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Health Sciences Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
A study of the United States Public Health Services (USPHS), its contribution to the formation and its contribution to the formation and growth of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Those interviewed include administrators and researchers within the NIH as well as heads of related government agencies and uni...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Individual Interview List Oral History Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: library.columbia.edu
This is not a complete list of our individual interviews. These interviews are not part of larger projects. Inclusion on this list does not guarantee availability. Please contact the Office for more information. Asterisks [*] denote interviews in progress.
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: library.columbia.edu
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McGraw-Hill Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: library.columbia.edu
The development of McGraw-Hill, Inc. and its part in educational, industrial, and technical development in the U.S. and abroad are traced in a series of interviews beginning with the lives of James H. McGraw (1860-1948) and John A. Hill (1858-1912). Associates recall the career of each as a publisher of trade and...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: library.columbia.edu
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McGraw-Hill Project, Part I
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
The development of McGraw-Hill, Inc. and its part in educational, industrial, and technical development in the U.S. and abroad are traced in a series of interviews beginning with the lives of James H. McGraw (1860-1948) and John A. Hill (1858-1912). Associates recall the career of each as a publisher of trade and...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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McGraw-Hill Project, Part II
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
The development of McGraw-Hill, Inc. and its part in educational, industrial, and technical development in the U.S. and abroad are traced in a series of interviews beginning with the lives of James H. McGraw (1860-1948) and John A. Hill (1858-1912). Associates recall the career of each as a publisher of trade and...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Reminiscences of Philip M. Hayden
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interview by Harlan B. Phillips (New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
This series of interviews provides a general view of Columbia University during the Butler administration, 1902-45, and specific recollections of Nicholas Murray Butler as President.
interview by Harlan B. Phillips (New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Reminiscences of Barclay H. Farr
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interview by Harlan B. Phillips (New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
Friends and associates reminisce about Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) and the Roosevelt family and circle, with reappraisals of Theodore Roosevelt's impact upon American life. Some new light is thrown on the Bull Moose campaign.
interview by Harlan B. Phillips (New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Weyerhaeuser Timber Company Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
Materials on the development of the lumbering industry and the lumber regions based upon the recollections of executives and employees of the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company and of other in the industry. Descriptions of lumbering practices include accounts of life in the Minnesota and Wisconsin woods
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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