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Ethnic Fraternal Organizations Oral History Project
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(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: digital.library.pitt.edu
Ethnic Fraternal Organizations Oral History Project, 1975-1977, conducted by the University of Pittsburgh Department of History, explored the roles and influences of ethnic fraternal organizations in the Jewish, Black, Croatian, Italian, Polish and other ethnic communities in the Pittsburgh area.
(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: digital.library.pitt.edu
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Gettysburg College Oral History Collection
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(Pennsylvania: Gettysburg College. Musselman Library. Special Collections),
Source: gettysburg.primo.exlibrisgroup.com
Oral history interviews have been conducted with individuals who - for the most part - have some direct connection with Gettysburg College. Many of the people interviewed are graduates, members of the faculty or staff (both active and retired), or residents of the community. Most of the interviews were conducted b...
(Pennsylvania: Gettysburg College. Musselman Library. Special Collections),
Source: gettysburg.primo.exlibrisgroup.com
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(Pennsylvania: Hershey Community Archives),
Source: gencat1.eloquent-systems.com
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Miner's Son, Miners' Photographer: The Life and Work of George Harvan
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(New York: State University of New York, Albany),
Source: www.albany.edu
I began to record a series of recorded oral history interviews with George Harvan in May 1997. I wanted to better understand his artistic evolution, and I sensed others would benefit from a fuller appreciation of his life story as well. We taped about seven hours of interviews in five sessions between May 1997 and...
(New York: State University of New York, Albany),
Source: www.albany.edu
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National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section II
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(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: exhibit.library.pitt.edu
Oral History Project #2, 1971-, includes interviews with 251 members of Pittsburgh’s Jewish community who contributed to the social, economic, cultural, scientific, or intellectual growth of Pittsburgh, the United States, and Israel.
(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: exhibit.library.pitt.edu
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Oral history interviews for the Haverford College Oral History Project to Document its History, 1990 -
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(Pennsylvania: Haverford College),
Source: tripod.brynmawr.edu
Interviews are with and by people connected in varying ways to Haverford College
(Pennsylvania: Haverford College),
Source: tripod.brynmawr.edu
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Social Work
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(Indiana: Indiana University. Center for the Study of History and Memory),
Source: purl.dlib.indiana.edu
(Indiana: Indiana University. Center for the Study of History and Memory),
Source: purl.dlib.indiana.edu
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South Asians in Philadelphia, 1996: Reflections on an Oral History
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(Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania),
Source: digitallibrary.hsp.org
The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies undertook an oral history project of South Asians in the greater Philadelphia area during the summer of 1996. This was the Institute's first such attempt with American immigrants of Asian heritage and a pilot project for a larger undertaking in the mid-Atlantic states, which...
(Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania),
Source: digitallibrary.hsp.org
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War and Conflict: Western Pennsylvanians and World War II
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(Pennsylvania: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Main Library)
This site is a collaboration of Duquesne University and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
(Pennsylvania: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Main Library)
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Widener University Archives/Pennsylvania Military College Oral History Project
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(Pennsylvania: Widener University),
Source: widener.libguides.com
Listen to Former Cadets Describe Life at Pennsylvania Military College
(Pennsylvania: Widener University),
Source: widener.libguides.com
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