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    • Young Women's Christian associations.; Southern States--Race relations.; Child labor--Law and legislation.
    • JACQUELYN HALL: Tell of his own experience. KATHARINE DU PRE LUMPKIN: Well, he had a very interesting history, which he had told me of. He owned a small plantation, he and his brothers and sisters, his family, down in Georgia, and would go down...


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    • Young Women's Christian associations.; Atlanta (Ga.)--Race relations.; African American women civil rights workers--Georgia--Atlanta.; African American women legislators--Georgia.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Civil rights...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: How did?? First, tell me a little bit about your parents, and their parents. About your origins. GRACE TOWNS HAMILTON: All right. I grew up on the...


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    • World War, 1939-1945--Women.; Morehead City (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; World War, 1939-1945--North Carolina.
    • '*s Interview with GEORGIA RAE DICKINSON July 28, 1995 and August 25, 1995 by David Cecelski Indexed by David Cecelski The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill TOrigiiial-Udiisuipl un deposll al ' The Southern...


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    • World War, 1939-1945--North Carolina.; Camp Davis (N.C.); Fire fighters--North Carolina.; Holly Ridge (N.C.)
    • k-% Interview with ROBERT ELLIS HINES December 10, 1995 by Natalie Fousekis Indexed by Natalie Fousekis The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical...


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    • Working mothers--North Carolina.; Women--North Carolina.; Moral education--North Carolina.; School board members--North Carolina.; Schools--North Carolina--Wake County.; Wake County (N.C.)--Politics and government.
    • S-//3. Women in Leadership Positions in North Carolina History 62 Oral History Project pK J*. / 6V^ Tape Log ' ^ a. Field Worker: Kara Sheppard Tape No.: ...


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    • Women's rights--North Carolina.; Women's health services--North Carolina.; Feminism--United States.; Equal rights amendments.
    • Elaine Barney 1 Interviewee: Elaine Barney Interviewer: Jennifer Donnally Interview Date: March 1, 2007 Length: 1 tape, about 60 minutes Jennifer Donnally: This is the interview with Elaine Barney, March 1, 2007, in her home. My first question is,...


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    • Women's rights--North Carolina.
    • PAMELA DEAN: This is Pamela Dean. The date is 9 September 1986. I'm going to be talking with Mary Turner Lane, recently retired associate professor in the education department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I'm going to be...


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    • Women ; Leadership in women--North Carolina.; Chinese Americans--North Carolina.; Emigration and immigration law--North Carolina.
    • c SOHP Series: Women's Leadership and Grassroots Activism Project AUDIO TAPE INDEX Interviewer's tape no(sY: BAL97-1 BAL97-2 Interviewee: Manlin Maureen Chee Interviewer: Barbara Lau Interview: Date: July 3, 1997 Place: ...


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    • Women textile workers.; Johnston County (N.C.)--History.
    • Interview of Annie Belle Barbour By Barbara C. Allen Four Oaks, North Carolina July 9, 2007 Audio file 1: Allen: We are testing. Would you like to say a few words, Mrs. Barbour? Barbour: I’m Annie Belle Barbour and I’m proud to do this...


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    • Women textile workers.; Johnston County (N.C.)--History.
    • Interview of Bessie Johnson By Barbara C. Allen Four Oaks, North Carolina July 11, 2007 Allen: This is Barbara Allen, with Mrs. Bessie Johnson. We’re outside Four Oaks, North Carolina and today is July 11th. It’s in the afternoon and we’re...


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    • Women textile workers.; Charlotte (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Engineers--South Carolina.
    • THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM Carolina Piedmont Project Interview with BENJAMIN VINCENT MARTIN June 8 and 9, 1980 Charlotte, North Carolina By Allen Tullos Transcribed by Jean Houston Original...


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    • Women textile workers--South Carolina.; Textile factories--South Carolina.; Textile workers--South Carolina.; Child labor--South Carolina.
    • Oral History Interview with Ila Hartsell Dodson, May 23, 1980. Interview H-0241. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ALLEN TULLOS: When were you born? ILA HARTSELL...


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    • Women textile workers--North Carolina.; Textile workers--North Carolina.; Textile workers--North Carolina.; Textile workers--Labor unions--North Carolina.; Strikes and lockouts--Textile industry--North Carolina--Gastonia.; Workers'...
    • MAREDA SIGMON COBB: I didn't have but one grandparent, Grandma Harriet Sigmon, Oxford School. You know where the Oxford School is; our grandmother used to own all that. CARRIE SIGMON YELTON: Sixteen houses.() MAREDA SIGMON COBB: Yes. My grandma...


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    • Women textile workers--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Textile workers--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Company towns--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Textile workers--North Carolina--Charlotte.
    • Oral History Interview with Edna Yandell Hargett, July 19, 1979. Interview H-0163. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] Jim Leloudis: But you knew your mother's...


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    • Women teachers.; Women college administrators--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Education, Secondary--South Carolina.; Education, Higher--North Carolina--Charlotte.
    • Oral History Interview with Bonnie E. Cone, January 7, 1986. Interview C-0048. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] LYNN HAESSLY: This is Lynn Haessly, and I'm...


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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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    • 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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    • Women sociologists.; Women college teachers--Southern States.
    • Olive Stone Interview 6: William and l.ary years (1936-1942) Research on Alabama farmers (TVA grant and dissertation); continuation of Southern Committee for People's Rights in Chapel Hill end chapters in Virginia; Joseph Gelders and meeting to...


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    • Women sociologists.
    • Olive STONE Interview 4: Montgomery and Chapel Hill Years (1933-1936) Visit of ?-~r a. Cal las to Huntingdon; increased involvement in 1 i beral programs (especially race relations) through social work organizations; YWCA, FOR, trip to Russia &...

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