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Black Women Oral History Project transcripts, 1976-1981.

Author: Black Women Oral History Project.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Transcripts from the Schlesinger Library's oral history project which documented the contributions of black women 70 years or older to American life. Interviews document the lives, professional careers, and voluntary activities of women nationwide and focus on their contributions in a wide variety of fields including medicine, law, business, the arts, social work, education, politics, and civil rights. Interviews  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Named Person: Christia Adair; Frances Mary Albrier; Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander; Etta Moten Barnett; May Edward Chinn; Alfreda Duster; Mae Massie Eberhardt; Lena Frances Edwards-Madison; Zelma Watson George; Frances O Grant; Ardie Clark Halyard; Pleasant Harrison; Dorothy I Height; May Edwards Hill; Margaret Holmes; Clementine Hunter; Lois Mailou Jones; Susie Jones; Virginia Lacy Jones; Maida Springer Kemp; Flemmie P Kittrell; Catherine Cardozo Lewis; Audley Moore; Muriel S Snowden; Olivia Pearl Stokes; Ann Tanneyhill; Constance Thomas; Era Bell Thompson; Charleszetta Waddles; Margaret Walker; Dorothy West
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Black Women Oral History Project.
OCLC Number: 122465931
Notes: Photographs transferred to the Photographs and Prints Division.
Reproduction Notes: Transcripts.
Description: 5 lin. ft.

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Transcripts from the Schlesinger Library's oral history project which documented the contributions of black women 70 years or older to American life. Interviews document the lives, professional careers, and voluntary activities of women nationwide and focus on their contributions in a wide variety of fields including medicine, law, business, the arts, social work, education, politics, and civil rights. Interviews include Christia Adair, Frances Albrier, Sadie Alexander, Elizabeth Cardozo Barker, Etta Moten Barnett, May Edward Chinn, Alfreda Duster, Mae Eberhardt, Lena Edwards, Zelma George, Frances Grant, Ardie Halyard, Pleasant Harrison, Dorothy Height, Margaret Cardozo Holmes, Lois Mailou Jones, Virginia Jones, Maida Kemp, Catherine Cardozo Lewis, Audley Moore, Muriel Snowden, Olivia Stokes, Ann Tanneyhill, Constance Thomas, Era Bell Thompson, Charleszett Waddles, Dorothy West and Deborah Wofe.

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