SCRC Oral History Collection

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SCRC Oral History Collection

 

The Special Collections Research Center houses numerous oral histories covering a wide range of topics including living in Georgetown in the 1920s, the Go-Go music scene in DC, civil rights for lesbians, theater and cultural arts, and the integration of schools in Montgomery County, Maryland. Most of these interviews are not yet available electronically, but may be used in the Special Collections reading room. As these oral histories are digitized they will be added to this Dspace page. In addition, the University Archives has an oral history program that has been in existence for more than 30 years. The interviews within this collection include past presidents, alumni, faculty members, and administrative staff and cover a wide range of topics related to the history of The George Washington University. Most of these interviews are not yet digitized, but are available for use in the Special Collections reading room. Many of the University oral histories are described in the finding aid for the University Archives Oral History Collection. (http://www.gwu.edu/gelman/spec/ead/ms0371.xml). The University Archives oral histories available online are found here: http://gwdspace.wrlc.org:8180/xmlui/handle/123456789/1415

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