The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
The Ohio State University oral history project
Repository: Ohio State University. Archives
Collection Description (CRHP): The Ohio State University Oral History Project includes interviews with faculty and administrators about Black Studies programs, minority recruitment and retention, race relations on campus, public school desegregation, and the civil disturbances on campus in 1970.
Collection Description (Extant): This program is administered by The Ohio State University Archives. The purpose is to document the history of The Ohio State University by interviewing important faculty members and administrators. Ultimately, the goal is to collect information that is unavailable in traditional print sources and to preserve the history of the university for future generations of researchers.
Access Copy Note: Transcripts of interviews are available from the collection URL (OSU Knowledge Bank).
Collection URL: https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/handle/1811/403
Digital Status: Partial
Extent: audiocassettes, transcripts
Physical Location: Columbus, Ohio
Related Archival Items: See "1970 Disruptions (Student)" (forms part of the Ohio State University Office of the President, 1970 [Novice G.Fawcett]), SPEC.RG.3.I-3.
Interviewees: Frank W. Hale, Jack Rimmel Frymier, Harold L. Enarson, Novice G. Fawcett, Robert Edwin Jewett, Albert J. Kuhn, Luvern L. Cunningham, Celianna I. Taylor
Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights
African American coaches
African Americans--Education (Higher)
Civil rights demonstrations--Ohio--Columbus
Ohio State University. Dept. of Black Studies
School integration--California--San Francisco
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements