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Notable New Yorkers

Author: Bennett CerfKenneth Bancroft ClarkMamie Phipps ClarkMoe FonerAndrew HeiskellAll authors
Publisher: [New York, N.Y.] : Columbia University Libraries, 2006.
Edition/Format:   eAudiobook : English
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The Notable New Yorkers Web site offers audio recordings and transcripts of interviews with ten influential New Yorkers, drawn from the collections of the Oral History Research Office of the Columbia University Libraries. These interviews, conducted by the Office between 1955 and 2001, open an imaginative portal into twentieth-century New York City and the ways in which it has deeply affected the culture and history  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Interviews
Named Person: Bennett Cerf; Kenneth Bancroft Clark; Mamie Phipps Clark; Moe Foner; Andrew Heiskell; Ed Koch; Mary Lasker; John B Oakes; Frances Perkins; Frank Stanton; Bennett Cerf; Kenneth Bancroft Clark; Mamie Phipps Clark; Moe Foner; Andrew Heiskell; Ed Koch; Mary Lasker; John B Oakes; Frances Perkins; Frank Stanton
Material Type: Audio book, etc., Sound recording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Bennett Cerf; Kenneth Bancroft Clark; Mamie Phipps Clark; Moe Foner; Andrew Heiskell; Ed Koch; Mary Lasker; John B Oakes; Frances Perkins; Frank Stanton; Columbia University. Oral History Research Office.; Columbia University. Libraries. Digital Program Division.; Columbia University. Digital Knowledge Ventures.
OCLC Number: 65181290
Notes: Title from home page (viewed Mar. 21, 2006).
The web site was created as joint project of the Libraries' Oral History Research Office and Libraries' Digital Program Division. Columbia's Digital Knowledge Ventures (DKV) provided site design, programming and consulting services.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Responsibility: Columbia University Libraries, Oral History Research Office.

Abstract:

The Notable New Yorkers Web site offers audio recordings and transcripts of interviews with ten influential New Yorkers, drawn from the collections of the Oral History Research Office of the Columbia University Libraries. These interviews, conducted by the Office between 1955 and 2001, open an imaginative portal into twentieth-century New York City and the ways in which it has deeply affected the culture and history of the United States and the world beyond. With three background essays and a briefer methodological introduction for each oral history, this site also provides a revealing look at the art of the biographical interview--a methodology developed by the Office over its four and a half decades of existence--in which individuals who have shaped history reflect upon their lives and accomplishments. The site also includes biographical sketches and photographs of the interview subjects, as well as indexes and tables of contents to the material. The texts of the transcriptions are fully searchable.

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