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Collection Number: 04007

Collection Title: Southern Oral History Program Collection, 1973-2013

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Size 5,316 interviews; about 10,300 textual items
Abstract In 1973, the History Department of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill established an oral history program devoted to the study of the southern region of the United States. The Southern Oral History Program collects interviews with Southerners who have made significant contributions to various fields of human endeavor. In addition, the Program undertakes special projects with the purpose of rendering historically visible those whose experience is not reflected in traditional written sources. Interviews are conducted by Program staff, graduate students, faculty members, and consultants. The Program also serves as a collecting agency, accepting donations of tapes and transcripts of interviews conducted by other researchers. The collection includes sound recordings of interviews conducted under the auspices of the Southern Oral History Program or by other researchers, who donated their recordings to the Program. Also included are transcripts of most interviews, abstracts or tape indexes of many interviews, introductory biographical sketches or other supplemental materials for some individual interviews or groups of interviews, and photographs of a few interviewees.
Creator Southern Oral History Program.
Language English.
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Restrictions to Access
Some interviews are restricted or closed as noted in this document.
Restrictions to Use
If an interview has been transcribed, researchers should quote from the transcript. If no transcript is available, reference to material in the interview should be taken from the audio recording. Some interviews have restrictions imposed by the interviewees or interviewers; restricted interviews are clearly marked. Researchers may, for example, be required to obtain written permission from the interviewee or interviewer to quote from the interview.
Use of audiotapes or videotapes may require production of listening or viewing copies.
Restrictions to Use
The Southern Oral History Program (SOHP) welcomes non-commercial use and access that qualifies as fair use as stipulated by U.S. Copyright law to all unrestricted interview materials in the collection. The researcher must cite and give proper credit to the SOHP. The SOHP requests that the researcher informs the SOHP as to how and where they are using the material. Please use the online form available on the SOHP site to request permission and inform the SOHP of your use.
Preferred Citation
Interview with [interviewee name] by [interviewer name], [interview date] [interview number], in the Southern Oral History Program Collection #4007, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Example: Interview with Katharine DuPre Lumpkin by Jacquelyn Hall, 4 August 1974 (G-34), in the Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007), Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Transferred from the Southern Oral History Program beginning in the 1970s.
Additional Descriptive Resources
Database: A searchable database of all Southern Oral History Program interviews is available at http://www.lib.unc.edu/dc/sohp/. Patrons may keyword search the database by: (1) Abstract; (2) Transcript; (3) Interviewee name; (4) Interviewer name; (5) Interview number; or (6) Subject term. Patrons may browse the database by: (1) Interviewee name; (2) Interviewer name; (3) Interviewee occupation; (4) Interviewee ethnicity; or (5) Project. Each interview entry includes information on the availability of materials, interview dates, interview subject terms, and interview abstracts where available. Additionally, each entry indicates any restrictions to access, and explains the nature of the restrictions. For those interviews with unrestricted digital transcripts and/or audio, the transcripts and audio are available for download from the site. An advanced search of the database is also available from the main UNC Libraries Digital Collections homepage (linked from the database), which allows patrons to search by date or search by combinations of multiple keywords in multiple fields using the operators AND, OR, NOT, NEAR.
The interview numbers listed here in the finding aid is linked to the database record for the interview.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

Clicking on a subject heading below will take you into the University Library's online catalog.

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In September 1973, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill established an oral history program devoted to the study of the southern region. The Southern Oral History Program is engaged in the collection of interviews with individuals in North Carolina and in the South who have made significant contributions to various fields of human endeavor. In addition, the Program undertakes special projects with the purpose of rendering historically visible those whose consciousness and experience are not reflected in traditional written sources. The result is the preservation of information that exists only in the minds of living men and women, material which, if unrecorded, would soon be lost.

The Program has established projects in several areas-- individual biographies, southern women, workers and labor movements, contemporary politics, and North Carolina social history. In addition, the Program serves as a collecting agency; tapes and transcripts are donated to the Program by other researchers.

In 1994, a gift from Walter Royal Davis enabled the Southern Oral History Program and the Academic Affairs Library to establish the Davis Oral History Fund and to launch five projects aimed at understanding how North Carolinians have dealt with the changes that have transformed the state since the Great Depression. These projects focus on University history; North Carolina politics; business history; women's leadership and grassroots activism; and memory and community studies.

Interviews done directly under the auspices of the Southern Oral History Program are conducted by Program staff, graduate students, faculty members, and consultants. The structure of the interview depends on its purposes. In some cases, lengthy biographical memoirs are undertaken. In others, interviews focus only on the specific aspects of the respondent's experience that bear on the historical concerns of the interviewer.

Transcripts are available for many of the interviews. Inaudible phrases may be indicated in the transcripts by a blank space, appearing: ( ) . Ellipses indicate a pause in speech. False starts are omitted and punctuation is added for the sake of clarity. It should be noted that transcripts vary somewhat in style and appearance. Early transcripts were corrected by hand; in later ones, corrections have been typewritten. Abstracts or tape indexes exist for many interviews, and introductory biographical sketches have been prepared for some interviews. Some transcripts were returned to the interviewee for approval. If necessary, a revised transcript was prepared. In cases where transcripts have been significantly rewritten, a note to that effect is appended.

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As of September 2006, the Southern Oral History Program Collection consists of twenty series, as follows:

Photographs and other related materials: A few interviews or interview series have related photographs, notes, or other materials. The existence of these materials is noted in the series or item description as appropriate.

Using the collection: The Southern Oral History Program views oral history not as an end in itself, but as an additional tool for exploring social life in past times. Interviews constitute primary source material, retrospective evidence of individual experiences and perceptions. Those who use the Program's tapes or transcripts are cautioned to bring to them the same rules of evidence applied to other forms of historical documentation, testing one interview against another as well as against written sources. The Program makes no representation as to the factual accuracy of a memoir; the scholar judges for him or herself.

For each series, the Program supplies an introduction describing the purpose and origin of the series. Each series is assigned a letter and each interview within the series is assigned a unique number within its series (e.g., A-1, B-1). Arrangement of the interviews within each series varies. Researchers should include both letter and number when requesting interviews.

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Contents list

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A. Southern Politics.
A.1. Bass-De Vries Interviews, 1973-1975.
A.1.1. Original Deposit.
A.1.2. Appendix.
A.1.3. Additional Interviews.
A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991.
A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997.
B. Individual Biographies.
B.1. Individual Biographies: General.
B.2. Interviews with a Special Focus.
B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project.
B.2.2. Racial Violence in Wilmington Project.
B.2.3. African Americans in Durham Project.
B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project.
B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project.
B.2.6. Women's History Course Project.
C. Notable North Carolinians.
C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies.
C.2. Religion and Politics in North Carolina Project.
C.3. Research Triangle Park Project.
C.4. Pearsall Project.
C.5. Kenan Project.
C.6. Women in Politics Project.
C.7. Raleigh Roots Project.
C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project.
C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project.
C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project.
C.11. Henry Toole Clark, Jr., M.D.
C.12. Katharine Parker Freeman and L. E. M. (Lemuel Elmer MacMillan) Freeman.
C.13. Helms Documentary Project.
C.14. Ethelene McCabe Allen.
C.15. North Carolina Governors.
D. Rural Electrification, 1984-1985.
E. Labor.
E.1. Labor History.
E.2. Miners for Democracy.
E.3. Italo-American Community Project.
E.4. University of North Carolina Foodworkers' Strikes, 1974-1975, 1979.
E.5. Civil Rights Unionism.
E.6. Michael Honey Collection on Southern Labor History.
F. Fellowship of Southern Churchmen, 1983-1985.
G. Southern Women.
G.1. Individual Biographies.
G.2. Interviews with a Special Focus.
G.2.1. American Women in Medicine Project.
G.2.2. Black and White Women in Atlanta Public Life Project.
G.2.3. Women's Leadership and Grassroots Activism Project.
G.2.4. Women Workers at the Jerold Plant, Smithfield, N.C.
H. Piedmont Industrialization, 1974-1980.
H.1. Badin, N.C.
H.2. Burlington, N.C.
H.3. Bynum, N.C.
H.4. Catawba, N.C.
H.5. Charlotte, N.C.
H.6. Durham, N.C.
H.7. Greenville, S.C.
H.8. Piedmont, Miscellaneous.
H.9. Farmville, N.C.
H.10. Elizabethton, Tenn.,
H.11. Like a Family Research Files.
I. Business History.
I.1. Hostile Takeover Project.
I.2. North Carolina Business History Project.
I.3. Hickory Springs Manufacturing Company.
J. Legal Professions.
K. Southern Communities.
K.1. Individual Projects.
K.1.1. Cane Creek Project.
K.1.2. Coastal Carolina Project.
K.1.3. White Furniture Company of Mebane Project.
K.1.4. Hindu Temple in Morrisville Project.
K.1.5. Mountain Voices.
K.1.6. Chatham Voices.
K.1.7 Green River Heritage Area.
K.1.8. Southern Communities: Our Stories, In Focus: Chapel Hill/Carrboro.
K.1.9. Southern Communities: Wilson County During the Depression.
K.1.10. Southern Communities: Desegregating Cary.
K.2. Listening for a Change.
K.2.1. Overview Project.
K.2.2. Listening for a Change: New Immigrants Project.
K.2.3. Listening for a Change: Jewish Immigrants Project.
K.2.4. Listening for a Change: Cooleemee Project.
K.2.5. Listening for a Change: West Charlotte High School Project.
K.2.6. Listening for a Change: Cary Heritage Museum's Oral History Project.
K.2.7. Listening for a Change: History of Gay Men and Transgender People in the South.
K.2.8. Listening for a Change: History 170, Oral History Course Project: Desegregation and the Inner Life of Chapel Hill Schools.
K.2.9. Listening for a Change: Tobacco, History, and Memory: Storytelling and Cultural Grieving in Eastern North Carolina.
K.2.10. Listening for a Change: Segregation and Integration of North Carolina Athletics Programs.
K.2.11. Listening for a Change: Tradition and Development in Madison County's I-26 Corridor.
K.2.12. Listening for a Change: Cambodian Community in Greensboro, N.C.
K.2.13. Listening for a Change: Voices after the Deluge: Oral History Investigations of the Great North Carolina Flood.
K.2.14. Listening for a Change: School Desegregation: Davidson Student Interviews.
K.2.15. Listening for a Change: School Desegregation: Davidson-Johnson C. Smith Student Interviews.
K.2.16. Listening for a Change: School Desegregation in Charlotte, N.C.
K.2.17. Listening for a Change: Asian Voices.
K.2.18. Listening for a Change: Southern Louisiana Environmentalism.
K.2.19. Listening for a Change: Stephens-Lee High School, Asheville, N.C.
K.2.20. Listening for a Change: Mighty Tigers--Oral Histories of Chapel Hill's Lincoln High School.
K.2.21. Listening for a Change: Terra Ceia Community.
K.2.22. Listening for a Change: North Carolina Churches.
K.2.23. African Americans in Georgia.
K.2.24. The Maya of Morganton.
L. University of North Carolina.
L.1. Individual Biographies.
L.2. Anne Queen and the Campus Y.
L.3. Women's Sports at UNC.
L.4. UNC School of Law.
L.5. UNC School of Public Health.
L.6. UNC Historians Project.
L.7. William Friday Project.
L.8. Albert Coates Project.
L.9. William Friday Documentary Project.
L.10. University Faculty and Diversity, 1960-1990.
L.11. School of Medicine and UNC Hospitals.
L.11.1. UNC Hospital Volunteer Association Board.
L.11.2. North Carolina Memorial Hospital Oral History Project.
L.12. Reflections on University Leadership.
L.13. University of North Carolina: North Carolina Area Health Education Centers (AHEC).
L.14. Kenan Professors
M. Black High School Principals.
O. Foundation History: North Carolina Fund.
Q. African American Life and Culture.
R. Special Research Projects.
R.1. War on Poverty in North Carolina.
R.2. Latinos in North Carolina.
R.3. Hindu Community in the Raleigh-Durham Area.
R.4. Integration and Health Care in North Carolina.
R.5. Lily May Ledford.
R.6. The African American Working Class, 1930s-1950s.
R.7. Gateway Transitional Families Program.
R.8. North Carolina Communities: Montagnard Refugees from Vietnam.
R.9. Contemporary Funeral Traditions in the Gullah Community of St. Helena, S.C.
R.10. Carol Woods Retirement Community, Chapel Hill, N.C.
R.11. Life Review (1997).
R.12. Life Review (2000).
R.13. Middle Eastern Immigrants in North Carolina.
R.14. African American Converts to the Mormon Faith.
R.15. New Hope Community.
R.16. Remembering Black Main Streets.
R.17. Tobacco Interviews, Duke Homestead Education and History.
R.18. Bruce Hartford.
R.19. Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South, 1998-2001.
R.20. WakeMed History Project.
R.21. Shattering the Glass: The Remarkable History of Women's Basketball.
R.22. Julian Bond.
R.23. Lemuel Delany Jr.
R.24. Tom Davenport
R.25. The Women's Movement and North Carolina Churches.
R.26. Northside Community Association, Chapel Hill, N.C.
R.27. Archie Green Interviews.
R.28. Military Dissenters: Veterans, Military Families, and the Iraq and Afghan Wars.
R.29. Providence Cooperative Farm.
R.30. Oral History and the Study of the Modern South.
R.31. Raleigh News and Observer.
R.32. Carrboro Farmers' Market Project.
R.33. Documenting the Gulf Oil Spill.
R.34. New Roots.
R.35. Louanne Watley.
R.36. Johnson Intern Program.
R.37. Oral History Research by Pete Daniel.
R.38. Institute for Southern Studies.
R.39. Legacy of William Friday.
S. Center for Creative Leadership.
U. The Long Civil Rights Movement: The South Since the 1960s.
U.1. Individual Biographies.
U.2. School Desegregation in Robeson County, N.C.
U.3. School Desegregation in Birmingham, Ala.
U.4. School Desegregation in Louisville, Ky.
U.5. Memphis Civil Rights and Politics.
U.6. Remembering Bombingham, Remaking Birmingham.
U.7. Economic Justice in Charlotte, N.C.
U.8. Economic Justice in Louisville, Ky.
U.9. Economic Justice in Birmingham, Ala.
U.10. Hillside High School.
U.11. Gender and Sexuality.
U.12. Imagining New Orleans.
U.13. Oral History and the Modern South.
U.14. Preserving the African American Experience in Pamlico County, N.C.
U.15. Economic Justice in Charleston, S.C.
U.16. The Women's Movement in the South.
U.17. The 50th Anniversary of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).
U.18. Heirs to a Fighting Tradition.
U.19. Breaking New Ground.
V. The Hayti Spectrum: Documenting Negro Life of the 1920s, '30s, and '40s in Durham, N.C.

