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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • Interview By Warren Moore Of Bob Phillips August 13, 198U Bob: No part of this nation is too distinct from any other part really. The television and the magazines and the newspapers and highways and automobiles and the railroads and the airplanesno...


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    • Interview by Warren Moore of Annie Dee Leatherman Smith Walton Smith Deanne Winearski September 23, 1984 14 Miles North of Franklin, N.C. K-151 Warren: Walton: Annie: Warren: Annie: Warren: Annie: Warren: Annie: Warren: Well, now your family, did...


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    • Interview By Warren Moore Of Bob Phillips August 13, 198U Bob: No part of this nation is too distinct from any other part really. The television and the magazines and the newspapers and highways and automo­biles and the railroads and the...


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    • K-6,6,3 START OF TAPE ONE, SIDE A MARGIE WEST AND STEVE GIUNTA JANUARY 15, 2000 CHARLES THOMPSON: This is Charlie Thompson and Rob Amberg. We're here on the fifteenth of January, 2000. It's 4:15 in the...


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    • K-T7(f Interview By Warren Moore Of Rush Wray Former Owner of the New Wray Inn Burnsville, N. C. August 1U, 198U Rush: Well, that was nice. I got the dishes all washed; we didn't have that many cause there's just the two of us. We had company at...


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    • (PV): This is Peggy Van Scoyoc. I’m at the Page-Walker Hotel in Cary. Today is Tuesday, April 30, 2013. I am here today with a group of teachers from Cary Elementary School who were the first teachers to implement and set up and conduct classes for...


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    • , THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM Piedmont Social History Project : Interview with PRANK NELSON WEBSTER January 30, 1979 Burlington, North Carolina By Allen Tullos Transcribed by David Knudsen Original...


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    • Textile workers--North Carolina.; Burlington (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Textile machinery--North Carolina.
    • , THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM Piedmont Social History Project : Interview with PRANK NELSON WEBSTER January 30, 1979 Burlington, North Carolina By Allen Tullos Transcribed by David Knudsen Original...


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    • fr-71* Interview of Jean & Landon Roberts By Warren Moore October 12, 1984. Asheville, N.C. Warren: Landon: Jean: Warren: Landon: Warren: Landon: Now, let's talk about Mr. Smathers. Well, he was a character. He had twenty-two brothers and...


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    • African Americans--North Carolina.; Granville County (N.C.)--Social conditions.
    • Uncorrected Transcript of Interview with WILMER TABORN PEACE JAMES TABORN 28 August 1996 by James Eddie McCoy, Jr. Transcribed by Hester Kast The Southern Oral History Program The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcription...


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    • Interview By Warren Moore Of Raymond Presnell Near Shulls Mills Between Foscoe and Boone, NC Watauga County November 12, I98I4. Warren: Did you grow up in this area? Raymond: Yes. I was raised over in the Beech Mountain right in the center on the...


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    • (Birds chirping and some cars in the background) Miranda Wodarski: Okay. This is an Interview with Dr. Blau on March 20, 2012. My name is Miranda Wodarski and I am a sophomore at UNC Chapel Hill. I am conducting this oral history project with hopes...


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    • TRANSCRIPT – KIM PEVIA MEG FOSTER: Today is Monday, July 7th. This is Meg Foster with the Moxie Project. And I’m interviewing Kim Pevia. Is that how you say it? KIM PEVIA: Correct. MF: In her home in Red Springs, North Carolina. So can you start...


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    • ^72^ Interview By Warren Moore Of Suzanne Moss on October Ik, 18U Cullowhee, North Carolina Warren: This is Suzanne Moss reading a poem about her grandfather. Suzanne: There was a farmer, a very cheerful man Who had learned through much hard work...

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