The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
LBJ Library oral history collection
Repository: Lyndon Baines Johnson Library
Collection Description (CRHP): This repository houses numerous interviews pertaining to the Civil Rights Movement, including those with Johnson administration staffers, politicians and activists.
Collection Description (Extant): The LBJ Library Oral History Collection is composed of interviews conducted for the LBJ Library under four separate projects: those done under the auspices of the National Archives; the White House during the Johnson Administration; the University of Texas Oral History Project; and the LBJ Library Oral History Project. The names of interviewees who have participated in more than one of these projects are repeated on this list to highlight this fact. Names of those with multiple interviews done by the same project are repeated when terms of access to their various interviews vary. Otherwise, the name of an interviewee is listed once even though he or she may have given more than one interview.
Interviews which have been completed and accessioned into the Library's collection are followed by an alphabetical symbol in parentheses describing their status and terms of access. Those interviews without a symbol are in various stages of processing and therefore are not yet available for research unless specifically authorized by the interviewee.
Please note that special oral history interviews in the Library's custody are not included on this list with the exception of those that are available on the Library's website. These special interviews include those recorded by researchers, by federal departments preparing administrative histories, and interviews conducted by other oral history projects.
Collection URL: http://www.lbjlib.utexas.edu/johnson/archives.hom/oralhistory.hom/com_ohlist.asp
Interviewees: Morris Abram, Carl Bert Albert, Donald M. Baker, John A. Baker, Theodore M. Berry, Hale Boggs, Peter Braestrup, Horace Busby, Edgar S. Cahn, Jean Camper Cahn, William B. Cannon, Hodding Carter Jr., S. Douglass Cater, Marie Fehmer Chiarodo, Ramsey Clark, Tom Clark, Earle C. Clements, Clark M. Clifford, Jack T. Conway, George R. Davis, Cartha Deke DeLoach, Everett M. Dirksen, James O. Eastland, Charles Evers, James Farmer, Abe Fortas, Sharon Francis, Joe B. Frantz, Elizabeth Wickendon Goldschmidt, Kermit Gordon, Bertrand Harding, F. Edward Herbert, Aaron E. Henry, Theodore Hesburgh, A. Leon Higginbotham, Harold Howe II, Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Frank Ikard, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Paul B. Johnson Jr., Barbara Jordan, Nicholas Katzenbach, William P. Kelly, Arthur B. Krim, Thomas H. Kuchel, Robert Lampman, Robert A. Levine, Lester Maddox, Burke Marshall, Thurgood Marshall, Louis Martin, Ruby G. Martin, Edgar May, Robert McNamara, Harry C. McPherson, Wilbur Daigh Mills, Clarence Maurice Mitchell, Lawrence F. O'Brien, Drew Pearson, Stephen J. Pollak, Asa Philip Randolph, Joseph L. Rauh Jr., Walt W. Rostow, Dean Rusk, Norbert A. Schlei, Wunibald W. Schneider, R. Sargent Shriver, Jule M. Sugarman, James L. Sundquist, Lera Thomas, John Tower, Stewart L. Udall, Earl Warren, Lew Wasserman, William Smith White, Roy Ottoway Wilkins, Adam Yarmolinsky, Andrew J. Young, Whitney Moore Young
Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights
African American civil rights workers
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
United States--Politics and government
United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964
United States. President
United States. Supreme Court