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443 items.

This series contains interviews conducted for three different projects: (1) Bass-De Vries interviews (original deposit, appendix, and additional interviews) for The Transformation of Southern Politics , A-1-334, 358; (2) Southern Liberalism interviews by John Egerton, A-335-367; (3) North Carolina Politics interviews, A-370-431.

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310 items.

The Bass-De Vries group of interviews includes discussions with political leaders, journalists, editors, party officials, political scientists, campaign directors, union officials, civil rights leaders, and congress people from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. These interviews were conducted as part of a study of politics in the South between 1945 and 1974 that resulted in The Transformation of Southern Politics: Social Change and Political Consequence Since 1945 (Basic Books, 1976). Some of these interviews are exclusively related to the impact of the civil rights movement, black political participation, the rise of the Republican Party, and the results of industrialization and urbanization. Others include information on a broad range of events and movements. Interviews with leaders of regional importance, civil rights activists, and those persons who exercised political power over long spans of time are of particular interest. Also included are a group of interviews, largely conducted by the Southern Oral History Program (SOHP) and other University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) groups, that expand on those collected by Bass and De Vries. Among these are in-depth biographical memoirs of national figures, regional commentators, state party leaders, and local officials. In addition to discussing political issues, each interview aims at revealing the forces that shape the lives of public people--family culture, childhood experiences, education, self-concepts, and early political involvements. The process of political decision-making is also examined.

Bass and De Vries interviewed more than 300 respondents from 1973 through 1975. Through a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, the Southern Oral History Program provided transcripts for 215 of the most important interviews. Some of these interviews are exclusively related to the themes in The Transformation of Southern Politics : the impact of the civil rights movement, black political participation, the rise of the Republican Party, and the results of industrialization and urbanization. Others include information on a broad range of events and movements. Interviews with leaders of regional importance, civil rights activists, and those persons who exercised political power over long spans of time are of particular interest.

Jack Solomon Bass (1936- ) is a political reporter. He received a B.A. degree in journalism from the University of South Carolina and was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. From 1966 to 1973, he served as Columbia, S.C., bureau chief for the Charlotte Observer. He is the author of Porgy Comes Home: South Carolina After 300 Years (1972) and other books. Walter De Vries (1931- ) is a political consultant. He received his Ph.D. degree in political science from Michigan State University. From 1962 to 1967, he was executive assistant to Governor George Romney of Michigan. Since 1973, he has served as associate professor in the Institute of Political Sciences and Public Affairs at Duke University. He is also director of the North Carolina Institute of Politics.

The additional interviews expand on those collected by Bass and De Vries through in-depth biographical memoirs of national figures, regional commentators, state party leaders, and local officials. In addition to discussing political issues, each interview aims at revealing the forces that shape the lives of public people-family, culture, childhood experiences, education, self-concepts, and early political involvements. The process of political decision-making is also examined. Most of these interviews were conducted by the Southern Oral History Program and students and faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Three interviews were received on exchange, one each from Rice University, Columbia University, and Louisiana State University. Two interviews with Terry Sanford were donated by the interviewer, Joe B. Frantz. The three interviews with Sam Ervin have been extensively abstracted rather than transcribed, and one interview with L. M. Wright has not been transcribed.

The original deposit contained the 215 interviews for which transcripts were prepared. They are arranged alphabetically within state groupings. Transcripts for interviews marked with an plus sign (+) are available on microfilm. Following these interviews is the appendix, containing interviews conducted by Bass and De Vries that were not transcribed. These are also arranged in state groupings. The Southern Oral History Program was unable to supply any information on how or by whom transcribing decisions were made. Appendix tapes were transferred to the Southern Historical Collection in December 1976. Some attempt has been made to identify interviewees in this group. Please note that, since tapes are used in lieu of transcripts, quotation is permitted. Interviews marked with a number sign (#) share a tape with another interview.

Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted. Interview numbers are not necessarily in sequence, and some may be missing.

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215 items.

Interviews marked with an plus sign (+) are available on microfilm. Interviews marked with a number sign (#) share a tape with another interview. Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted. Interview numbers are not necessarily in sequence, and some may be missing.

Interview A-0001

Alabama: Arrington, Richard (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0001

Interview A-0002

Alabama: Baxley, Bill (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0002

Interview A-0003

Alabama: Beasley, Jere (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0003

Interview A-0004

Alabama: Blount, Winton (Red) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0004

Interview A-0005

Alabama: Brewer, Albert (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0005

Interview A-0006

Alabama: Clemon, U. W. (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0006

Interview A-0007

Alabama: Ford, Johnny (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0007

Interview A-0008

Alabama: Gomillion, Charles G. (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0008

Interview A-0009

Alabama: Grenier, John (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0009

Interview A-0010

Alabama: Heflin, Howell (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0010

Interview A-0011

Alabama: Jenkins, Ray (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0011

Interview A-0012

Alabama: Johnson, Frank (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0012

Interview A-0013

Alabama: LeFlore, John L. (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0013

Interview A-0014

Alabama: Martin, Harold (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0014

Interview A-0015

Alabama: Nettles, Bert (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0015

Interview A-0016

Alabama: Parker, Alan (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0016

Interview A-0017

Alabama: Patterson, John (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0017

Interview A-0018

Alabama: Pelham, Pierre (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0018

Interview A-0019

Alabama: Reed, Joe (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0019

Interview A-0020

Alabama: Reed, Thomas (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0020

Interview A-0021

Alabama: Shores, Arthur (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0021

Interview A-0022

Alabama: Sparkman, John (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0022

Interview A-0023

Alabama: Vance, Robert (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0023

Interview A-0024

Alabama: Wallace, George (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0024

Interview A-0025

Arkansas: Becker, Bill #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0025

Interview A-0026

Arkansas: Bumpers, Dale #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0026

Interview A-0027

Arkansas: Clinton, Bill #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0027

Interview A-0028

Arkansas: Coon, Ken #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0028

Interview A-0029

Arkansas: Eisele, G. Thomas (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0029

Interview A-0030

Arkansas: Enoch, Dale #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0030

Interview A-0031

Arkansas: Faubus, Orval #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0031

Interview A-0032

Arkansas: Hammerschmidt, John Paul #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0032

Interview A-0033

Arkansas: Jewell, Jerry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0033

Interview A-0034

Arkansas: Ledbetter, Brownie #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0034

Interview A-0035

Arkansas: Ledbetter, Cal #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0035

Interview A-0036

Arkansas: Mays, Richard #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0036

Interview A-0037

Arkansas: Powell, James O. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0037

Interview A-0038

Arkansas: Pryor, David #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0038

Interview A-0039

Arkansas: Ward, Charles #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0039

Interview A-0040

Arkansas: Ward, John #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0040

Interview A-0041

Arkansas: Wilkins, Henry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0041

Interview A-0042

Florida: Anderson, Claud #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0042

Interview A-0043

Florida: Anqueira, Jose #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0043

Interview A-0044

Florida: Apthorp, Jim #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0044

Interview A-0045

Florida: Askew, Reubin #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0045

Interview A-0046

Florida: Boylston, Gray #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0046

Interview A-0047

Florida: Cherry, Gwen #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0047

Interview A-0048

Florida: Chiles, Lawton #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0048

Interview A-0049

Florida: Collins, Leroy #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0049

Interview A-0050

Florida: David, Bill #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0050

Interview A-0051

Florida: Hallgren, Art #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0051

Interview A-0052

Florida: Harris, Marshall #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0052

Interview A-0053

Florida: Hawkins, Paula #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0053

Interview A-0054

Florida: Horne, Mallory #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0054

Interview A-0055

Florida: Morris, Allen #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0055

Interview A-0056

Florida: Pepper, Claude (photograph available: P-4007/A-56) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0056

Interview A-0057

Florida: Pride, Don #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0057

Interview A-0058

Florida: Reed, Don #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0058

Interview A-0059

Florida: Sessums, Terrel #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0059

Interview A-0060

Florida: Thomas, L. E. (Tommy) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0060

Interview A-0061

Florida: Turlington, Ralph #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0061

Interview A-0062

Georgia: Bentley, Jimmy (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0062

Interview A-0063

Georgia: Bishop, Norman (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0063

Interview A-0064

Georgia: Brown, Benjamin (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0064

Interview A-0065

Georgia: Busbee, George (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0065

Interview A-0066

Georgia: Carter, Jimmy (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0066

Interview A-0067

Georgia: Egan, Mike (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0067

Interview A-0068

Georgia: Esser, George (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0068

Interview A-0069

Georgia: Hamilton, Grace (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0069

Interview A-0070

Georgia: Harris, Roy (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0070

Interview A-0071

Georgia: Hill, Bobby (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0071

Interview A-0072

Georgia: Kirbo, Charles (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0072

Interview A-0073

Georgia: Lewis, John (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0073

Interview A-0074

Georgia: Mabry, Herb (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0074

Interview A-0075

Georgia: McIntyre, Edward (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0075

Interview A-0076

Georgia: Murphy, Reg (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0076

Interview A-0077

Georgia: Samuels, Rita Jackson (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0077

Interview A-0078

Georgia: Sanders, Carl (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0078

Interview A-0079

Georgia: Shaw, Robert (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0079

Interview A-0080

Georgia: Young, Andrew (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0080

Interview A-0081

Louisiana: Beguard, Al #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0081

Interview A-0082

Louisiana: Boggs, Lindy #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0082

Interview A-0083

Louisiana: Bussie, Victor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0083

Interview A-0084

Louisiana: Chubbuck, Jim #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0084

Interview A-0085-A

Louisiana: Edwards, Edwin, 25 September 1973 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0085-A

Interview A-0085-B

Louisiana: Edwards, Edwin, 16 January 1974 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0085-B

Interview A-0086

Louisiana: Jackson, Alphonse #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0086

Interview A-0087

Louisiana: Johnston, Bennett #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0087

Interview A-0088

Louisiana: Laborde, Adrian #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0088

Interview A-0089

Louisiana: Landrieu, Moon #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0089

Interview A-0090

Louisiana: Long, Gillis #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0090

Interview A-0091

Louisiana: McKeithen, John #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0091

Interview A-0092

Louisiana: Morial, Ernest #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0092

Interview A-0093

Louisiana: Mouton, Edgar #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0093

Interview A-0094

Louisiana: Reed, Roy #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0094

Interview A-0095-A

Louisiana: Steimel, Ed, 14 January 1974 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0095-A

Interview A-0095-B

Louisiana: Steimel, Ed, undated #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0095-B

Interview A-0096

Louisiana: Treen, David #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0096

Interview A-0097

Louisiana: Wiliams, T. Harry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0097

Interview A-0098

Mississippi: Bowie, Henry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0098

Interview A-0099

Mississippi: Carmichael, Gil #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0099

Interview A-0100

Mississippi: Carter, Hodding #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0100

Interview A-0101

Mississippi: Clark, Robert #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0101

Interview A-0102

Mississippi: Coleman, James P. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0102

Interview A-0103

Mississippi: Cochran, Thad #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0103

Interview A-0104

Mississippi: Dean, Ken #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0104

Interview A-0105

Mississippi: Derian, Patricia M. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0105

Interview A-0106

Mississippi: Dye, Brad (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0106

Interview A-0107

Mississippi: Henry, Aaron #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0107

Interview A-0108

Mississippi: Johnson, Paul #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0108

