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New south oral history collection

Repository: Emory University. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Collection Description (CRHP): Topics of discussion include Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, southern music, the civil rights movement, desegregation, and southern politics. For each interview, there is an original audiocassette tape, a use copy and a project file. The project file consists of a typed transcript of the interview, any related correspondence or research material, and in most cases, a resume or similar biographical information.

Collection Description (Extant): Oral history interviews conducted for an Emory University Special Collections and Archives (now the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library) project in 2000 and 2004 by Emory University students enrolled in Tom Chaffin's New South History class.

Access Copy Note: Unrestricted access.

Date(s): 2000-2004

Existing IDs: Manuscript Collection No. 876

Finding Aid URL: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/8zq0c External Link

Language: English

Interviewees: Freddy Cole, Clarence Cooper, Constance Curry, Frank Edwards, George Heery, Hyatt Irwin, Windsor Jordan, Franita Ware, Linda Poynter Williams

Rights (Extant): All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Subjects:

Atlanta (Ga.)--Race relations
Civil rights movements--Georgia
Music
School integration--Georgia
Southern States--Politics and government

Genres:

Interviews
Sound recordings
Transcripts

 

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