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    • Academic medical centers--North Carolina.
    • 89 INTERVIEW 7 March 6,1994 FRANCES WEAVER: This is an interview with Dr. Henry Toole Clark, Jr., and it is taking place at Dr. Clark's home on Gray Bluff Trail in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on March 6, 1994. Henry, in the last two interviews we...


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    • Academic medical centers--Tennessee.
    • 48 INTERVIEW 4 December 12,1990 FRANCES WEAVER: This is an interview with Dr. Henry Toole Clark, Jr., first administrator of the Division of Health Affairs of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The interview is taking place in Dr....


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    • African American businesspeople--North Carolina.; African American labor union members.; African Americans--Political activity.; African American families.; African American women--Education.; Racism--United States.; Jewish refugees--United States.
    • Interview with LEWIS ¡§L.C.¡¨ COLEMAN AND SARAH COLEMAN May 26, 2008 By Dwana Waugh Transcribed by Deborah Mitchum The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical...


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    • African American politicians--Alabama.; Alabama--Politics and government.; Alabama--Race relations.; Civil rights--Alabama.
    • Interview with Joe Reed, chairman of Alabama Democratic Conference, black political organization state wide, and vice chairman for minority affairs for Alabama State Democratic party, July 10, 197^, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter de Vries,...


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    • African American politicians--Alabama.; Alabama--Politics and government.; School integration--Alabama.; Voter registration--Alabama.
    • Interview with G. G. Gomillion, veteran black politican leader, Tuskegee, Alabama, July 11, 19?4, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: I guess first I'd like to ask you to give a little, brief summary...


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    • African American school principals--North Carolina--Hamlet.; African American schools--North Carolina--Hamlet.; High schools--North Carolina--Hamlet.; African Americans--Segregation--North Carolina--Hamlet.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] GOLDIE F. WELLS: I am in the home of Mr. J.W. Mask in Hamlet, North Carolina. Today's date is February 15, 1991. Mr. Mask is a 1964 principal. Mr. Mask, I would like...


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    • African American women--Education (Higher)--North Carolina--Durham.; African American physicians--North Carolina--Durham.; African American students--North Carolina.
    • TAPE LOG – DR. JOANNE A P WILSON Interviewee: DR. JOANNE A P WILSON Interviewer: Olukemi Ogundipe Interview Date: Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008 Location: Dr. Wilson’s office in the orange zone of Duke South TAPE INDEX Counter Index Topic [Disc 1 of...


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    • African American women--Education.; African American women teachers--Kentucky--Louisville.; School integration--Kentucky--Louisville.; Busing for school integration--Kentucky--Louisville.
    • Interviewee: Edith Yarborough Interviewer: David Cline Interview date: October 17, 2009 Location: Louisville, Kentucky Length: 2 discs, approximately 1 hour, 25 minutes David Cline: Okay, this is David Cline for the Southern Oral History Program...


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    • African American women--North Carolina--Charlotte.; African American women--Employment.; African American families--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina--Charlotte.
    • Interview with DORETHA DAVIS May 19, 2008 By Dwana Waugh Transcribed by Deborah Mitchum The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis Round Wilson...


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    • African Americans--Civil rights--Kentucky.; Louisville (Ky.)--Race relations.; Civil rights--Kentucky.; Segregation in education--Kentucky--Louisville.; School integration--Kentucky--Louisville.; Schools--Kentucky--Louisville.;...
    • 1 Interviewee: Carman Weathers Interviewer: David P. Cline Interview date: August 3, 2005 Location: Louisville, Kentucky Length: 4 discs; approximately 3 hours and 1 minute START OF DISC 1, TRACK 1 DC: Okay, great. This is David Cline and I’m in...


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    • African Americans--Civil rights--Kentucky.; Louisville (Ky.)--Race relations.; Civil rights movements--Kentucky.; Kentucky--Race relations.; Kentucky--Social life and customs.; Louisville (Ky.)--Economic conditions.; Louisville (Ky.); Public...
    • MELVIN BETHEL June 1, 2006 DAVID CLINE: Okay, good morning. This is David Cline again in Louisville, it’s June the 1st now. I’m meeting with Melvin Bethel again, and I wanted to pick up where we left off talking about HUD [Housing and Urban...


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    • African Americans--Employment--North Carolina.; African American students.; African American families--North Carolina.
    • TRANSCRIPT: RONALD FISHER, SR. Interviewee: Ronald Fisher, Sr. Interviewer: Willie Griffin Interview Date: June 19, 2008 Location: Charlotte, NC Length: One CD, approximately 86 minutes START OF CD Will Griffin: It’s always really been about...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; African American politicians.; Florida--Politics and government.; Florida--Race relations.; Women political activists.
    • PROM THE ****, tmi_______, /?- y 7 SOUTHERN HISTORICAL COLLECTION, THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL This is an interview with Gwen Cherry, a black female state representative...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Georgia--Politics and government.; Governors--Georgia.
    • Jack Bass: Governor, you've been active in politics most of this period that we are studying. You served eighteen years in the Georgia house. George Busbee: That's correct. J.B.: Was that your first political office? Busbee: Yes. J.B.: Why did you...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Hispanic American politicians--Texas.; Texas--Politics and government.
    • 1 Interview with Ben Reyes, state legislator, Houston, Texas, December 1^ 4-, 197^ » conducted by Jack Bass and Walter de Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Reyes: You know, you're either conservative Democrats or you're the liberal end of the...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; School integration--Mississippi.; African American politicians--Mississippi.; Press and politics--Mississippi.
    • Interview with Robert Clark, representative from Homes county, Mississippi, March 28, 197^, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Bass: The county-wide meeting in Homes county is what?...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Tennessee--Politics and government.; Voter registration--Tennessee.; African American politicians--Tennessee.; African American labor union members--Tennessee.
    • This is an interview with Harold Ford, State Legislator from Memphis, Tennessee and Congressional candidate. The interview was conducted by Jack Bass and Walter DeVries on August 19, 19?4. The transcriber is Susan Hathaway. JACK BASS: Tell me a...


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    • Alabama--Politics and government.; African Americans--Political activity.; Labor unions--Political activity.
    • Interview with Bill Baxley, attorney general of Alabama, July 9, Wfat conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Baxleyj—he had a lot of human feelings. A lot of us have, I reckon. Kept him from doing a lot of it, but...


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    • Alabama--Politics and government.; Alabama--Race relations.; School integration--Alabama.; Education--Alabama.; Journalists--Southern States.
    • A-M Interview with Harold Martin, editor and publisher of the Montgomery- Advertiser, Montgomery, Alabama, July 15, 19?^, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: One thing, I'd like for you to tell us...


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    • Alabama--Politics and government.; Alabama--Race relations.; Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.
    • Oral History Interview with Bert Nettles, July 13, 1974. Interview A-0015. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACK BASS: But the lieutenant governor really gets no...

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