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Adeline Harris collection

Repository: Cincinnati Museum Center. Library

Collection Description (Extant): Interviews document the history of the black community in Cincinnati during the 20th Century. Such topics as segregation, the civil rights movement and life in the black community are discussed.

Access Copy Note: Researchers may access the tapes and index at the Cincinnati Historical Society Library during regular business hours.By their use of these texts and images, users agree to the following conditions:

1. These texts and images may not be reproduced or redistributed without the written permission of the Cincinnati Historical Society Library, Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. This restriction applies to all reproduction or redistribution for public or commercial use. Permission to publish must be requested in writing.
2. Individual images may be protected by copyright. Users who contemplate reproducing these materials should make an additional effort to determine ownership.

Collection URL: External Link

Condition Note: good condition, master and copy

Date(s): 1980-1981

Digital Status: No

Existing IDs: MSS 1 AT

Extent: 63 audio cassettes (90 minutes), interviewee biographies, content summaries

Language: English

Interviewees: Dr. Clarissa Baker, Theodore Moody Berry, J. Kenneth Blackwell, John Blanton, Rev. L. Venchael Booth, William Bowen, Carol Braddock, Dr. Edmund Casey, Dr. Ray E. Clarke, Virginia Coffey, Dr. Vera Edwards, Cheryl Grant, Joseph Hall, Lawrence Hawkins, James B. Marshall, Dr. Lucy Oxley, Rev. Wilber Page, Hartwell Parham, Marjorie Parham, Melvin Posey, Lavatus U. Powell, Ida Mae Rhodes, Oscar Robertson, Doris Rankin Sells, Dr. Halloway Sells, Jack Sherman Jr., Fred Shuttlesworth, Donald Spencer, Marian Spencer, Ronald Temple, Carl Westmoreland

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights


African American clergy--Ohio
African American doctors
African American educators--Ohio
African Americans in medicine
African Americans--Civil rights--Ohio
African Americans--Social life and customs
Civil rights movements--Ohio


Sound recordings


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