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Black Sport in Pittsburgh
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(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: www.library.pitt.edu
Black Sport in Pittsburgh, 54 interviews conducted by Rob Ruck with individuals involved in Black sports activities in and around Pittsburgh.
(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: www.library.pitt.edu
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Discovering Community History Project: Oral Interviews Collection
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(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: www.phmc.state.pa.us
Collection was created by the accumulation of individual interviews conducted by Temple University graduate and senior students for dissertation or course purposes and for the Discovering Community History Project. The collection deals with the Philadelphia area during 1900-1970 and includes the topics of housing,...
(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: www.phmc.state.pa.us
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Homestead Album Oral History Project
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(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: www.library.pitt.edu
(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: www.library.pitt.edu
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Independence National Historical Park Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
The story of the Independence Hall Association from 1942 and the development of Independence National Historical Park are recounted by those who played the major parts. Accounts of the ensuing urban redevelopment, and of historical preservation and restoration in Philadelphia explore the legal, financial, architec...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Lois Fernandez
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(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: www.phmc.state.pa.us
Oral history conducted by the Head of the Urban Archives. Ms. Fernandez is a community activist, entrepreneur and co-founder of ODUNDE. Initiated in 1979, ODUNDE is the oldest continuously running African-American community festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Interview conducted between December 8-10, 1999.
(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: www.phmc.state.pa.us
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Lumber Rafting Oral History Collection, 1873-1975
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(Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University),
Source: www.libraries.psu.edu
The Lumber Rafting Oral History Collection documents the timber industry in North Central Pennsylvania, primarily between 1885-1940. The collection consists of sixty interviews, an article from the Harrisburg Patriot, a list of boat scaffolds in Clarion, and a film entitled The Last Raft, documenting the historica...
(Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University),
Source: www.libraries.psu.edu
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Myer and Rosaline Geinstein Center for American Jewish History Collection
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(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: librarysearch.temple.edu
Oral histories of Jewish people who live or where raised in the Philadelphia or surrounding areas. Interviews started in 1996.
(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: librarysearch.temple.edu
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National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section I
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(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: exhibit.library.pitt.edu
Oral History Project #1, 1968-1975, records the immigrant experience of European-born Jews arriving in the United States between 1890-1920 and settling in Pittsburgh.
(Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh. Archives Service Center. Oral History Collection),
Source: exhibit.library.pitt.edu
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Oral History of the Public School Principalship
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(Virginia: Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, VA),
Source: scholar.lib.vt.edu
The Oral History of the Public School Principalship is an ongoing project designed to interview retired elementary, middle, and high school principals for their views, reminiscences, and accumulated wisdom. Most of the interviewees are from the Southeast (mainly Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, District of Colu...
(Virginia: Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, VA),
Source: scholar.lib.vt.edu
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Philadelphia General Hospital Oral History Project
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(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: dla.library.upenn.edu
Interviews were conducted under the auspices of the PGH History Task Force. Interviewees were all employees of the Hospital which closed in 1977.
(Pennsylvania: Temple University. Paley Library. Urban Archives),
Source: dla.library.upenn.edu
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