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Welcome to the African Americans in Harrisonburg Oral History Collection

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Complete set of “African Americans in Harrisonburg” oral history tapes and printed materials with call no.: Special Coll. SdArch 5-1 – 5-7, v. 1-2. Vol. l: Oral history interview [sound recording] / Mrs. Peggy Curry; interviewed by Eugene “Ickey” Hollins (OCLC #32023614). Oral history interviews [sound recording] / Mrs. Willie Nickens; interviewed by Inez Ramsey, Vicki Lloyd (OCLC #32024953) Vol. 2: Oral history interview [sound recording] / Mrs. Minnie Bell Stuart; interviewed by Inez Ramsey and Brenda McCormick (OCLC #32029050). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Mrs. Helen Irvin Wells; interviewed by Inez Ramsey and Carolyn Hobson (OCLC #3209918). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Mrs. Roberta Morgan Webb; interviewed by Vicki Bemisderfer (OCLC #32029972). Oral history interview [sound recording] / James Curry; interviewed by Inez Ramsey (OCLC #32022135). Vol. 2 also contains the supplemental printed materials and photos

Background Materials (SdArch5-1)

Background Materials (SdArch5-1)

Supplemental background materials and information include a list of persons buried in "Newtown Cemetery," the cemetery for people of color located on Kelly and Hill Streets in Harrisonburg, Va; "Roll of colored voters in Rockingham in the early 1900's," researched...

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