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Frank de Caro Folklife in Louisiana Photography Series
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(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
Interviews conducted by LSU English Professor Frank de Caro for the exhibit and catalog, Folklife in Louisiana Photography: Images of Tradition (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1990). The interviewees are photographers noted for their depictions of Louisiana folklife. They discuss their work, other photographers, and the...
(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
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Gillis Long Series
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(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
Dr. Gary Huey conducted these interviews with friends and critics of Gillis Long for a biography of Long.
(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
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Hogan Jazz Archive Oral History Index
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(Louisiana: Tulane University. Hogan Jazz Archive),
Source: jazz.tulane.edu
The Hogan Jazz Archive, a department within Tulane University's Special Collections Division, is a renowned resource for New Orleans Jazz research. Our collection includes oral histories, recorded music, photographs and film, and sheet music and orchestrations. We also maintain files of manuscripts, clippings, an...
(Louisiana: Tulane University. Hogan Jazz Archive),
Source: jazz.tulane.edu
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Louisiana Holocaust Survivors
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(Louisiana: Tulane University),
Source: www.teachingtheholocaust.com
Local residents share their stories in interviews conducted by Plater Robinson, the Institute's Holocaust Education specialist. Oral histories of Holocaust survivors are an important resource for researchers and educators. The survivor's personal recollections provide insights into events as experienced and interp...
(Louisiana: Tulane University),
Source: www.teachingtheholocaust.com
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Maritime Labor History
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(Texas: Texas A&M University, College Station. Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. Special Collections)
These interviews were conducted in 1982 and 1983 by a Ph.D. candidate in history, Donald Willett, who was writing a dissertation on the National Maritime Union. All are open, and some are transcribed.
(Texas: Texas A&M University, College Station. Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. Special Collections)
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Military Series
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(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
This series documents Louisiana's military tradition and focuses primarily on World War II.
(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
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Political Series
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(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
This series focuses on Louisiana's rich political history. Topics include the civil rights movement, the Tidelands case, stump speaking, Louisiana's oil industry, the administrations of governors from Huey Long through John McKeithen.
(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
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Robert Ray Cox Series
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(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
Cox (M.L.A. 1978, LSU) recorded these interviews for his thesis The Gardens of the Shadows on the Teche as Designed by Weeks Hall. The interviewees describe the restoration and landscaping of the gardens at the Shadows, a plantation located in New Iberia, Louisiana, by owner Weeks Hall.
(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
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Southern Communities: Listening for a Change - Southern Louisiana Environmentalism
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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 exploring environmentalism in Louisiana. Eugene Ford and Paul Francke, undergraduate students at the University of Chicago, conducted the interviews in August 2000, while they were working as summer interns with the Southern Oral History Program.
(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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Volunteers of American Series
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(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
Interviews for this series were conducted by students enrolled in two service learning English composition classes at LSU taught by Wade and Susann Dorman. Wanting the service aspect of their course to be based on writing, the Dormans decided to help the Baton Rouge Chapter of Volunteers of America (VOA) write a h...
(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
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