Interview A-0109

Mississippi: McLemore, Eugene #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0109

Interview A-0110

Mississippi: Minor, W. F. (Bill) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0110

Interview A-0111

Mississippi: O'Keefe, Jerry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0111

Interview A-0112

Mississippi: Ramsey, Claude #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0112

Interview A-0113

Mississippi: Reed, Clarke #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0113

Interview A-0114

Mississippi: Rogers, George #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0114

Interview A-0115

Mississippi: Simmons, William #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0115

Interview A-0116

Mississippi: Sullivan, Charles #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0116

Interview A-0117

Mississippi: Williams, John Bell #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0117

Interview A-0118

North Carolina: Bennett, Bert (*) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0118

Interview A-0119

North Carolina: Broyhill, James (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0119

Interview A-0120

North Carolina: Eure, Thad (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0120

Interview A-0121

North Carolina: Fleishman, Joel (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0121

Interview A-0122

North Carolina: Friday, William C. (*) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0122

Interview A-0123

North Carolina: Guillory, Ferrel (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0123

Interview A-0124

North Carolina: Helms, Jesse (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0124

Interview A-0125

North Carolina: Hobby, Wilbur (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0125

Interview A-0126

North Carolina: Hodges, Luther, Jr. (*) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0126

Interview A-0127

North Carolina: Horton, Hamilton (*) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0127

Interview A-0128

North Carolina: Jenkins, Jay (*) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0128

Interview A-0129

North Carolina: Jenkins, Leo (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0129

Interview A-0130

North Carolina: Jones, Graham (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0130

Interview A-0131

North Carolina: Lambeth, Tom (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0131

Interview A-0132

North Carolina: Lee, Howard (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0132

Interview A-0133

North Carolina: McKay, Martha (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0133

Interview A-0134

North Carolina: McKissick, Floyd (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0134

Interview A-0135

North Carolina: Michaux, H. M. (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0135

Interview A-0136

North Carolina: Morgan, Robert (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0136

Interview A-0137

North Carolina: Preyer, Richardson (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0137

Interview A-0138

North Carolina: Rose, Charles (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0138

Interview A-0139

North Carolina: Rouse, Frank (*) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0139

Interview A-0140

North Carolina: Sanford, Terry (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0140

Interview A-0141

North Carolina: Scott, Ralph (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0141

Interview A-0142

North Carolina: Sitton, Claude (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0142

Interview A-0143

North Carolina: White, Bill (*) (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0143

Interview A-0144

South Carolina: Carter, Rex #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0144

Interview A-0145

South Carolina: Clyburn, James #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0145

Interview A-0146

South Carolina: Davis, Mendell #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0146

Interview A-0147

South Carolina: Dent, Harry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0147

Interview A-0148

South Carolina: Dorn, William Jennings Bryan #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0148

Interview A-0149

South Carolina: Edens, J. Drake #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0149

Interview A-0150

South Carolina: Edwards, James B. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0150

Interview A-0151

South Carolina: Finney, Ernest A. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0151

Interview A-0152

South Carolina: Goodstein, Arnold #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0152

Interview A-0153

South Carolina: Gressette, Marion #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0153

Interview A-0154

South Carolina: Hamilton, George #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0154

Interview A-0155

South Carolina: Heller, Max #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0155

Interview A-0156

South Carolina: Hollings, Fritz #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0156

Interview A-0157

South Carolina: Howe, Gedney, III #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0157

Interview A-0158

South Carolina: Mann, James #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0158

Interview A-0159

South Carolina: Perry, Matthew #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0159

Interview A-0160

South Carolina: Powell, Ken #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0160

Interview A-0161

South Carolina: Ravenel, Arthur #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0161

Interview A-0162

South Carolina: Ravenel, Charles #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0162

Interview A-0163

South Carolina: Riley, Richard #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0163

Interview A-0164

South Carolina: Sheheen, Fred #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0164

Interview A-0165

South Carolina: Sylvester, Barbara #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0165

Interview A-0166

South Carolina: Thurmond, Strom #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0166

Interview A-0167

South Carolina: Young, Sinway #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0167

Interview A-0168

Tennessee: Awsumb, Gwen #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0168

Interview A-0169

Tennessee: Brock, William E. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0169

Interview A-0170

Tennessee: Carter, William C. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0170

Interview A-0171

Tennessee: Carter, William L. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0171

Interview A-0172

Tennessee: Dunn, Winfield #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0172

Interview A-0173

Tennessee: Ford, Harold #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0173

Interview A-0174

Tennessee: Gore, Albert #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0174

Interview A-0175

Tennessee: Hall, James #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0175

Interview A-0176

Tennessee: McWherter, Ned #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0176

Interview A-0177

Tennessee: Robinson, C. B. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0177

Interview A-0178

Tennessee: Sasser, James #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0178

Interview A-0179

Tennessee: Seigenthaler, John #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0179

Interview A-0180

Tennessee: White, James #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0180

Interview A-0181

Texas: Armstrong, Robert #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0181

Interview A-0182

Texas: Barrientos, Gonzalo #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0182

Interview A-0183

Texas: Castillo, Leonel #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0183

Interview A-0184

Texas: Christian, George #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0184

Interview A-0185

Texas: Dugger, Ronnie #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0185

Interview A-0186

Texas: Farenthold, Frances #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0186

Interview A-0187

Texas: Flores, Rudy #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0187

Interview A-0188

Texas: Goodwyn, Lawrence #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0188

Interview A-0189

Texas: Hardesty, Bob #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0189

Interview A-0190

Texas: Hubbard, Harry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0190

Interview A-0191

Texas: Knaggs, John (+) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0191

Interview A-0192

Texas: Long, Stuart #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0192

Interview A-0193

Texas: Murray, Richard #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0193

Interview A-0194

Texas: Palm, Nancy #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0194

Interview A-0195

Texas: Reyes, Ben #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0195

Interview A-0196

Texas: Steelman, Alan #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0196

Interview A-0197

Texas: Stutton, G. J. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0197

Interview A-0198

Texas: Walker, DeLoss #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0198

Interview A-0199

Texas: West, Dick #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0199

Interview A-0200

Texas: Yarborough, Ralph #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0200

Interview A-0201

Virginia: Boone, Ray #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0201

Interview A-0202

Virginia: Byrd, Harry, Jr. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0202

Interview A-0203

Virginia: Cook, John Warren #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0203

Interview A-0204

Virginia: Dabney, Virginius #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0204

Interview A-0205

Virginia: Darden, Colgate #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0205

Interview A-0206

Virginia: Fitzpatrick, Joe #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0206

Interview A-0207

Virginia: Holton, Linwood #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0207

Interview A-0208

Virginia: Howell, Henry #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0208

Interview A-0209

Virginia: Jordan, Joseph, Jr. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0209

Interview A-0210

Virginia: McDowell, Charlie #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0210

Interview A-0211

Virginia: Obenshain, Richard #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0211

Interview A-0212

Virginia: Ratley, Jessie #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0212

Interview A-0213

Virginia: Robertson, Bill #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0213

Interview A-0214

Virginia: Spong, William #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0214

Interview A-0215

Virginia: Wilder, Douglas #04007, Subseries: "A.1.1. Original Deposit." Interview A-0215

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92 items.

Interviews marked with an plus sign (+) are available on microfilm. Interviews marked with a number sign (#) share a tape with another interview. Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted. Interview numbers are not necessarily in sequence, and some may be missing.

Interview A-0216

Alabama: Bennett, Richard: Chair, state Republican Party #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0216

Interview A-0217

Alabama: Cooper, Jerome: Birmingham lawyer #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0217

Interview A-0218

Alabama: Durr, Clifford (#): Civil rights lawyer; FCC Commissioner under FDR #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0218

Interview A-0219

Alabama: Fox, Al: Political reporter, Birmingham News #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0219

Interview A-0220

Alabama: Garrett, Virginia: Montgomery Republican activist #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0220

Interview A-0221

Alabama: Strong, Donald: Political scientist, University of Alabama #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0221

Interview A-0222

Alabama: Weeks, Barney: President, Alabama AFL-CIO #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0222

Interview A-0223

Arkansas: Bennett, John: Little Rock bureau chief, Memphis Commercial Appeal #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0223

Interview A-0224

Arkansas: Dumas, Ernie: Political editor, Arkansas Gazette #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0224

Interview A-0225

Arkansas: Fisher, Robert: Political reporter, Arkansas Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0225

Interview A-0226

Arkansas: Kelley, Charles: News director, KTHV-TV, Little Rock #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0226

Interview A-0227

Arkansas: Johnson, Jim: Former gubernatorial candidate #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0227

Interview A-0228

Arkansas: Ranchino, Jim: Political scientist #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0228

Interview A-0229

Florida: Caddell, Pat: President, Cambridge Research Associates #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0229

Interview A-0230

Florida: De Grove, John: Political scientist #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0230

Interview A-0231

Florida: De la Parte, Louis: State senator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0231

Interview A-0232

Florida: Dyckman, Martin: Tallahassee bureau chief, St. Petersburg Times #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0232

Interview A-0233

Florida: Fauve, Greg: Miami reporter #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0233

Interview A-0234

Florida: French, John: Executive director, state Democratic Party #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0234

Interview A-0235

Florida: Frye, Barbara: Tallahassee bureau chief, UPI #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0235

Interview A-0236

Florida: Huckshorn, Robert: Political scientist, Florida Atlantic University #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0236

Interview A-0237

Florida: Mansfield, Bill: Tallahassee bureau chief, Miami Herald #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0237

Interview A-0238

Florida: Moyle, John: Chair, state Democratic Party #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0238

Interview A-0239

Florida: Patterson, Gene: Editor, St. Petersburg Times #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0239

Interview A-0240

Georgia: Bond, Julian: State senator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0240

Interview A-0241

Georgia: Gingrich, Newt: Congressional candidate, Republican Party #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0241

Interview A-0242

Georgia: Gulliver, Hal: Associate editor, Atlanta Constitution #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0242

Interview A-0243

Georgia: Kirkland, J. R.: Executive director, state Democratic Party #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0243

Interview A-0244

Georgia: Lance, Bert: Former Highway Commissioner (later with Carter administration) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0244

Interview A-0245

Georgia: Raines, Howell: Reporter #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0245

Interview A-0246

Georgia: Rowan, Bobby: State senator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0246

Interview A-0247, A-0248

Georgia: Shipp, Bill: Metropolis editor, Atlanta Constitution #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0247, A-0248

Interview A-0249

Louisiana: Feldman: Martin (#): Political activist, New Orleans #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0249

Interview A-0250

Louisiana: Ferguson: Charlie: Editorial page editor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0250

Interview A-0249

Louisiana: Marcus: Bernard (#): Political activist, New Orleans #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0249

Interview A-0251

Louisiana: Martzell: John: Aide to Governor John McKeithan #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0251

Interview A-0252

Mississippi: Adams, John Q.: Director, Mississippi Institute of Politics #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0252

Interview A-0253

Mississippi: DeCell, Herman (#): State senator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0253

Interview A-0254

Mississippi: McLemore, Leslie: Political scientist, Jackson State University #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0254

Interview A-0253

Mississippi: Purvis, Perrin (#): State senator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0253

Interview A-0255

Mississippi: Roberts, Nick: Aide to Congressman David Bown (with Marvin Collins of Texas) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0255

Interview A-0256

Mississippi: Winter, William: Lieutenant governor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0256

Interview A-0257-1

North Carolina: Alexander, Fred (#): City council, Charlotte #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0257-1

North Carolina: Bailey, Allen: Lawyer, Charlotte #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0257-1

Interview A-0257-2

North Carolina: Fox, Herman (#): Chair, Greensboro Citizens' Committee #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0257-2

Interview A-0258

North Carolina: Doster, Joe: Winston-Salem Journal #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0258

Interview A-0259

North Carolina: Holshouser, James: Governor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0259

Interview A-0260

North Carolina: Parker, Roy: Editor, Fayetteville Times #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0260

Interview A-0261

North Carolina: Patterson, Jane: Official, Women's Caucus #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0261

Interview A-0262

North Carolina: Smith, McNeill: State senator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0262

Interview A-0263

South Carolina: Baggett, Julius: Legislator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0263

Interview A-0264

South Carolina: Bessinger, Maurice: Former chair, state Independent Party #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0264

Interview A-0265

South Carolina: Dennis, Rembert: State senator #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0265

Interview A-0266, A-0267

South Carolina: Fowler, Donald: Chair, state Democratic Party #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0266, A-0267

Interview A-0268

South Carolina: Harvey, Brantley: Lieutenant governor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0268

Interview A-0269

South Carolina: Howe, Gedney: Political strategist #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0269

Interview A-0270

South Carolina: Johnson, I. S. Leevy #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0270

Interview A-0271

South Carolina: McNair, Robert (#): Former governor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0271

South Carolina: Cain, C. Marshall (#): Republican Minority leader, South Carolina House #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0271

Interview A-0272

South Carolina: Morris, Earle: Former lieutenant governor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0272

