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    • Savannah (Ga.)--Race relations.; African American business enterprises--Georgia--Savannah.; Barbers--Georgia.; Segregation--Georgia--Savannah.; Gospel music--Georgia.
    • Interview with Leroy Beavers 7 August 2002 By Kieran Taylor The Southern Oral History Program (Jniversity of North Carolina at Chapel \~jil "transcript on deposit at The .Southern Historical Collection Louis Round Wilson Library Citation of this...


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    • TRANSCRIPT: NANCY SHOEMAKER Interviewee: NANCY SHOEMAKER Interviewer: Joey Fink and Ivanna Gonzalez Date: December 10, 2012 Location: Raleigh, NC Length: one audio file, 1:50:08 START OF INTERVIEW Joey Fink: It’s December 11th, 2012, this is Joey...


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    • WALTER DAVIS, WILLIE DAVIS, ET AL. JANUARY 15, 2000 CHARLES THOMPSON: Small farm-Let me see if this is working. Okay, turn the volume up. My name is Charlie Thompson. We're here with Rob Amberg, the photographer, and, also, Mr. Walter Davis and his...


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    • John: Okay. So I guess we’ll just start and go chronologically. So start with your early life, if that’s okay. Arthur Finn: Sure. John: So where were you born? Arthur Finn: I was born in Boston, Mass. in 1934. John: Is that where you were...


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    • Virginia--Politics and government.; African American politicians--Virginia.; Voter registration--Virginia.
    • ! This interview was conducted with Douglas Wilder, the only black member of Virginia State Senate, on March 15, 1974f by Jack Bass, Transcribed by Jean Pruner, J.B.: This is your first term in the state senate. Am I correct? Wilder: No, this...


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    • Arkansas--Politics and government.; Arkansas--Economic conditions.; Arkansas--Race relations.; African American politicians--Arkansas.; African Americans--Arkansas--Social life and customs.
    • Interview with Henry Wilkins, state representative from Pine Bluff, Arkansas, June 16, 197%, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: I would like first, Mr. Wilkins, if you'd just tell us a little about...


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    • Labor unions--Political activity.; North Carolina--Politics and government.
    • This is an interview with Bert Bennett conducted on December 17, 1973 by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. (not for attribution without permission) J.B.: I guess my first question is to tell us a little about what is your role in North Carolina...


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    • TRANSCRIPT: LILLIE SEARLES Interviewee: Lillie Searles Interviewer: Joey Fink Interview Date: April 1, 2011 Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina Length: One audio file, approximately 135 minutes START OF INTERVIEW Joey Fink: This is...


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    • Durham (N.C.)--Race relations.; Durham (N.C.)--Politics and government.; African American executives--North Carolina--Durham.; ; African Americans--Civil rights--North Carolina--Durham.; Segregation--North Carolina--Durham.; African American...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ASA T. SPAULDING: We had never been able to get a black even nominated for the county commissioner's board.Lincoln Hospital had problems getting aid from the...


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    • Women--North Carolina.; Paper industry--North Carolina.; Civil rights--United States.;
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ANNE QUEEN: It's good to have delayed this interview until now. As you know, I moved back to the mountains in July of 1975 and before I left Chapel Hill, I quoted...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.
    • Oral History Interview with Ferrel Guillory, December 11, 1973. Interview A-0123. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] FERREL GUILLORY: I can tell you about the election...


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    • Virginia--Politics and government.; Virginia--Race relations.; Labor unions--Virginia.
    • SOUTHERN JflSTOaCALCOUJECTlON *f0O7 I A-10% CB#a02S, Wilson Library #" ri *wW "Uie University of North Carolina at Chap!...


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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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    • 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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    • START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A PAUL HARDIN OCTOBER 24, 1995 PAUL HARDIN: ....in Douglass Hunt's office, and Douglass has consented very kindly to be my interrogator/interviewer on the Carolina years. This, of course, will be my...


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    • U.18 Long Civil Rights Movement: Heirs to a Fighting Tradition Interview U-0566 Claudia Horowitz May 13, 2010 Field Notes – 2 Transcript – 4   FIELD NOTES-Claudia Horwitz Interviewee: Claudia Horwitz Interviewer: Bridgette Burge Interview...


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    • Social justice--United States.; Busing for school integration.
    • Southern Oral History Program Series: Long Civil Rights Movement Project Transcript – Robert Morris Cunningham Interviewee: Robert Morris “Bob” Cunningham Interviewer: Elizabeth Gritter Interview Date: August 5, 2005 Location: Louisville,...


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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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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Arkansas--Politics and government.; Arkansas--Race relations.; African American politicians--Arkansas.
    • V Interview with State Representative Richard Mays, one of the first three black legislators in the Arkansas legislature, June 12, 197*1- Little Rock, Arkansas, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: How...

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