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    • Interviewee: Suzanne Pharr Interviewer: Jennifer Donnally Interview date: May 27, 2010 Location: St. Oliver Hotel, Downtown Knoxville, TN Length: 1 disc, approximately 126 minutes Jennifer Donnally: Good afternoon. This is Jennifer Donnally, and...


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    • TRANSCRIPT: HELEN LEWIS Interviewee: Helen Lewis Interviewer: Jessica Wilkerson Date: May 28, 2010 Location: Home of Helen Lewis in Morganton, GA Length: One audio file, approximately 198 minutes START OF INTERVIEW Jessie Wilkerson: Now it’s on....


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    • Interviewee: Gail Randolph Interviewer: Jessica Wilkerson Interview date: May 16, 2011 Location: Unicoi, Tennessee Length: 1 disc, approximately 2 hours and 9 minutes START OF DISC JW: This is Jessie Wilkerson and I’m at the home of Gail Randolph...


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    • South Carolina--Politics and government--1865-1950.; Edgefield (S.C.)--Social life and customs.; Politicians--South Carolina.; Legislators--United States.
    • SOUTHERN HISTORICAL COLLECTION _ CB# 3926, Wilson Library The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill „ Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3926 THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM Interview with STROM THURMOND July,...


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    • Alabama--Politics and government.; Civil rights--Alabama.
    • Oral History Interview with George A. LeMaistre, April 29, 1985. Interview A-0358. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ALLEN J. GOING: So the firm started with you and...


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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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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • CARTRIDGE 1, Side 1 RAPER: ••• whites were paying a larger price for lynching than the Negroes. And primarily because it's better to be a dead man murdered than a live murderer. -- it's not ss devastating to the human spirit. Of course I know so_...


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    • Women in politics--North Carolina.; North Carolina--Biography.
    • START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A KATHY NASSTROM: This is Kathy Nasstrom for the Notable North Carolinians Project of the Southern Oral History Program, January 10, 1989. Tell me about your family background, where you were born, where you grew up, and a bit...


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    • Historic sites--North Carolina.
    • Interview with William A. V. Cecil September 22, 1989 By Karl Campbell Transcribed by Jovita Flynn The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection...


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    • Hotels--Florida.; Soldiers--North Carolina.
    • Interview with GEORGE CORDWELL September 25, 1987 By Walter Campbell Transcribed by Jovita Fiynn Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis...


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    • North Carolina--Officials and employees.; North Carolina--Politics and government.; Governors--North Carolina.; School integration--North Carolina.; Education and state--North Carolina.; Political leadership.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JAY JENKINS: This is Jay Jenkins for the Southern Oral History Progam interviewing Ed Rankin at his home in Concord on August 20, 1987. As always, it's nice to see...


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    • North Carolina--Race relations.; Strikes and lockouts--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.
    • Derek Williams Wednesday afternoon, October 9, % interviewed Chief . D. Blake of the Chapel hill Police Department, in his office, with Captain Lindy Pendergrass and Major Coy Durham sitting in. It was a rather discursive interview, marked not...


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    • Textile workers--North Carolina.; Statesville (N.C.)--Social life and customs.
    • Southern Oral History Program . . pniTn _. \, ,, . , . , unc Chapel Hill / / I "7 & S0HP ^ries: Piedmont, Spqial History . ,nA Li ...


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    • Chapel Hill (N.C.)--Race relations.; Gay college students--North Carolina.
    • PAMELA DEAN: This is Pamela Dean. It's the nineteenth of June, 1989. I'm going to be talking to Pat Cusick, a leader in the civil rights movement in Chapel Hill in 1963-64 and now director of the SCAP agency in Boston, Massachusetts. PAT CUSICK:...


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    • Interview with MICHAEL MARTIN May 22, 19S9 By Pamela Dean Transcribed by Jovita Flynn The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis Round...


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    • Oral History Interview with CHARLES MILTON SHAFFER, SR. '35 August 31, 1982 By Clarence E. Whitefield SUBJECT: Class of '33 Final Version, Edited by Mr. Shaffer , WHITEFIELD: Charlie, you and I have talked a little bit about these interviews,...


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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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    • Alabama--Politics and government.; Alabama--Race relations.; School integration--Alabama.; Alabama--Economic conditions.
    • Interview with John Patterson, former governor of Alabama, July 12, 197^» Montgomery, Alabama, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: There's no planning agency in the state? Patterson: Oh, there'll be...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Georgia--Politics and government.; African American politicians--Georgia.; Georgia--Race relations.
    • This is an interview with Edward Mclntyre, President of the Elected Black Officials Association, State of Georgia, conducted in Augusta, Georgia on April 22, 1974 by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. Transcribed by Sarah Geer. Jack Bass: Now, you are...

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