Interview A-0273

South Carolina: Redfern, James: President, Black-on-Nation #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0273

Interview A-0274

South Carolina: Rone, William and Wickenburg, Charles (#): Editorial writers, The State #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0274

Interview A-0275

South Carolina: Sapp, Joe: Political strategist #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0275

Interview A-0276

South Carolina: Stoudemire, Robert: Director, University of South Carolina Bureau of Government Research #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0276

Interview A-0277

South Carolina: Glenn, Terrell: Former United States attorney #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0277

Interview A-0278

South Carolina: Waring, Thomas: Newspaper editor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0278

Interview A-0279, A-0280

South Carolina: West, John: Former governor #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0279, A-0280

Interview A-0281

South Carolina: Workman, W. D.: Editorial analyst, The State #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0281

Interview A-0282

South Carolina: Zeigler, E. N.: 1972 United States Senate Democratic Party candidate #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0282

Interview A-0283

Tennessee: Casteel, Bill: Political writer, Chattanooga Times #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0283

Interview A-0284

Tennessee: Freeman, J. Leiper: Political scientist, Vanderbilt University #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0284

Interview A-0285

Tennessee: Hall, Jim: Aide to former Senator Albert Gore #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0285

Interview A-0286

Tennessee: Jones, Eddie: Former press secretary to Governor Clement; vice-president, Nashville Chamber of Commerce #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0286

Interview A-0287

Tennessee: Morrell, Ken: Editor, Nashville Banner #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0287

Interview A-0288

Tennessee: Nixon, John (#): Lawyer, political reporter, Nashville #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0288

Interview A-0289

Tennessee: O'Brien, Anna Belle: Sister and former administrative assistant to Governor Frank Clement #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0289

Interview A-0288

Tennessee: Thomas, DanFord (#): Political reporter, Nashville #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0288

Tennessee: Travis, Fred (#): Political reporter, Nashville #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0288

Interview A-0290

Texas: Byers, Bo: Editor, Houston Chronicle #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0290

Interview A-0291

Texas: Chriss, Nick: Houston bureau chief, Los Angeles Times #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0291

Interview A-0255

Texas: Collins, Marvin (#): Aide to Congressman Aan Steelman (with Nick Roberts, Mississippi) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0255

Interview A-0292

Texas: Ford, Jon: Political editor, Austin American #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0292

Interview A-0293

Texas: Heller, Robert: Political consultant #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0293

Interview A-0294

Texas: Ivins, Molly: Associate editor, Texas Observer #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0294

Interview A-0295

Texas: Timberlake, Lewis: President, Decision Dynamics #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0295

Interview A-0296

Texas: Washington, Craig: State representative #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0296

Interview A-0297

Virginia: Blackford, Staige: Former press secretary to Linwood Holton #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0297

Interview A-0298

Virginia: Boone, Ray: Editor, Richmond Afro-American #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0298

Interview A-0299

Virginia: Buchanan, William (#): Professor of political science, Washington and Lee University #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0299

Interview A-0300

Virginia: Carico, Mel: Political writer #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0300

Interview A-0301

Virginia: Carper, Julien: President, Virginia AFL-CIO #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0301

Interview A-0302

Virginia: Dewar, Helen: Richmond correspondent, Washington Post #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0302

Interview A-0303

Virginia: Friddell, Guy (#): Editorial writer, Norfolk Virginian-Pilot #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0303

Interview A-0299

Virginia: Gilliam, W. McClure (#): Political science professor, VMI #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0299

Interview A-0304

Virginia: Howard, Dick: Law professor; staff director, Virginia Constitutional Revision Commission #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0304

Interview A-0305

Virginia: Latimer, James: Political editor, Richmond Times- Dispatch #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0305

Interview A-0306

Virginia: Sabato, Larry: Former aide to Henry Howell #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0306

Interview A-0303

Virginia: Tazewell, William: Editorial writer, Norfolk Virginian-Pilot #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0303

Interview A-0307

Virginia: Wilkinson, Jay: Law professor, University of Virginia #04007, Subseries: "A.1.2. Appendix." Interview A-0307

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse A.1.3. Additional Interviews.

37 items.

Interviews marked with an plus sign (+) are available on microfilm. Interviews marked with a number sign (#) share a tape with another interview. Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted. Interview numbers are not necessarily in sequence, and some may be missing.

Interview A-0308

Bond, Julian (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0308

Interview A-0309-1

Carter, Margaret, 25 October 1975 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0309-1

Interview A-0309-2

Carter, Margaret, 9 April 1976 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0309-2

Interview A-0310

Carter, Rex Lyle #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0310

Interview A-0311-1

Dabney, Virginius, June 1975 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0311-1

Interview A-0311-2

Dabney, Virginius, July 1975 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0311-2

Interview A-0312, A-0313

Daniels, Jonathan Worth #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0312, A-0313

Interview A-0314, A-0316

Ervin, Sam #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0314, A-0316

Interview A-0317

Eure, Thad (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0317

Interview A-0318

Evans, Martha #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0318

Interview A-0319

Folsom, James #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0319

Interview A-0320

Gill, Edwin (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0320

Interview A-0321-1

Gore, Albert, 13 March 1976 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0321-1

Interview A-0321-2

Gore, Albert, 24 October 1976 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0321-2

Interview A-0322

Long, Russell #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0322

Interview A-0323

Maverick, Maury #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0323

Interview A-0324

McKay, Martha #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0324

Interview A-0325

Pepper, Claude (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0325

Interview A-0326

Ponder, Zeno #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0326

Interview A-0327-1

Sanford, Terry, 15 May 1971 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0327-1

Interview A-0327-2

Sanford, Terry, 1 March 1972 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0327-2

Interview A-0328-1

Sanford, Terry, 14 May 1976 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0328-1

Interview A-0328-2

Sanford, Terry, 20 August 1976 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0328-2

Interview A-0329

Scott, Ralph #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0329

Interview A-0330

Seigenthaler, John #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0330

Interview A-0331-1

Talmadge, Herman, 15 July 1975 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0331-1

Interview A-0331-2

Talmadge, Herman, 29 July 1975 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0331-2

Interview A-0331-3

Talmadge, Herman, 18 December 1975 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0331-3

Interview A-0334

Thurmond, Strom #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0334

Interview A-0332-1

Waynick, Capus, 4 February 1974 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0332-1

Interview A-0332-2

Waynick, Capus, 24 November 1974 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0332-2

Interview A-0333-1

Wright, L. M., 1 April 1974 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0333-1

Interview A-0333-2

Wright, L. M., 15 October 1975 #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0333-2

Interview A-0358

LeMaistre, George A. #04007, Subseries: "A.1.3. Additional Interviews." Interview A-0358

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991.

35 items.

These interviews were conducted in late 1990 and early 1991 by John Egerton as part of the research for a book on the post-World War II era and the opportunities that era presented for positive action on civil rights. Many interviews are with individuals who were involved in various ways in the civil rights struggle. In the interviews, Egerton focused on the interviewees' careers between 1945 and 1950 and their opinions of various individuals, institutions, and events. Some topics covered extensively include the New Deal and Franklin Roosevelt, the University of North Carolina and Frank Graham, the Southern Conference for Human Welfare, and the Brown decision. Researchers should note that, at times, much of the discussion concerns Egerton's thesis about the time period and the interviewee's reaction to that thesis.

Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted. Interview numbers are not necessarily in sequence, and some may be missing.

Interview A-0335

Jones, Charles M.: Presbyterian minister; founder of the Community Church of Chapel Hill, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0335

Interview A-0336

Dabney, Virginius: Newspaper editor; author of Liberalism in the South #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0336

Interview A-0337

Durr, Virginia: Civil rights advocate #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0337

Interview A-0338

Coleman, James P.: Governor and attorney general of Mississippi #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0338

Interview A-0339

Franklin, John Hope: History professor at Duke University; first African-American president of the Southern Historical Association #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0339

Interview A-0340

Hamilton, Grace: Civil rights advocate #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0340

Interview A-0341

Woodward, C. Vann: Historian #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0341

Interview A-0342

Beech, Gould: Journalist #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0342

Interview A-0343

Collins, LeRoy: Florida governor; legislator #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0343

Interview A-0344

Heard, Alexander: Former dean of the Graduate School, UNC; political science professor #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0344

Interview A-0345

Johnson, Guy B.: Sociologist; former director of the Southern Regional Council #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0345

Interview A-0346

Stoney, George: Filmmaker #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0346

Interview A-0347

Talmadge, Herman: Governor of Georgia #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0347

Interview A-0348

Ray, Edgar: Journalist #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0348

Interview A-0349

Bates, Daisy: Civil rights activist in Arkansas around the time of the Brown decision #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0349

Interview A-0350

Carter, Betty: Wife of Hodding Carter, journalist of Mississippi and Louisiana #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0350

Interview A-0351

Johnson, Lyman: African-American teacher and civil rights advocate in postwar Louisville, Ky. #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0351

Interview A-0352

McMath, Sid: Governor of Arkansas in the late 1940s and early 1950s #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0352

Interview A-0353

Ashmore, Harry: Author of books about race relations in the South #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0353

Interview A-0354

Kennedy, Stetson: Author of books about race relations and about the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacist organizations #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0354

Interview A-0355

Popham, John: Journalist #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0355

Interview A-0356

Simkins, Modjeska: Journalist and civil rights activist #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0356

Interview A-0357

Walker, Margaret: African-American author and activist #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0357

Interview A-0359

Griffin, John: Author and activist on race relations and other social issues in the 1940s and 1950s #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0359

Interview A-0360

Ivey, John: Sociologist active in race issues in the 1940s and 1950s #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0360

Interview A-0361

Lewis, Hylan: African-American economist/sociologist and author active in race relations in the 1930s and 1940s #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0361

Interview A-0362

Emerson, William: Journalist during the 1940s and 1950s in Atlanta #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0362

Interview A-0363

Fleming, Harold: Active member of the Civil Rights movement, journalist in Atlanta at the time of the Brown decision #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0363

Interview A-0364

Gordon, William: African-American journalist and civil rights advocate from Mississippi #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0364

Interview A-0365

Kytle, Calvin: Columbia, S.C., native and political activist Calvin Kytle and wife Elizabeth #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0365

Interview A-0366

Duke, Daniel: Former assistant district attorney of Atlanta, Ga. #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0366

Interview A-0367

Wyatt, Wilson: Lawyer and former mayor of Louisville, Ky. #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0367

Interview A-0368

Arnall, Ellis (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0368

Interview A-0369

Dykeman, Wilma (*) #04007, Subseries: "A.2. Southern Liberalism, 1990-1991." Interview A-0369

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997.

61 items.

These interviews are part of a North Carolina politics project begun in 1994 aimed at understanding how North Carolinians have dealt with the changes that have transformed the state since the Great Depression. The overarching themes of the interviews are the realignment in North Carolina party politics and the Republican reemergence; the evolution of African American political activity in North Carolina since the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965; the evolution of women's political activity in North Carolina since the 1960s; and the centrality of cultural and social politics in the state's political contests and debates in the same time period.

These projects were launched with a gift from Walter Royal Davis which enabled the Southern Oral History Program and the Academic Affairs Library to establish the Davis Oral History Fund. The other projects focus on University history; women's leadership and grassroots activism; business history; the broadcast media; and memory and community studies.

Project coordinator for the North Carolina politics project was William Link of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The majority of the interviews were conducted by Joseph Mosnier, a graduate student in history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews were conducted by Jonathan Houghton as part of his dissertation research on the history of the Republican Party in North Carolina or by Howard Covington and Marion Ellis.

The overarching themes of the interviews, particularly those by Mosnier, are (a) the realignment in North Carolina party politics and the Republican reemergence; (b) the evolution of African American political activity in North Carolina since the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965; (c) the evolution of women's political activity in North Carolina since the 1960s; and (d) the centrality of cultural and social politics in the state's political contests and debates in the same time period.

Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted. Interview numbers are not necessarily in sequence, and some may be missing. Interviews are not in alphabetical order.

