of interviews was conducted by Robert Dubay as research for a proposed book on Georgia Gov. Marvin Griffin, who served from 1955 to 1959. Dubay is a professor of history at Bainbridge College.
(Georgia: Georgia State University. William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections & Archives),
Source: research.library.gsu.edu
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Mill Workers Oral History Collection
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(Georgia: Columbus State University. Simon Schwob Memorial Library, Archives),
Source: archives.columbusstate.edu
The oral histories of the collection include information about a wide variety of mills during the 1930s-1980s. Significant trends recorded in the histories that are common to most of the mills during this time are the incorporation of air conditioning, improvement in air quality, growing use of mechanical equipmen...
(Georgia: Columbus State University. Simon Schwob Memorial Library, Archives),
Source: archives.columbusstate.edu
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Oral History Collection Black Education: Dual System
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(Georgia: Georgia College and State University. Russell Library. Ina Dillard Russell Special Collections),
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(Georgia: Georgia College and State University. Russell Library. Ina Dillard Russell Special Collections),
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Oral History Collection Interviews of Retired and Practicing Teachers of Baldwin County 1930-1960
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(Georgia: Georgia College and State University. Russell Library. Ina Dillard Russell Special Collections),
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(Georgia: Georgia College and State University. Russell Library. Ina Dillard Russell Special Collections),
Source: libguides.gcsu.edu
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Slave Narratives
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(Texas: Texas A&M University, College Station. Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. Special Collections)
During the 1930s, the federal government commissioned interviewing former slaves. It was a project of the Works Progress Administration. The Collection acquired sixteen recordings which are in poor condition. All are open.
(Texas: Texas A&M University, College Station. Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. Special Collections)
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Southern Communities: Listening for a Change - African Americans in Hancock County
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
Interviews conducted by Mark Schultz between 1988 and 2001 in and around Hancock County, Ga., about the primary ways that white and black lives actually intersected there in the years between 1910 and 1950. Interviewees include black and white landowners, tenants, lumber workers, tradesmen, soldiers, teachers, and...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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Special Research Projects: Remembering Black Main Streets
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
Interviews with residents, chiefly African American business owners, of Savannah, Ga., and Greensboro, N.C., inquiring into the fate of southern black business in the wake of urban renewal and desegregation. folders R-iii through R-vi contain background information about Savannah and Greensboro.
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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