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Download Reminiscences : tape recorded interviews for the Bancroft Library, February-March 1954.
The Oral History Center is a research program of the University of California, Berkeley, working within The Bancroft Library. The Oral History Center preserves the history of the San Francisco Bay Area, California, and the Western United States. By conducting carefully researched, tape-recorded.
Reminiscences of Kemper Campbell: oral history transcript of a tape recorded interview conducted in Los Angeles by Corinne L. Gilb on Ap Regional Cultural History Project, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, and related material, who February-March 1954.
book led significant lives a fuller record of their participation in the political, eco nomic, and cultural life of the last sixty years." A cautious re-entry into oral history was initiated by the Manuscript Division of The Bancroft Library in with a tape-recorded interview with Alice B.
Toklas which. Growing up in the cities: oral history transcripts of tape-recorded interviews conducted in by Professor Frederick M. Wirt, Growth of Morrison & Foerster from s to s: a perspective: oral history transcript / The Bancroft Library Berkeley, California Since the Regional Oral History Office has been interviewing leading participants in or well-placed witnesses to major events in the development of Northern California, the West, and the nation.
Oral History is a method of collecting historical information through tape-recorded interviews. NIXON, Richard Milhous, a Representative and a Senator from California and a Vice President and 37th President of the United States; born in Yorba Linda, Orange County, Calif., January 9, ; attended the public schools; graduated from Whittier (Calif.) College in and Duke University Law School, Durham, N.C., in ; admitted to the bar the same year and.
The interview was conducted by Amelia Fry for the Regional Oral History Office for The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California from and Photographs: ca. approximately 25 photographic prints and 45 negatives.
Three interviews with Horace M. Albright: oral history transcript / tape recorded interview conducted inand Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California: and related material, Signed manuscript: Cosas de California (Santa Clara, California), 19 Augustdictation recorded by Henry Cerruti for H.
Bancroft. Reminiscences about early California, including Russians at Bodega and Ross, pp., with clippings pasted in. Also on microfilm. Jose Joaquin de Arrillaga () Correspondence, –, 1 portfolio.
As historians Amelia Fry and Willa Baum state in their preface to February-March 1954. book transcripts, the Earl Warren Oral History Project "was inaugurated in to produce tape-recorded interviews with persons prominent in the arenas of politics, governmental administration, and criminal justice during the Warren era in California.".
Reminiscences of Kemper Campbell: oral history transcript of a tape recorded interview conducted in Los Angeles by Corinne L. Gilb on Ap Regional Cultural History Project, the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Calif., and related material, Big machine physics at Berkeley, Harvard and Argonne: oral history transcript / John J.
Livingood; tape recorded interview conducted by Arthur Norberg on History of Science and Technology Program, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, The Bancroft Library.
The tape recording is transcribed, lightly edited for continuity and clarity, and reviewed by the interviewee. The corrected manuscript is bound with photographs and illustrative materials and placed in The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley, and in other research collections for scholarly use.
Preface to Suffragists Oral History Project. The Suffragists Oral History Project was designed to tape record interviews with the leaders of the woman's suffrage movement in order to document their activities in behalf of passage of the Nineteenth Amendment and their continuing careers as leaders of movements for welfare and labor reform, world peace, and the passage of the.
Interviews conducted by Julie Gordon Shearer in for the ILWU Labor Oral History Series, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library. Acknowledgements On behalf of all future users of this oral history of Sidney Roger, the Regional Oral History Office thanks those persons who made it possible.
Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library New York, NY Papers: 4 official letters (January-May ) in the James Truslow Adams collection; 2 letters (, ) in the Gilmore D. Clarke collection; 1 official letter (Febru ) in the Council on Religion and International Affairs papers; 36 letters () in the Declaration of Atlantic Unity.
Berkeley Regional Oral History Ofﬁce, a division of the Bancroft Library. Since its inception inthe Regional Oral History Ofﬁce has carried out and otherwise promoted oral history interviews on a wide range of subjects, including science and technology, natural resources and the environment, pol.
Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, c ca. Motion Picture E: Faith Traversie: oral history transcript / interviews conducted by Elizabeth Castle in Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, c ca.
BANC MSS / Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office) Interview of Jean Kidwell Pestana (University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library) Hosea Williams tapes (King Center) Komozi Woodard Amiri Baraka collection Through one city's eyes video recording and interview transcripts (Wisconsin Historical.
Berkeley: University of California, Bancroft Library, Regional Oral History Office, Miller, Joseph Arthur Congress and the Origins of Conservation: Natural Resource Policies, Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, Robert Graves was a Poet of the Great War, author of historical fiction include I, Claudius and Count Belisarius.
Wrote the White Goddess, was Oxford Professor of Poetry, St John´s College Oxford, Literary Critic, and Short Stories, Screen Plays. Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office) Louise Thompson Patterson papers (Emory University.
Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library) Gwendolyn M. Patton [oral history collection] (H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College.
Library) Ethel L. Payne papers (Library of Congress. Manuscript Division). Series divided into 2 or 3 parts, one to a tape ; also labeled "Shows ". "PBS"--last frame of each tape. Producer, Lyn Butler ; director, Michael Albanese. Recorded at Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta, Ga.
in May [1st ser.] The making of a public servant. 2 pts. The following abbreviations are used in this bibliography: BYU L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. CHL The Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, facility, which is under construction at the time of this writing and should be completed inwill house all historical.