Interview A-0370

Barnes, Anne Craig: North Carolina state representative; Orange County commissioner; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0370

Interview A-0371

Blue, Daniel Terry: First African American speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0371

Interview A-0372

Bowie, Joanne Walker (*): North Carolina state representative; member, Greensboro City Council; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0372

Interview A-0373

Clayton, Eva M.: United States representative, 1st Congressional District of North Carolina; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0373

Interview A-0374

Cochrane, Betsy Lane (*): North Carolina state senator; Republican; 1995-1996 Minority Leader of North Carolina Senate #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0374

Interview A-0375

Colton, Marie Watters: North Carolina state representative; Democrat, Speaker Pro-Tem of North Carolina House, 1991-1994 #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0375

Interview A-0376

Erwin, Richard C.: Senior judge, United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0376

Interview A-0377

Frye, Henry Ell (*): Associate justice, North Carolina Supreme Court #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0377

Interview A-0378

Gardner, James Carson: Lieutenant governor of North Carolina; United States representative; Republican; co-founder of Hardee's #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0378

Interview A-0379

Graham, James A.: North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0379

Interview A-0380

Hawkins, Reginald Armistice: Civil rights activist #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0380

Interview A-0381

Herzenberg, Joseph A.: Chapel Hill Town Council member #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0381

Interview A-0382

Holshouser, James E. (*): Governor of North Carolina, 1973-1977; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0382

Interview A-0383

Hyde, Herbert: North Carolina state senator; North Carolina state representative; chair, North Carolina Democratic Party #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0383

Interview A-0384

Lake, I. Beverly (*): Associate justice, Supreme Court of North Carolina; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0384

Interview A-0385

Lee, Howard Nathaniel: North Carolina state senator; North Carolina Secretary of Natural and Economic Resources; mayor of Chapel Hill; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0385

Interview A-0386

Love, Patricia Stanford: District court judge; North Carolina state representative; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0386

Interview A-0387

Martin, James G.: Governor of North Carolina; United States Representative; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0387

Interview A-0388

Martin, William N.: North Carolina state senator, Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0388

Interview A-0389, A-0390

Mavretic, Josephus Lyman (*): North Carolina state representative; speaker, North Carolina. House of Representatives, 1989-1990 #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0389, A-0390

Interview A-0391

McCain, Betty Ray: Secretary, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0391

Interview A-0392, A-0393

Michaux, H. M.: North Carolina state representative; United States attorney for Middle District of North Carolina #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0392, A-0393

Interview A-0394

Morgan, Robert: United States senator; North Carolina attorney general; North Carolina state senator #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0394

Interview A-0395

Vinroot, Richard A.: Mayor of Charlotte, N.C.; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0395

Interview A-0396

Warren, Lindsay Carter (*): North Carolina state senator; attorney; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0396

Interview A-0397

Watt, Melvin Luther: United States representative, 12th Congressional District of North Carolina; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0397

Interview A-0398

Winner, Leslie J. (*): North Carolina state senator #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0398

Interview A-0399

Winters, John W.: North Carolina state senator; member, North Carolina Utilities Commission; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0399

Interview A-0400

Kennedy, Annie Brown: North Carolina state representative; attorney; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0400

Interview A-0401

Heineman, Fred: United States representative, 4th Congressional District of North Carolina; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0401

Interview A-0402

Galifianakis, Nick (*): United States representative, 4th District of North Carolina, 1966-1972; attorney; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0402

Interview A-0403

Nelson, Michael R.: Mayor of Carrboro, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0403

Interview A-0404

Privette, Coy C.: North Carolina state representative; Baptist minister; leader of Christian Action League and Baptist State Convention #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0404

Interview A-0405, A-0420

Hawke, Russell Jackson (Jack): Political consultant; chair of North Carolina Republican Party #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0405, A-0420

Interview A-0406

Hurley, Marshall (*): Attorney; Republican; aide to Congressman Howard Coble #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0406

Interview A-0407

Shaw, Robert G. (*): North Carolina state senator; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0407

Interview A-0408, A-0409

Bennett, Thomas S. (*): North Carolina state legislator; North Carolina Republican Party chair #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0408, A-0409

Interview A-0410

Guillory, Ferrel: Political analyst; journalist #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0410

Interview A-0411

Taylor, H. Patrick, Jr. (*): North Carolina lieutenant governor; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0411

Interview A-0412

Baley, James Major, Jr. (*): Judge, North Carolina Court of Appeals; United States attorney for Western District of North Carolina; Republican Party chair; North Carolina state representative #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0412

Interview A-0413

Harris, Robert Bruce (Bob) (*): Congressional Club staff member #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0413

Interview A-0414

Lee, Jackson F. (Jack): Mayor of Fayetteville; N.C.; North Carolina state senator; North Carolina state representative; North Carolina Republican Party chair #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0414

Interview A-0415

Simpson, Daniel Reid (*): North Carolina state senator; North Carolina state representative; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0415

Interview A-0416

Broyhill, James T.: United States senator; United States representative; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0416

Interview A-0417

DeLapp, Sim Alexander: Chair, North Carolina Christian Coalition; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0417

Interview A-0418

Flaherty, David Thomas: Secretary, North Carolina Employment Security Commission, 1985-1987; secretary, North Carolina Department of Human Resources, 1987-1992; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0418

Interview A-0419

Flaherty, David Thomas #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0419

Interview A-0421

Rouse, Frank: North Carolina Republican Party chair, 1971-1973 #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0421

Interview A-0422, A-0423

Wrenn, Carter (*): Director, National Conservative Club; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0422, A-0423

Interview A-0424

Easterling, Ruth: North Carolina state representative; Democrat #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0424

Interview A-0425

Beatty, Debra C.: Republican; active in Republican women's organizations including After Hours Republican Women and North Carolina Federation of Republican Women #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0425

Interview A-0426, A-0427

Coble, J. Howard: United States representative, 1985- ; Republican #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0426, A-0427

Interview A-0428, A-0429

Presser, Dorothy A. (*): Republican; president, E. J. Presser & Co., an advertising agency in Charlotte, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0428, A-0429

Interview A-0430

Ward, Hiram H.: Republican; United States District Court judge #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0430

Interview A-0431

Horton, Hamilton C., Jr.: Republican; North Carolina state representative; North Carolina state senator #04007, Subseries: "A.3. North Carolina Politics, 1995-1997." Interview A-0431

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse B. Individual Biographies.

117 items.

This series contains recordings of biographical interviews conducted by the staff of the SOHP and others, intended to address the contemporary dearth of personal letters and diaries written by notable citizens. Interviews with educators, business leaders, political activists, professional workers, authors, and artists, as well as with homemakers, tobacco workers, and domestic servants, are included. Although biographical in nature, the interviews may also concentrate on specific events or periods in which the respondent was involved. In some cases there is more than one interview with a given individual, each relating to a different aspect of his or her career. Included is a series of interviews relating to African-American communist Hosea Hudson.

The collection of biographical interviews is an ongoing project of the Southern Oral History Program. This project seeks to restore the balance personal letters and diaries, which are becoming increasingly scarce, once brought to the public record, by interviewing notable men and women in North Carolina and the southern region. Interviews with educators, business leaders, political activists, professional workers, and authors and artists are included in this series.

The interviews have been conducted by the program staff and by students and faculty whose research in southern history utilized oral sources. The interviews are biographical in nature, although they may concentrate on specific events or periods within the lifetime of the respondent. In some cases there is more than one interview with an individual, each covering a different aspect of his or her career. A biographical sketch is often filed with each interview, or with the first interview if there are several for one individual.

Because this is an open-ended series and additions are added as they are transferred, there is no uniform arrangement for the entire series.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse B.1. Individual Biographies: General.

77 items.

Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted.

Interview B-0001

Blackwell, Gordon (photograph available: P-4007/B-1) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0001

Interview B-0002

Coles, Robert #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0002

Interview B-0003

Forman, Clark (+): 3 interviews #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0003

Interview B-0004-1

Graham, Frank Porter, 9 June 1962 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0004-1

Interview B-0004-2, B-0004-3

Graham, Frank Porter, 10 June 1962 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0004-2, B-0004-3

Interview B-0004-4

Graham, Frank Porter, 11 June 1962 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0004-4

Interview B-0004-5, B-0004-6

Graham, Frank Porter, 12 June 1962 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0004-5, B-0004-6

Interview B-0005-1

Green, Paul Eliot (+), 5 March 1975 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0005-1

Interview B-0005-2

Green, Paul Eliot (+), 7 May 1975 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0005-2

Interview B-0005-3

Green, Paul Eliot (+), 30 May 1975 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0005-3

Interview B-0005-4

Green, Paul Eliot (+), 8 February 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0005-4

Interview B-0005-5

Green, Paul Eliot (+), February 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0005-5

Interview B-0005-6

Green, Paul Eliot (+), March 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0005-6

Interview B-0005-7, B-0005-8

Green, Paul Eliot (+), February-March 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0005-7, B-0005-8

Interview B-0006

Johnson, Guy Benton (*) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0006

Interview B-0007-1

Kester, Howard, 22 July 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0007-1

Interview B-0007-2

Kester, Howard, 25 August 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0007-2

Interview B-0008

McPherson, Holt #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0008

Interview B-0009-1

Raper, Arthur, 29 January 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0009-1

Interview B-0009-2

Raper, Arthur, 30 January 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0009-2

Interview B-0009-3

Raper, Arthur, 23 April 1971 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0009-3

Interview B-0010

Roodenko, Igal #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0010

Interview B-0011-1

Russell, Charles Phillips, 12 February 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0011-1

Interview B-0011-2

Russell, Charles Phillips, 28 November 1973 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0011-2

Interview B-0011-3

Russell, Charles Phillips, 18 November 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0011-3

Interview B-0012

Seeman, Ernest #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0012

Interview B-0013

Tams, William P. #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0013

Interview B-0014-1

Wilson, Louis Round, 28 March 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0014-1

Interview B-0014-2

Wilson, Louis Round, 26 September 1972 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0014-2

Interview B-0015

Clark, Jim (*) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0015

Interview B-0016

Couch, William Terry: 3 interviews #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0016

Interview B-0017

Durr, Clifford #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0017

Interview B-0018

Duty, Elaine Tiller #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0018

Interview B-0019

Furman, Alester G.: Photographs available (P-4007/B-19a,b) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0019

Interview B-0020

Johnson, Guy Benton #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0020

Interview B-0021

Kennedy, John Lyon (*) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0021

Interview B-0022

Long, Stuart (*) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0022

Interview B-0023

Mitchell, Broadus byDan Singal #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0023

Interview B-0024

Mitchell, Broadus by Mary Frederickson #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0024

Interview B-0025

Moore, Herman #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0025

Interview B-0026-1, B-0026-2

Pratt, Joseph Gaither (*), 20 May 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0026-1, B-0026-2

Interview B-0026-3

Pratt, Joseph Gaither (*), 10 June 1975 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0026-3

Interview B-0027

Pritchett, Laurie #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0027

Interview B-0028

Rainey, Lawrence #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0028

Interview B-0029

Raper, Arthur #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0029

Interview B-0030-1

Vance, Rupert, 3 September 1970 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0030-1

Interview B-0030-2

Vance, Rupert, 15 November 1973 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0030-2

Interview B-0031

Wright, Marion byArnold Shankman #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0031

Interview B-0032

Wright, Marion byArnold Shankman and Pam Zagaroli #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0032

Interview B-0033

Wright, Marion byAnn Yarborough #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0033

Interview B-0034

Wright, Marion byJacquelyn Hall #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0034

Interview B-0046

Murphy, William Beverly: Transcript only; in bound volume, Fifty Active Years: 1928-1978 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0046

Interview B-0047

Cagle, Ernest: Doffer, Loray Mill, Gastonia, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0047

Interview B-0048

Lassiter, Wimpy: North Carolina professional pool player (interview withdrawn, 1989) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0048

Interview B-0049

Moore, Daniel Killian: North Carolina governor and state supreme court justice #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0049

Interview B-0050

Morris, Naomi E.: Chief justice, North Carolina Court of Appeals #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0050

Interview B-0051

Morrison, Fred Wilson: High school teacher and principal, New Bern and Chapel Hill, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0051

Interview B-0052

Scales, Junius Irving: Former head of North Carolina and South Carolina Communist Party #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0052

Interview B-0053

Sharp, Susie M.: Chief justice, North Carolina Supreme Court #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0053

Interview B-0054-1

Shute, J. Raymond: Businessman; North Carolina state senator; mayor of Monroe, N.C.: 25 June 1982 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0054-1

Interview B-0054-2

Shute, J. Raymond: Businessman; North Carolina state senator; mayor of Monroe, N.C.: 30 May 1980 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0054-2

Interview B-0055

Smith, Mattie: Textile mill worker, Saxapahaw, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0055

Interview B-0055

Smith, Greef: Textile mill worker, Saxapahaw, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0055

Interview B-0056

Straley, Joseph W.: Professor of physics, University of North Carolina #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0056

Interview B-0057

Vick, Ruth: Secretary-treasurer, Southern Regional Council, Atlanta #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0057

Interview B-0058

Williams, Jim Baber: Clerk and manager, company store, Saxapahaw, N.C.; salesman, Mishawaka #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0058

Interview B-0075

Guthrie, Paul Newman: Labor arbitrator; professor, School of Business Administration, UNC-Chapel Hill #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0075

Interview B-0076

Columb, Doris W.: Member of citizens' review committee on textbook case (Textbook Censorship in Charleston, W.Va.) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0076

Interview B-0077

Horan, Marvin: Pastor, denomination not specified (Textbook Censorship in Charleston, W.Va.) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0077

Interview B-0078

Kinsolving, Matthew M.: President, Kanawha County School Board (Textbook Censorship in Charleston, W.Va.) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0078

Interview B-0079

Moore, Alice W.: Member, Kanawha County School Board (Textbook Censorship in Charleston, W.Va.) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0079

Interview B-0080

Stump, F. Douglas: Member, Kanawha County School Board (Textbook Censorship in Charleston, W.Va.) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0080

Interview B-0081

Walters, Hill [?] (*): Pastor, denomination not specified (Textbook Censorship in Charleston, W.Va.) #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0081

Interview B-0082/1,2,3

Green, Archie (*): Recorded in Chapel Hill, N.C., 15 November 1979 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0082/1,2,3

Johnson, Guy B. (*): Recorded in Chapel Hill, N.C., 15 November 1979 #04007, Subseries: "B.1. Individual Biographies: General." Interview B-0082/1,2,3

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse B.2. Interviews with a Special Focus.

