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Rad Lab Interviews
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(New Jersey: Rutgers University. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Oral History Center),
Source: ethw.org
The Rad Lab Collection is a collection of oral histories conducted in 1991 by staff of the IEEE History Center at the celebration of the MIT Radiation Laboratory's fiftieth anniversary.
(New Jersey: Rutgers University. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Oral History Center),
Source: ethw.org
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Women's History: Feminist Health Movement
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(California: California State University, Long Beach. Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive),
Source: csulb-dspace.calstate.edu
From its earliest days in the 1960s, the women’s liberation movement focused on abortion and women’s right to control their bodies. Some of the more radical groups engaged in underground abortion clinics, most notably in Chicago
(California: California State University, Long Beach. Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive),
Source: csulb-dspace.calstate.edu
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Nantucket Historical Association Oral History Collection
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(Massachusetts: Nantucket Historical Association),
Source: nha.org
The NHA houses and makes available over 100 oral history interviews, chiefly of Nantucket natives, year-round residents, as well as summer residents. An increasing number of these interviews are available online as well as in-house, and are available here.
(Massachusetts: Nantucket Historical Association),
Source: nha.org
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Allen-Johnson Family Papers, 1759-1992
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 19222 page(s)

Joseph Allen (1790-1873), the son of Phineas and Ruth Smith Allen, of Medfield, Massachusetts, graduated from Harvard in 1811. He then studied for the ministry and in l8l6 was called by the town of Northborough to be its third minister. It was a post he held for forty years, until he voluntarily relinquished hi...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 19222 page(s)
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American Craftspeople Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.cul.columbia.edu
Over 150 interviews with a wide range of craftspeople working in a variety of mediums
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.cul.columbia.edu
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Autobiography of a Chinese Woman
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written by Buwei Yang Chao, 1889-; edited by Yuenren Chao (New York, NY: John Day Co., 1947), 327 page(s)
written by Buwei Yang Chao, 1889-; edited by Yuenren Chao (New York, NY: John Day Co., 1947), 327 page(s)
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Memoir of Belle Boyd
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written by Belle Boyd, 1844-1900; edited by George Augustus Sala, 1828-1895; in Belle Boyd in Camp and in Prison (New York, NY: Blelock, 1865), 277-289
written by Belle Boyd, 1844-1900; edited by George Augustus Sala, 1828-1895; in Belle Boyd in Camp and in Prison (New York, NY: Blelock, 1865), 277-289
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Diary of Bessie Mattern, July, 1902
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written by Bessie Mattern, 1878- (1902); in Bessie Mattern Diary, 1892-1910 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press, 2002), 176-176
written by Bessie Mattern, 1878- (1902); in Bessie Mattern Diary, 1892-1910 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press, 2002), 176-176
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Reminiscences of George Blackman
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
A group of interviews with friends, family, and colleagues of Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill, centering on his term as Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States, 1947-1958. The memoirs contain much information on the changes and growth of one denomination during a critical period. Bishop Sherrill's...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Reminiscences of Clara Dickson
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interview by Marcia M. Greenlee (New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
Undertaken by the Schlesinger Library of Radcliffe College in 1976, this project records the memoirs of selected black American women aged seventy and over who had strong impacts on their communities through either their professional contributions or voluntary service.
interview by Marcia M. Greenlee (New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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