The Black women oral history project. A project sponsored by the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe College [ca. 1974-1989] (Dept. of Special Collections: call no. CURR D44).
A guide to the transcripts, edited by Ruth Edmonds Hill and Patricia Miller King. viii, 152p.
Transcripts (66 volumes, cataloged separately under name of interviewee.)
Interviews of Hispanic residents of Garden City, Kansas; the Kansas City, Kansas community; and Emporia, Kansas, 1977-1981, by Robert Oppenheimer. (Kansas Collection: Transcripts at 96-2-1; audiotapes at 99-06-02).
Making do and doing without: Kansas in the great depression, by Katie Armitage...et al. Lawrence, University of Kansas, 1983. [published transcript of a 26-part radio/newspaper series; Katie Armitage, primary researcher]. 98p. (Kansas Collection: call no. RH D5645).
Reminiscences of the Dust Bowl in Haskell County, Kansas and Cimarron County, Oklahoma; oral history interviews conducted by Donald Worster, September 1977. 13 cassette tapes. (Kansas Collection: call no. RH MS 271).
Voices of American homemakers: National Extension Homemakers Council oral history project. [Eleanor Arnold, project director]. National Extension Homemakers Council, . (Kansas Collection: call nos. RH D7328 and RH Cass. Tape 2)
5 v. + 173 sound cassettes.
Table of contents:
v.1. Index, Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida.
v.2. Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland.
v.3. Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico.
v.4. North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon.
v.5. South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, evaluation report, list of repositories.