40 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project.

12 items.

Some of these interviews were conducted by Michael O'Brien as part of his research for The Idea of the American South (1978). A review of O'Brien's book from The State (Columbia, S.C.) is filed with the accession record and is available upon request.

Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted.

Interview B-0035

Carter, W. Horace #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0035

Interview B-0036

Couch, William Terry: Tape only #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0036

Interview B-0037

Coulter, E. Merton: Tape only #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0037

Interview B-0038

Davis, Lambert: Tape only #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0038

Interview B-0039

Graham, Frank Porter: Tape only #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0039

Interview B-0040-1

Green, Paul: Tape only, 20 November 1974 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0040-1

Interview B-0040-2

Green, Paul: Tape only, 1 December 1975 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0040-2

Interview B-0041

Jones, Charles #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0041

Interview B-0042

Lytle, Andrew (*): Tape only #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0042

Interview B-0043

Murphy, William #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0043

Interview B-0044

Newman, I. DeQuincy (*): Tape only #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0044

Interview B-0045

Parris, John (*) #04007, Subseries: "B.2.1. Idea of the American South Project." Interview B-0045

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse B.2.2. Racial Violence in Wilmington Project.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse B.2.3. African Americans in Durham Project.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project.

10 items.

Interviews conducted in 1974 and 1975 by William Moye with Charlotte, N.C., politicians for Moye's dissertation in history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Interview B-0065

Alexander, Frederick Douglas: State senator; former city councilman #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0065

Interview B-0066

Bailey, Allen A.: Lawyer; president, State Baptist Convention #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0066

Interview B-0067

Brookshire, Stanford Raynold: Former mayor; former president, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0067

Interview B-0068

Fleming, J. Carlton: Lawyer; former president, Central Charlotte Association #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0068

Interview B-0069

Lowe, Charles M.: Mecklenburg County commissioner #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0069

Interview B-0070

McDuffie, James D.: State senator; former city councilman #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0070

Interview B-0071

Pharr, Jones Y.: Chair, Mecklenburg County Charter Commission #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0071

Interview B-0072

Ward, William I., Jr.: Lawyer; former assistant United States district attorney #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0072

Interview B-0073

Whittington, James B.: City councilman; mayor pro tem; former president, North Carolina League of Municipalities #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0073

Interview B-0074

Wicker, Warren J.: Professor, Institute of Government, UNC-Chapel Hill; staff director for Mecklenburg Charter Commission #04007, Subseries: "B.2.4. Politicians in Charlotte Project." Interview B-0074

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11 items.

Tapes, transcripts, and other materials relating to Hosea Hudson (1898- ), African-American Communist Party member, labor organizer, and author of Black Worker in the Deep South (1972). The tapes were recorded and transcribed, 1976-1978, by Nell Irvin Painter, in connection with The Narrative of Hosea Hudson: His Life as a Negro Communist in the South (Harvard University Press, 1979), which covers Hudson's life from 1917 to 1947. Tapes B-83/1-70 are interviews with Hosea Hudson, B-83/71 is a recording of a talk he gave at the University of Pennsylvania in 1977, and B-83/72-80 are interviews in which Painter discusses Hudson with others. Five folders of supplemental materials (Folders B-83/i-iv) and three photographs (Images P-4007/B-83a-c) are also available.

Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted.

Folder B-83-i

Hudson's FBI file, 1941-1949 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Folder B-83-i

Folder B-83-ii

Two narratives by Hudson. #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Folder B-83-ii

Folder B-83-iii

A narrative by Al Murphy documenting his early life in Georgia and Alabama and subsequent career as a southern black communist #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Folder B-83-iii

Folder B-83-iv

Correspondence relating to the editing and publication of The Narrative of Hosea Hudson #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Folder B-83-iv

Image P-4007/B-83a

Hosea Hudson and family #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." P-4007/B-83a

Image P-4007/B-83b

Hosea Hudson, Philadelphia, 1934 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." P-4007/B-83b

Image P-4007/B-83c

Al Murphy, 1977 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." P-4007/B-83c

Interview B-0083/1-70

B-0083/1

B-0083/2

B-0083/3

B-0083/4

B-0083/5

B-0083/6

B-0083/7

B-0083/8

B-0083/9

B-0083/10

B-0083/11

B-0083/12

B-0083/13

B-0083/14

B-0083/15

B-0083/16

B-0083/17

B-0083/18

B-0083/19

B-0083/20

B-0083/21

B-0083/22

B-0083/23

B-0083/24

B-0083/25

B-0083/26

B-0083/27

B-0083/28

B-0083/29

B-0083/30

B-0083/31

B-0083/32

B-0083/33

B-0083/34

B-0083/35

B-0083/36

B-0083/37

B-0083/38

B-0083/39

B-0083/40

B-0083/41

B-0083/42

B-0083/43

B-0083/44

B-0083/45

B-0083/46

B-0083/47

B-0083/48

B-0083/49

B-0083/50

B-0083/51

B-0083/52

B-0083/53

B-0083/54

B-0083/55

B-0083/56

B-0083/57

B-0083/58

B-0083/59

B-0083/60

B-0083/61

B-0083/62

B-0083/63

B-0083/64

B-0083/65

B-0083/66

B-0083/67

B-0083/68

B-0083/69

B-0083/70

Hudson, Hosea: Transcripts available for tapes 2,12-50, 52-55, 61-64, 66, and 70; tapes 51 and 52A are chiefly folk and work songs sung by Hudson and others #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Interview B-0083/1-70

Interview B-0083/71

Hudson, Hosea: Talk at the University of Pennsylvania, 13 October 1977 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Interview B-0083/71

Interview B-0083/72, B-0083/73

Aptheker, Herbert (*): New York City, 29 June 1977 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Interview B-0083/72, B-0083/73

Interview B-0083/74, B-0083/75

Communist Party members (*): Henry Winston, James Jackson, and others, New York City, 28 Sept. 1977 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Interview B-0083/74, B-0083/75

Interview B-0083/76

Davis, Sally (*): Birmingham, Ala., 17 October 1976 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Interview B-0083/76

Interview B-0083/77, B-0083/78

Farr, Reuben (*): St. Clair County, Ala., 8 January 1978 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Interview B-0083/77, B-0083/78

Interview B-0083/79, B-0083/80

William, Claude (*): Pelham, Ala., 11 October 1976 #04007, Subseries: "B.2.5. Hosea Hudson Project." Interview B-0083/79, B-0083/80

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1 item.

Interview conducted by Alicia Rouverol as a final project in a women's history course, 1991.

Interview B-0084

Butler, Alice Ingraham Jett: Teacher and civic leader of Reedville, Va. #04007, Subseries: "B.2.6. Women's History Course Project." Interview B-0084

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369 items.

Materials are part of an on-going project to interview men and women in North Carolina who have made significant contributions to business, the arts, education, and politics. Among the interviews are those generated by the following projects: (C.2) Bruce Kalk's interviews on religion and politics in North Carolina; (C.3) Mary Virginia Jones's project on the development of Research Triangle Park; (C.4) the Pearsall Project on the Pearsall Plan for school desegregation in North Carolina; (C.5) the Kenan Project on the life of William Rand Kenan and the Kenan family; (C.6) the Women in Politics Project centering on female legislators, mayors, judges, and state administrators; (C.7) the Raleigh Roots Project, conducted by the Raleigh Historic Properties Commission, focusing on Raleigh's African American community and significant architecture within that community; (C.8) the University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project interviews with prominent North Carolina attorneys and judges; (C.9) Ben F. Bulla's B. Everett Jordan Project, which resulted in a book on Jordan's life in politics and the textile industry; (C.10) the Wildacres Leadership Initiative Project, 1998-2000, conducted as part of the Friday Fellows Leadership Interview Project by the Wildacres Leadership Initiative; (C.11) interviews with Henry Toole Clark, conducted by Frances Weaver between 1990 and 1998, about his life and career developing and administering regional medical programs, including his tenure as director of the Division of Health Affairs, University of North Carolina; (C.12) Thomas P. Freeman's recordings of his parents, L. E. M. (Lemuel Elmer MacMillan) Freeman and Katharine Parker Freeman of Raleigh, N.C., focusing on their lives and religion (Baptist), as well as songs and stories from South Carolina; (C.13) the Jesse Helms Documentary Project, with videotaped interviews exploring former North Carolina United States Senator Helms's childhood, family life, and political career; (C.14) Barbara C. Allen's recordings of her mother, Ethelene McCabe Allen, focusing on her life as a woman in rural Johnston and Wayne counties, N.C., and discussing education, travels, Southern Baptists, and other topics; and (C.15) Jack Fleer's series of interviews with five recent North Carolina governors.

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83 items.

Interviews marked with an asterisk (*) are closed or restricted.

Interview C-0070

Baley, James M., Jr.: Republican Party leader, 22 November 1988 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0070

Interview C-0313

Banner, Bill (*), 10 October 1997 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0313

Interview C-0049

Barnes, Anne: Civil rights worker; Democratic Party worker; Orange County commissioner; Orange County representative to North Carolina House of Representatives, 30 January 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0049

Interview C-0032

Barringer, Osmond L.: Journalist; columnist on gardening for the News and Observer , 20 March 1987 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0032

Interview C-0001

Bernstein, Edward: Economist; UNC-Chapel Hill professor, 1930s, 14-23 November 1983 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0001

Interview C-0030

Burgwyn, W. H. S.: Lawyer; North Carolina superior court judge; bank president, 8 July 1974 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0030

Interview C-0343

Cameron, C. C.: Businessman, 21 July 2010 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0343

Interview C-0344

Cameron, C. C.: Businessman, 26 July 2010 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0344

Interview C-0345

Cameron, C. C.: Businessman, 11 August 2010 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0345

Interview C-0346

Cameron, C. C.: Businessman, 18 August 2010 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0346

Interview C-0088

Cecil, William A. V.: Owner and operator of the Biltmore Estate, Asheville, N.C., 22 September 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0088

Interview C-0031

Clement, Josephine: Civic leader, Durham, 19 June 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0031

Clement, William: Life insurance executive, Durham, 19 June 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0031

Interview C-0002

Cone, Ben: Textile executive, Cone Mills, 28 July 1981 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0002

Interview C-0003

Cone, Ben: Textile executive, Cone Mill, 7 January 1983 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0003

Interview C-0048

Cone, Bonnie E.: Teacher; college administrator; among the founders of Charlotte College (later the University of North Carolina at Charlotte), 7 January 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0048

Interview C-0002

Cone, Ceasar: Textile executive, Cone Mills, 28 July 1981 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0002

Interview C-0004

Crutchfield, Charles: President, Media Communications, Inc.; radio announcer, WBT, Charlotte, 8 January 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0004

Interview C-0039

Davis, Archie: CEO, Wachovia Bank and Trust Company; president, United States Chamber of Commerce and the American Bankers Association; Civil War historian, 19 May 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0039

Interview C-0028

Easley, Eleanor (*): Physician; co-founder, Durham Women's Clinic, 25 July 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0028

Interview C-0033

Edmisten, Rufus L.: North Carolina Attorney General; gubernatorial candidate, 1984, 15 July 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0033

Interview C-0299

Edwards, John: Civil rights activist, Durham, N.C., 30 March 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0299

Interview C-0355

Evans, William McKee: Professor emeritus of history at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; native of Robeson County, N.C.; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate, 14 October 2009 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0355

Interview C-0356

Evans, William McKee: Professor emeritus of history at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; native of Robeson County, N.C.; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate, 7 November 2010 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0356

Interview C-0005, C-0006

Everett, Kathrine R.: Durham attorney; alumna, UNC-Chapel Hill law school, class of 1920, 21 January 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0005, C-0006

Interview C-0007

Finlator, William W.: Minister, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Raleigh; civil rights leader, 19 April 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0007

Interview C-0357

Foushee, Valerie P.: School board member, 26 March 2012 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0357

Interview C-0008

Gantt, Harvey: Mayor, Charlotte, 6 January 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0008

Interview C-0353

Gilmore, Voit: Former North Carolina state senator, 24 April 2004 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0353

Interview C-0354

Gilmore, Voit: Former North Carolina state senator, 6 May 2004 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0354

Interview C-0082

Goodman, Raymond W.: Sheriff of Richmond County, N.C., 14 June 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0082

Interview C-0071

Hardin, Paul, Jr.: Methodist minister; Methodist bishop; president of the Council of Bishops, 8 December 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0071

Interview C-0009

Harris, S. Philip: Accountant, Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company, 17 December 1984 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0009

Interview C-0087

Hawke, Jack: Chair of the North Carolina Republican Party, 7 June 1990 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0087

