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    • Raleigh (N.C.)--Politics and government.; Women mayors--North Carolina--Raleigh.; Women in politics--North Carolina--Raleigh.; Cities and towns--North Carolina--Growth.; City planning--North Carolina--Raleigh.; Discrimination in employment--North...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] KATHRYN NASSTROM: This is Kathryn Nasstrom interviewing Isabella Cannon for the Southern Oral History Program on June 27, 1989. On the phone, I mentioned to you my...


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    • Jewish women--South Carolina.; Women teachers--South Carolina.; Women--Suffrage--South Carolina.; Women--Suffrage--United States.; Women's rights--United States.; Women in politics--South Carolina.; Women--South Carolina.
    • Oral History Interview with Mabel Pollitzer, September 19, 1973. Interview G-0047-1. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] CONSTANCE MYERS: So you think that picketing...


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    • Regional medical programs--United States.; Health planning--Jamaica.
    • 237 INTERVIEW 15 February 25, 1998 FRANCES WEAVER: This is an interview with Dr. Henry Toole Clark, former and first director of the Division of Health Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The interview is taking place in Dr....


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    • Health planning--Puerto Rico.; Chapel Hill (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Academic medical centers--North Carolina.
    • c- >?3 148 INTERVIEW 11 July 28, 1997 FRANCES WEAVER: This is an interview with Dr. Henry Toole Clark, first Administrator of the Division of Health Affairs at the University of North Carolina. The interview is taking place at Dr. Clark's home in...


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    • Regional medical programs--United States.
    • 216 INTERVIEW 14 November 12, 1997 FRANCES WEAVER: This is an interview with Dr. Henry Toole Clark, former and first administrator of the Division of Health Affairs at the University of North Carolina. The interview is taking place at Dr. Clark's...


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    • School integration--Georgia.; Atlanta (Ga.)--Race relations.; Women in public life--Georgia.; Women--Georgia.; African American women--Georgia--Atlanta.; African Americans--Georgia.; Atlanta (Ga.); African American librarians--Georgia.;...
    • ANNIE L. MCPHEETERS BY KATHRYN NASSTROM 6/8/92 Page 1 GEORGIA GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTATION PROJECT GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY AND SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA NARRATOR: ANNIE L. MCPHEETERS...


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    • Families--North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Judges--North Carolina.; Lawyers--North Carolina.; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American.; African American lawyers--North Carolina.; African American judges--North Carolina.
    • Interview with Judge Richard C. Erwin September 22, 1995 October 11, 1995 By Karen Curry School of Law Oral History Project University of North Carolina at Chapel Hi Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis Round...


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    • Health occupations schools--North Carolina.; Academic medical centers--North Carolina.
    • 120 INTERVIEW 9 July 17, 1996 FRANCES WEAVER: This is an interview with Dr. Henry Toole Clark, Jr., first administrator of The Division of Health Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The interview is taking place in Dr....


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    • Mississippi--Race relations.
    • THELMA STEVENS: Well, of course, I grew up on a farm in Mississippi, and my mother died when I was six. * * See addendum for additional information regarding Stevens' early life. And I lived on the farm, then until I was about ten. And I think one...


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    • Families--North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--North Carolina.; Law students--North Carolina.; ; Legal ethics--North Carolina.; Legislators--North Carolina.; Lumbee Indians--Civil rights.; North Carolina--Politics and...
    • Interview with The Honorable Daniel T. Blue, Jr. March 27, 1994 By Marjorie Smith Law School Oral History Project University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis Round Wilson...


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    • Women--Religious life--North Carolina.; Women--North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Wayne County (N.C.)--History.; Johnston County (N.C.)--History.
    • Interview of Ethelene McCabe Allen by Barbara C. Allen Session Six, May 22, 2006 (Monday, late afternoon) BA: It is late the afternoon of May 22nd. I’m with Ms. Ethelene Allen again and we’re going to talk about “church-goin.†Now you’ve...


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    • South Carolina--Race relations.; School integration--South Carolina.; South Carolina--Politics and government.; African American politicians--South Carolina.
    • This is an interview with Fred Sheheen, Former Aide to Governor and Senator Russell. The interview was conducted "by Jack Bass in Camdon, South Carolina, on February 26, 197^. The interview was transcribed by Susan Hathaway. JACK BASS: . . ....


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    • Women sociologists.; Women teachers.
    • Olive Stone Interview 3: ~ontgomery years Faculty position at l~ontevallo; reason for move to Huntingdon; focus of goals and activities as Dean of Huntingdon; increasing interest in peace; trip to Scandina- - vian countries with International...


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    • Georgia--Social conditions.; Southern States--Race relations.; Women social reformers--Southern States.; Women Social reformers--Southern States.; Human services--Southern States.; Social problems--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern...
    • Oral History Interview with Guion Griffis Johnson, July 1, 1974. Interview G-0029-4. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] MARY FREDERICKSON: When we talked before, we got...


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    • Women sociologists.; Women college teachers--Southern States.; Washington (D.C.)--Race relations.
    • Olive Stone Interview 7: ~ashington, D.C. and California Years 1942 - present G-5°1-1 G-Sq -( Move to D.C.; job with Bureau of Public Assistance as a training consultant; part-tice teaching at Howard University; reaction to Olive Stone's...


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    • START OF TAPE ONE/TWO, SIDE A VALERIA LEE November 11, 1997 NATALIE M. FOUSEKIS: -- for the Southern Oral History Program, Women’s Leadership and Grassroots Activism Project, conducted by Natalie Fousekis in Carrboro, North Carolina, on November...

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