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Interviews, 1951-2007, undated

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSP 311, Series 2

Scope and Contents

Series includes audio recordings, transcripts, and notes from interviews conducted by Mary O'Hara as research for her doctoral dissertation. Interviews were predominantly conducted with Helen Bass Williams and many are narratives by Williams, recounting events and experiences during her life and in the Civil Rights Movement, however also include interviews with Williams' coworkers such as Mary Endres Fyfe, other individuals, and personal notes by O'Hara. Materials include microcassettes, cassettes, digital files, transcripts, and notes. Many stories will be harmful to researchers as they recount physical violence and some instances of sexual violence.


  • 1951-2007, undated

Access Information

Collection is open for research.


0.351 Cubic Feet (Ten folders and one shoe box) : Shoe box contains nine microcasettes and four cassettes

29.877 Gigabytes : Sixty-eight digital files

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


Repository Details

Part of the Purdue University Archives and Special Collections Repository

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