Interview C-0047

Hill, George Watts: Banker; farmer; lawyer; active on the boards of the University of North Carolina, Research Triangle Foundation, Research Triangle Institute; among the founders of Research Triangle Park, 30 January 1986 and subsequent dates #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0047

Interview C-0083

Holden, Reuben: President of Warren Wilson College, 23 September 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0083

Interview C-0051

Holderness, Adelaide: Trustee of University of North Carolina at Greensboro; active in volunteer work for community and educational system, 14 April 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0051

Interview C-0052

Holderness, Howard: President of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company, 14 April 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0052

Interview C-0053

Johnson, Junior: Professional race car driver, 4 June 1988 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0053

Interview C-0341

Johnson, William A.: Attorney and judge, 24 April 2007 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0341

Interview C-0311

Jones, Viola B., 29 April 2000 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0311

Interview C-0010

King, Arnold Kimsey: Educator and administrator, University of North Carolina, 10 June 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0010

Interview C-0011

Kreps, Juanita: United States Secretary of Commerce under Jimmy Carter, 17 January 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0011

Interview C-0352

Manly, Lewin, Grandson of Alexander Manly, editor of the Wilmington Daily Record from 1895 to 1898, 19 March 2008 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0352

Interview C-0067

McMillan, James B.: United States District Court judge, who ruled in Charlotte school desegregation cases, 11 October 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0067

Interview C-0347

McSurely, Alan: Civil Rights activist, attorney, 1 January 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0347

Interview C-0348

McSurely, Alan: Civil Rights activist, attorney, 14 February 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0348

Interview C-0349

McSurely, Alan: Civil Rights activist, attorney, 15 February 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0349

Interview C-0350

McSurely, Alan: Civil Rights activist, attorney, 28 February 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0350

Interview C-0351

McSurely, Alan: Civil Rights activist, attorney, 1 March 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0351

Interview C-0342

Miller, George W.: Member of the North Carolina House of Representatives from 1971 to 2000, sponsor of the Equal Rights Admendment,13 July 2009 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0342

Interview C-0358

Pratt, Ella Fountain: Durham Arts Council executive; patron of the arts at Duke University, December 1992 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0358

Interview C-0359

Pratt, Ella Fountain: Durham Arts Council executive; patron of the arts at Duke University, 27 July 1993 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0359

Interview C-0360

Pratt, Ella Fountain: Durham Arts Council executive; patron of the arts at Duke University, 1 February 1993 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0360

Interview C-0361

Pratt, Ella Fountain: Durham Arts Council executive; patron of the arts at Duke University, 19 August 1999 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0361

Interview C-0362

Pratt, Ella Fountain: Durham Arts Council executive; patron of the arts at Duke University, 7 September 1999 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0362

Interview C-0363

Pratt, Ella Fountain: Durham Arts Council executive; patron of the arts at Duke University, 14 September 1999 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0363

Interview C-0364

Pratt, Ella Fountain: Durham Arts Council executive; patron of the arts at Duke University, 17 September 1999 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0364

Interview C-0041

Ragan, Sam: Journalist; Editor, The Pilot; North Carolina poet laureate, 6 March 1987 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0041

Interview C-0297, C-0298

Rivera, Alexander M.: Journalist, photographer, 1 February 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0297, C-0298

Interview C-0040

Rodgers, Eric: Editor, Record and Daily News (Greensboro); leader of the Roanoke River Basin Association; owner and editor of Scotland Neck Commonwealth , 25 April 1987 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0040

Interview C-0038

Sanford, Terry: Former governor of North Carolina; president of Duke University; United States senator from North Carolina, 16 December 1986 and 18 December 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0038

Interview C-0312

Scales, Junius Irving 4-5 April 1998 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0312

Interview C-0036

Scott, Robert: Former governor of North Carolina; president, North Carolina Community College system, 18 September 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0036

Interview C-0045

Semans, Mary Duke (*): Great-granddaughter of Washington Duke, granddaughter of Benjamin Duke; active in Democratic Party politics, philanthropy, and higher education, especially at Duke University, 16 July 1988 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0045

Interview C-0012

Sitterson, J. Carlyle: Chancellor, University of North Carolina, 19 February 1985 and 22 February 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0012

Interview C-0013-1

Spaulding, Asa T.: Executive, North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company, 13 April 1979 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0013-1

Interview C-0013-2

Spaulding, Asa T.: Executive, North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company, 14 April 1979 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0013-2

Interview C-0013-3

Spaulding, Asa T.: Executive, North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company, 16 April 1979 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0013-3

Interview C-0086

Stick, David: North Carolina historian; Outer Banks public official, 16 August 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0086

Interview C-0037

Storrs, Thomas I.: Vice-president, Federal Reserve Bank; CEO, North Carolina National Bank, 25 February 1987 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0037

Interview C-0014

Swalin, Maxine: Organizer of children's concerts for North Carolina Symphony, 25 February 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0014

Interview C-0015, C-0016

Turner, Viola: Treasurer, North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company, 17 April 1979 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0015, C-0016

Interview C-0337

Webb, Mena: Author, Durham, N.C., 26 March 2007 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0337

Interview C-0338

Webb, Mena: Author, Durham, N.C., 2 April 2007 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0338

Interview C-0339

Webb, Mena: Author, Durham, N.C., May 21 2007 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0339

Folder C-l

Webb, Mena: Materials related to interviews C-0337-C-0339, including a copy of Webb's 2008 book, "Out of My Mind." #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Folder C-l

Interview C-0340-1

West, Leroy: Tenant farmer, Kinston, N.C., 23 January 2009 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0340-1

Interview C-0340-2

West, Leroy: Tenant farmer, Kinston, N.C., 24 January 2009 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0340-2

Interview C-0029-1

White, Thomas Jackson: Former North Carolina state senator, 1 January 1985 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0029-1

Interview C-0029-2

White, Thomas Jackson: Former North Carolina state senator, 14 March 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0029-2

Interview C-0072

Wilkinson, John A.: Republican Party leader (NOTE: Wilkinson's "Welcome Home...Or Is the Name the Thing," an informal history of the Republican Party, first published in 1980, is filed with the transcription), 12 February 1989 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0072

Interview C-0300

Williams, Virginia: Civil rights activist, Durham, N.C., 6 April 2002 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0300

Interview C-0046

See L-0028, 24 May 1987 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0046

Interview C-0050

See L-0029, 20 February 1986 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0050

Interview C-0058

See L-0030, 4 November 1987 and 6 November 1987 #04007, Subseries: "C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies." Interview C-0058

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse C.3. Research Triangle Park Project.

8 items.

Interviews on the development of Research Triangle Park by graduate student Mary Virginia Jones.

Interview C-0022

Bostian, Carey Hoyt: Chancellor, North Carolina State University #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0022

Interview C-0023

Brown, W. Lamont: Attorney, Southern Pines #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0023

Campbell, Malcolm Eugene: Dean, North Carolina University School of Textiles #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0023

Guest, Romeo Holland: Founder, Research Triangle Park #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0023

Newell, William Andrew: Director of Research in Textiles, North Carolina State University #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0023

Saunders, William P.: North Carolina legislator, head of North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0023

Interview C-0024

Friday, William C.: President, UNC system #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0024

Interview C-0025-1

Guest, Romeo Holland: Founder, Research Triangle Park: 28 October 1977 #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0025-1

Interview C-0025-2

Guest, Romeo Holland: Founder, Research Triangle Park: 2 November 1977 #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0025-2

Interview C-0025-3

Guest, Romeo Holland: Founder, Research Triangle Park: 9 November 1977 #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0025-3

Interview C-0026

Guest, Romeo Holland: Founder, Research Triangle Park #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0026

Saunders, William P.: North Carolina legislator, head of North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0026

Interview C-0027

Lampe, John Harold: Dean, School of Engineering, North Carolina State University #04007, Subseries: "C.3. Research Triangle Park Project." Interview C-0027

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse C.5. Kenan Project.

9 items.

Funded by the Kenan Foundation, interviews center on the life of William Rand Kenan, who made numerous contributions to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill through various Kenan family trusts, but also contains materials relating to other Kenan family members.

Interview C-0042

Cordwell, George: Secretary to William R. Kenan, Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0042

Interview C-0054

Lewis, Henrietta: Lockport, N.Y., resident; friend of William Rand Kenan #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0054

Interview C-0055

Lewis, Lawrence: Hotel owner; businessman; nephew of William Rand Kenan #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0055

Interview C-0059

Swain, Adelaide: Lockport, N.Y., resident; friend of William Rand Kenan #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0059

Interview C-0060

Van DeMark, Phyllis B.: Lockport, N.Y., resident; friend of William Rand Kenan #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0060

Interview C-0061

Westhafer, James: Former minister of the Lockport Presbyterian Church, Lockport, N.Y.; friend of William Rand Kenan #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0061

Interview C-0064

Groff, Delia: Employee of William Rand Kenan; bookkeeper at Randleigh Farms, Lockport, N.Y. #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0064

Interview C-0066

Kenan, Thomas S., III: Officer, Kenan Transport Company #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0066

Interview C-0073

Kenan, Frank Hawkins: Owner of Kenan Transport Company; developer of the Institute of Private Enterprise and the Kenan Center at the University of North Carolina #04007, Subseries: "C.5. Kenan Project." Interview C-0073

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse C.6. Women in Politics Project.

10 items.

Funded by a grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, the Women in Politics interviews are with women who have been prominent in North Carolina political life--women legislators, women mayors, women judges, and women state administrators.

Interview C-0062

Cannon, Isabella Walton: Civil rights activist; former mayor of Raleigh #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0062

Interview C-0065

Keesee-Forrester, Margaret: Republican member of the North Carolina House of Delegates; women's rights activist and worker on other social issues #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0065

Interview C-0068

Neal, Patricia: Education activist; member of Durham County, N.C., school board and North Carolina Board of Education #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0068

Interview C-0069

Rohrer, Grace Jamison: North Carolina Secretary of Cultural Resources under Governor Holshouser; Secretary of Administration under Governor Martin; activist in Republican Party and women's issues #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0069

Interview C-0074

Clement, Josephine: Durham civic leader; member and chair, Durham City School Board; member, Durham County Board of Commissioners #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0074

Interview C-0075

McCain, Betty (*): Former chair of the North Carolina Democratic Party #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0075

Interview C-0076

McKay, Martha: Former chair, North Carolina Women's Political Caucus; active in North Carolina and national Democratic Party #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0076

Interview C-0081

Patterson, Jane Smith (*): North Carolina Secretary of Administration; founding member of the North Carolina Women's Political Caucus #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0081

Interview C-0084

Clayton, Eva M.: North Carolina political activist; former director of Soul City #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0084

Interview C-0085

Cofield, Elizabeth: Educator; member of Raleigh Board of Education; member of Wake County Board of County Commissioners #04007, Subseries: "C.6. Women in Politics Project." Interview C-0085

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse C.7. Raleigh Roots Project.

4 items.

Funded by a grant from the North Carolina Humanities Council, contains a series of interviews conducted by the staff of the Raleigh Historic Properties Commission. These interviews were done with older members of the Raleigh, N.C., community and focus on Raleigh's history, especially that of its African-American community, and significant architecture within the traditionally black communities.

Interview C-0077

Copeland, Jesse: Longtime resident of Chavis Heights district of Raleigh #04007, Subseries: "C.7. Raleigh Roots Project." Interview C-0077

Interview C-0078

Hamlin, Ernestine: Educator #04007, Subseries: "C.7. Raleigh Roots Project." Interview C-0078

Interview C-0079

Lightner, Clarence: Former mayor of Raleigh; businessman #04007, Subseries: "C.7. Raleigh Roots Project." Interview C-0079

Interview C-0080

Tyler, Phyllis: Civil rights activist #04007, Subseries: "C.7. Raleigh Roots Project." Interview C-0080

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project.

12 items.

As part of their legal training, law students at the University of North Carolina School of Law conducted interviews with prominent North Carolina attorneys and judges during spring semester, 1992. These interviews were undertaken as part of a course taught by Walter H. Bennett, Jr., associate professor of law. Bennett himself conducted the interview with James B. McMillan. The interviews were subsequently transcribed at the Law School and donated to the Southern Oral History Program Collection. Note that subsequent interviews from the Law School Oral History Project have been added to Series J.

Interview C-0089

Corbett, Albert Anderson, Sr. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0089

Interview C-0090

Dupree, Franklin T., Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0090

Interview C-0091

Frye, Henry E. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0091

Interview C-0092

Gerber, Ellen W. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0092

Interview C-0093

Helms, Fred B. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0093

Interview C-0094

Hobgood, Hamilton H. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0094

Interview C-0095

Lacey, Robert H. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0095

Interview C-0096

Lake, I. Beverly, Sr. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0096

Interview C-0097

McMillan, Duncan A. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0097

Interview C-0098

McMillan, James B. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0098

Interview C-0099

McMillan, Robert L., Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0099

Interview C-0100

Smith, Wade Marvin #04007, Subseries: "C.8. University of North Carolina School of Law Oral History Project." Interview C-0100

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project.

