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    • North Carolina--Politics and government.
    • (L^3- Interview with JOHN A. WILKINSON February 12, 1989 By Jonathan Houghton Transcribed by Jovita Flynn Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical...


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    • North Carolina--Biography.
    • -1- BEJ Richardson Preyer March 16, 1981 My father was a good friend of the Senators, so I knew about him before I knew him personally. I think they served on some boards together; my father respected him very much, and I met him some during that...


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    • ' 1-227 START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A JAMES PRUETT NOVEMBER 9, 1998 STEVE ESTES: My name is Steve Estes and I'm interviewing Jim Pruett and today's date is November 9, 1998. And, can you say where we are just to get you on the tape? JAMES PRUETT: Yes,...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.
    • Jack Bass: Claude, let me ask you this question. In V.O. Key's book, he said the Negro remains t he key to politics in the south. This was in 1948. Do you think this is still true and why? And how? Claude Sitton: Certainly not to the extent that it...


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    • Chapel Hill (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Historians--Southern States.; History--Study and teaching (Graduate)--Southern States.; Universities and colleges--Southern States--Faculty.; Children--South Carolina--Social life and customs.;...
    • Interview with J. ISAAC COPELAND AUGUST 12, 1981 AUGUST 1982 JUNE 4, 1983 by Dewey Grantham Transcribed by Tracy K'Meyer The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African American civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Student movements--Georgia--Atlanta.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ELIZABETH GRITTER: I was wondering. I remember with the class you said that we should ask our parents about when their moment of like racial consciousness was. I was...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African American librarians--Georgia.
    • Interview with Sadie Hughley 11/1/8 3 Side one pt SH: His mother was a housewife. And his father worked as a dining car porter on a railroad. In fact, his father was killed in a train collision. And he was on the train coming home for Christmas...


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    • College students--North Carolina.; Chapel Hill (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; College teachers--Southern States.; Graduate students--North Carolina.; Historians--Education--North Carolina.; Historians--Southern States.; History--Study and...
    • L-2t Interview with BENNETT H. WALL AUGUST 11, 1981 AUGUST 13, 1982 AUGUST 9, 1983 by Dewey Grantham Transcribed by Jackie Gorman The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The...


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    • College presidents--North Carolina.; Education, Higher--United States.; Higher education and state--United States.; Educators--United States.; Executive advisory bodies--United States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] WILLIAM C. FRIDAY: I think the first time that I ever saw a President of the United States, was when my brother David and I went up to a little community in our...


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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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    • Folklore--Appalachian Region, Southern.
    • This is an interview with John Parris conducted in Sylva, North Carolina on March 25, 1974 by Bill Finger, a research assistant of the Southern Oral History Program of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mr. Parris is a well known...


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    • African Americans--North Carolina.; Granville County (N.C.)--Social conditions.
    • Uncorrected Transcript of Interview with MARY ELIZABETH VENABLE 25 February 1997 by James Eddie McCoy, Jr. Transcribed by Hester Kast The Southern Oral History Program The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcription on...

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