Beaver 73 (February-March ): "Department of the Columbia, Roster of Troops in the Field, Operating Against Hostile Indians, Commanded by Brigadier-General O.O.
Howard, U.S. Army." Entry Box 2. Part 3, Department of the Columbia Nez Perce Indian Campaign, Records of the United States Army Continental Commands. RG Berkeley, Calif.: Friends of the Bancroft Library, Fine in calico cloth covered boards with bold gilt text stamping on the spine.
A small quarto measuring 10 1/4" by 7". Without a dust jacket. 55 pages followed by 32 page facsimile of Bidwell's original journal.
Herbert Frank York was born on Novemin Rochester, New York. He earned B.A. and M.S. degrees at the University of Rochester in andand the Ph.D. from University of California, Berkeley, inall in experimental physics.
Bromberg: I think we might want to start with the s. Does that sound right with you. Shimony: I will inevitably go back quite a bit earlier than the s. Bromberg: Well then let's start where you might go back to. Shimony: Yes, I will try to do everything chronologically. I'll answer your questions and then there'll be some references to earlier times.
But look, here question one is. Archival Resources Introduction. By their very nature, archival resources are unique, and finding them presents unique problems. The principal tool for locating cataloged archival collections in the United States is the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections (NUCMC), published in print by the Library of Congress throughwhose records are available online through.
Urbana: University of Illinois Graduate School of Library Science, c The copy transcribed is from print holdings at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library.
Prepared for the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Library Mass Digitization Project. The text has not been edited. This is a "dirty" OCR.
The emergence of tape recording in the latter half of the century as the new (and still) primary method of documentation changed some aspects of the collection process drastically, and others not at all.
Once the taped record of a performance has been made, the process of working it up as a text is largely similar to that of phonetic dictation. Other materials include notes from interviews with Buck Davis and J.C. Curtin and rehearings of rancheria names published by Zephyrin Engelhardt ().
The miscellaneous section consists mostly of notes recorded from David and Maria Mora and from Maria de los Angeles from February to February ; some are undated.
Sultner's taped interviews, lectures, and program music (Series 9) complement the transparencies. During his USIS-sponsored Asian tour inSultner recorded impressions of his trip on tape. Interviews with people living in the countries he visited, radio interviews, and his own personal reflections are included.
Search millions of objects in the collections including photographs, artworks, artifacts, scientific specimens, manuscripts, sound records, and transcripts. These. The commissariot record of Edinburgh, register of testaments., Part I, volumes 1 to 35, edited by Francis J.
Grant. Edinburgh: British Record Society, Scottish Section, (Edinburgh: Printed by J. Skinner and Co.) p. Series title: Index library (British Record Society) ; 16, Genealogy & local history ; LH Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Lutz, Alma.
Susan B. Anthony: rebel, crusader, humanitarian. Reprint of the ed. published by Beacon Press, Boston. Bibliography: p. Includes index. Anthony, Susan Brownell, [JKA6L8 ] '.3' [B] ISBN Printed in the United States of America.
President’s Talking Paper, Meeting with Krishna Menon, 21 NovemberJohn F. Kennedy Papers, President’s Office Files (POF), Countries Series, box a, John F. Kennedy Library, Boston; M. Mathai, Reminiscences of the Nehru Age (New Delhi, ), 55;memo of conversation by Loy Henderson, 25 OctoberRecord Gr Lot File.
Cheney, Timothy Collingwood, [Compiled by Parish B. Johnson], Reminiscences of Syracuse, Syracuse, Summers & Brother, Book and Job Printers, Child, Elias, Genealogy of the Child, Childs, and Childe Families: of the Past and Present in the United States and the Canadas, from toUtica, N.Y., Published for the author by Curtiss.
In an email exchange with Book Award Committee Chair Tracy K’Meyer, OHA President Arthur Hansen reported, “The sense of the Council is that the award should be given to the best book irrespective of whether the interviews cited in the book are deposited in a public archives” (August 5, ).
Gordon Stevenson. Gordon Stevenson is Assistant Professor, School of Library and Information Science, State University of New York, Albany. Sound Kecordings have been a part of library services for many decades; indeed, in a few unusual cases the use of non-electrical sound reproducing devices can be traced back to before But progress in learning to exploit the.
Faries McIntyre; tape recorded interview conducted by Amelia R. Fry and Elizabeth Kerby in and Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, Transcript: , leaves ; 28 cm. + related material. Phonotape: 5 sound tape reels: analog, 3 ips, 2 track ; 5 in.Among the Anne Roe Papers at the American Philosophical Society Library is a fat folder of Anderson materials she assembled as part of preparing her The Making of a Scientist ().
3 Anderson was quite forthcoming in two interviews, both the main one in and a follow up in He was eager to share reminiscences of growing up and his.Read collection overview.
Massachusetts native, Civil War veteran, botanist, chemist, mineralogist, and educator who held the presidency of Massachusetts Agricultural College (now.