148 items.

Interviews by Ben F. Bulla for his biography of B. Everett Jordan. The book, entitled Textiles and Politics: The Life of B. Everett Jordan: From Saxapahaw to the United States Senate , was published in 1992 by Carolina Academic Press. Bulla interviewed family members, friends, political associates, business associates, and employees of Jordan. Folders C-i to C-lxxviii contain background material Bulla collected or created, as well as drafts of some chapters and a complete unedited manuscript of the book (original folder titles have been retained).

Folder C-i

50th anniversary #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-i

Folder C-ii

Arledge, Esther Jordan #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-ii

Folder C-iii

Baker, Bobby and others #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-iii

Folder C-iv

Blurbs for jacket #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-iv

Folder C-v

Book: B. Everett Jordan biography #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-v

Folder C-vi

Book: Chapter 6 turning point draft #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-vi

Folder C-vii

Book: Early drafts and notes #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-vii

Folder C-viii

Book: Work papers #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-viii

Folder C-ix

Book promotion #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-ix

Folder C-x

Book requests #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-x

Folder C-xi

Books: Bibliography #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xi

Folder C-xii

Carolina Academic Press #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xii

Folder C-xiii

Correspondence #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xiii

Folder C-xiv

Duke University Library #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xiv

Folder C-xv

Duke University Research #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xv

Folder C-xvi

Eagles, Joseph C., Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xvi

Folder C-xvii

Ferris, Robert #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xvii

Folder C-xviii

Gaston County #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xviii

Folder C-xix

Hodges, Luther. Travel reports, 1958-1960 #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xix

Folder C-xx

Hogan, Judy #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xx

Folder C-xxi

Introduction #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxi

Folder C-xxii

Johnson, Lyndon B. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxii

Folder C-xxiii

Jordan, Annie Sellars #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxiii

Folder C-xxiv

Jordan, B. Everett: Awards #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxiv

Folder C-xxv

Jordan, B. Everett: Background #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxv

Folder C-xxvi

Jordan, B. Everett: Biographical information #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxvi

Folder C-xxvii

Jordan, B. Everett: Miscellaneous #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxvii

Folder C-xxviii

Jordan, B. Everett: Senate #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxviii

Folder C-xxix

Jordan, B. Everett: Reference and background #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxix

Folder C-xxx

Jordan, B. Everett: Reference material #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxx

Folder C-xxxi

Jordan, B. Everett: Unions #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxi

Folder C-xxxiii

Jordan boys #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxiii

Folder C-xxxiv

Jordan family letters #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxiv

Folder C-xxxv

Jordan, H. H. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxv

Folder C-xxxvi

Jordan, John M. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxvi

Folder C-xxxvii

Jordan Lake #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxvii

Folder C-xxxviii

Kimbrell, W. Duke #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxviii

Folder C-xxxix

McNeil, Hayes #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xxxix

Folder C-xl

Millhands and preachers #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xl

Folder C-xli

Moore, Parks #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xli

Folder C-xlii

Myers, Charles F., Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xlii

Folder C-xliii

News releases #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xliii

Folder C-xliv-xlvi

Newspaper clippings #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xliv-xlvi

Folder C-xlvii

Quinney, Valerie #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xlvii

Folder C-xlviii

Reference material #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xlviii

Folder C-xlix

Royal Cotton Mill #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-xlix

Folder C-l

Sellars Family #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-l

Folder C-li-lii

Sellars Manufacturing Company #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-li-lii

Folder C-liii-liv

Tapp, Roland #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-liii-liv

Folder C-lv

UNC Press #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-lv

Folder C-lvi-lxi

UNC classes #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-lvi-lxi

Folder C-lxii

Washington, D.C. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-lxii

Folder C-lxiii

Walls, Dwayne E. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-lxiii

Folder C-lxiv-lxxviii

Unedited manuscript #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Folder C-lxiv-lxxviii

Interview C-0101

Abernethy, Alice #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0101

Interview C-0102

Alexander, Hugh #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0102

Interview C-0103

Best, L. P. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0103

Interview C-0104

Blair, William F. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0104

Interview C-0105

Blue, Clifton "Cliff" #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0105

Interview C-0106

Bone, Jesse V. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0106

Interview C-0107

Bradshaw, Nancy L. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0107

Interview C-0108

Brawley, Dorothy Sellars Young #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0108

Interview C-0109

Brown, Anita #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0109

Brown, Charlotte #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0109

Interview C-0111

Cagle, Ernest #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0111

Interview C-0112

Cagle, Ernest "Ott" Barrett #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0112

Cagle, Arthur "Ott" Barrett #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0112

Interview C-0113

Cannon Howard H. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0113

Interview C-0114

Cashwell, Edgar #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0114

Interview C-0015, C-0016, C-0017

Cochrane, William M. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0015, C-0016, C-0017

Interview C-0118

Crutchfield, Mable Terry #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0118

Interview C-0119

Daley, Mary G. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0119

Interview C-0120

Davis, Archie K. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0120

Interview C-0121

Ellis, Viola #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0121

Interview C-0122

Ellington, Thomas R. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0122

Interview C-0123

Ervin, Sam #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0123

Interview C-0124

Fountain, L. H. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0124

Interview C-0125

Frazier, Ervin #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0125

Interview C-0126

Friday, William C. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0126

Interview C-0127

Gant, Roger #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0127

Interview C-0128, C-0129, C-0130

Gant, Rose Anne #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0128, C-0129, C-0130

Interview C-0131

Gilmore, Voit #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0131

Interview C-0132, C-0133

Godfrey, Horace D. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0132, C-0133

Interview C-0134

Goley, Willard C. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0134

Interview C-0135

Griffin, Lloyd E. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0135

Interview C-0136

Gruber, Ed #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0136

Interview C-0137

Guyer, Patsy #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0137

Interview C-0138, C-0139

Hayden, Wes #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0138, C-0139

Interview C-0140

Helms, Jesse #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0140

Interview C-0141

Hewlitt, Addison #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0141

Interview C-0142

Hintz, Mary Jordan #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0142

Interview C-0143

Hodges, Luther H., Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0143

Interview C-0144

Hunter, Robert #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0144

Interview C-0145

Jackson, Robert C. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0145

Interview C-0146

Jackson, W. L. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0146

Interview C-0147

Jobe, W. Adrian #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0147

Interview C-0148

Johnston, Lib #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0148

Interview C-0149

Jones, Walter B. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0149

Interview C-0150

Jones, Woodrow #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0150

Interview C-0151, C-0152

Jordan, Ben E., Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0151, C-0152

Interview C-0153

Jordan, Henry H., II #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0153

Interview C-0154

Jordan, Thomas A. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0154

Interview C-0155, C-0156

Jordan, John M. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0155, C-0156

Interview C-0157, C-0158, C-0159, C-0160, C-0161, C-0162

Jordan, Katherine #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0157, C-0158, C-0159, C-0160, C-0161, C-0162

Interview C-0163

Jordan, Rev. Mike #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0163

Interview C-0164

Kendrick, Doris #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0164

Interview C-0165

Kornegay, Horace #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0165

Interview C-0166

Larkins, John #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0166

Interview C-0167

Lingerfelt, Charles #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0167

Interview C-0168

Long, Claude V. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0168

Interview C-0169

Long, George #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0169

Interview C-0170

Longcrier, Frank #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0170

Interview C-0171

Lupton, Floyd #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0171

Interview C-0172, C-0173

Madden, E. Leon #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0172, C-0173

Interview C-0174

Madden, John Ray #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0174

Interview C-0175

Makepeace, Harold #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0175

Interview C-0176

Mason, Betty #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0176

Interview C-0177

Maynard, Reid #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0177

Interview C-0178

McLean, Alice #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0178

Interview C-0179

McLean, May #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0179

Interview C-0180, C-0181

Miller, Kent W. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0180, C-0181

Interview C-0182

Moore, Dan #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0182

Interview C-0183

Morrow, Paul, Jr. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0183

Interview C-0184

Mull, W. C. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0184

Interview C-0185

Muse, D. K. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0185

Interview C-0186

Nance, Alex #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0186

Interview C-0187

Neal, Doyle #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0187

Interview C-0188, C-0189, C-0190

Neel, J. M. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0188, C-0189, C-0190

Interview C-0191

Page, Charlie #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0191

Interview C-0192

Paris, Duke #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0192

Interview C-0193, C-0194

Paris, Jack #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0193, C-0194

Interview C-0195

Parrish, Peggy #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0195

Interview C-0196

Pickett, Glenn #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0196

Interview C-0197

Preyer, Richardson #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0197

Interview C-0198

Purvis, John #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0198

Interview C-0199

Rankin, Sam #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0199

Interview C-0200

Riddick, Floyd #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0200

Interview C-0201

Riddick, Floyd; Cochrane, Bill #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0201

Interview C-0202

Robinson, Hazel #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0202

Interview C-0203

Robinson, Rack #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0203

Interview C-0204

Robinson, Tom #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0204

Interview C-0205

Rodgers, Eric #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0205

Interview C-0206

Ross, Charles Hill #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0206

Interview C-0207

Sanders, Bowman #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0207

Interview C-0208

Sanford, Terry #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0208

Interview C-0209

Saunders, William P. "Bill" #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0209

Interview C-0210

Scott, A. H. "Jim" #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0210

Interview C-0211, C-0212

Scott, Ralph #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0211, C-0212

Interview C-0213, C-0214

Sloan, Jim and Sloan, Jim, Mrs. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0213, C-0214

Interview C-0215

Smith, J. Harold #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0215

Interview C-0216

Smith, Mattie #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0216

Smith, Greef #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0216

Interview C-0217

Spears, Rachel #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0217

Interview C-0220, C-0221

Sprinkle, Margaret J. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0220, C-0221

Interview C-0222

Staton, Bill #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0222

Interview C-0223

Steele, John #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0223

Interview C-0224

Swain, David F. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0224

Interview C-0225

Taylor, Roy #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0225

Taylor, Evelyn #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0225

Interview C-0226, C-0227

Thielman, Calvin #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0226, C-0227

Interview C-0228

Thrift, Margaret #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0228

Interview C-0229

Thurmond, Strom #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0229

Interview C-0230

Tisdale, K. W. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0230

Interview C-0231

Tulloch, James R. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0231

Interview C-0232

Vaughn, Cy #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0232

Interview C-0233

Voils, Jessie Wiley #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0233

Interview C-0234

Walker, D. J. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0234

Interview C-0235

White, George #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0235

Interview C-0236

Wilkes, Eddie #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0236

Interview C-0237

Williams, Connie #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0237

Interview C-0238, C-0239

Williams, J. B. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0238, C-0239

Interview C-0240

Gordon, Staley #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0240

Interview C-0241

Gordon, Clyde #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0241

Interview C-0242

Gordon, Judge Eugene #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0242

Interview C-0243

Williams, Ann #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0243

Interview C-0244

Smith, A. B. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0244

Interview C-0245

Staton, Bill #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0245

Interview C-0246

Brinkley, Dr. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0246

Interview C-0247

Stackhouse, Verna #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0247

Interview C-0248

Jordan, B. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0248

Cochrane, B. #04007, Subseries: "C.9. B. Everett Jordan Project." Interview C-0248

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31 items.

Interviews, 1998-2000, conducted as part of the Friday Fellows Leadership Interview Project by the Wildacres Leadership Initiative. This project was part of the William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations. The Friday Fellows describe the Leadership Interview Project as "...a program devoted to creating a new generation of leaders for North Carolina." By interviewing active leaders of North Carolina, they hope to spread the advice and wisdom these people have to offer. In addition, certain interviewees were encouraged to nominate "committed North Carolinians ... [for] a two year period of education and reflection on the challenges facing our North Carolina."

Interview C-0249

Anderson, Becky: Executive director, HandMade in America #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0249

Interview C-0250

Basnight, Marc: North Carolina State Senator #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0250

Interview C-0251

Brown, William T.: Educator, member of University of North Carolina Board of Governors #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0251

Interview C-0252

Crites, Marsha: Senior associate, North Carolina Community Foundation, Sylva, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0252

Interview C-0253

Dorsett, Katie G.: Secretary of Administration, State of North Carolina #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0253

Interview C-0254

Dudley, Eunice Mosley: Co-founder and chief financial officer of Dudley Products; executive director of Dudley Cosmetology School System #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0254

Interview C-0255

Edwards, John: Lawyer, candidate for United States Senate #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0255

Interview C-0256

Helms, H. Parks: Lawyer, politician #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0256

Interview C-0257

Kelley, Don: Planning consultant for non-profit organizations; spiritual director #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0257

Interview C-0258

King, Gloria Pace: President, United Way of Central Carolinas, Inc. #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0258

Interview C-0259

Lambeth, Thomas W.: Executive director, Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0259

Interview C-0260

Vinroot, Richard A.: Lawyer, former mayor of Charlotte, N.C. #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview C-0260

Interview C-0261

Watt, Melvin: United States representative, 12th district of North Carolina #04007, Subseries: "C.10. Wildacres Leadership Initiative Interview Project." Interview