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Ohst. Oral History Collections

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Identifier: Ohst
This classification groups together Oral History Collections.

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Survivors of the Holocaust Oral History Project Records

Identifier: MS-239

The Survivors of the Holocaust Oral History Project was established in 1977 as a joint effort by Antioch College and Wright State University. Its purpose was to interview and preserve stories of survivors of the Nazi Holocaust who settled in the Dayton, Ohio, area. The records consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, lists of potential interviewees, clippings, and publicity. The Project produced the Emmanuel Ringelblum Collection of Oral History Memoirs of the Holocaust.

Dates: 1977-1985

Wright State University Student Oral Histories, 2017 (SC-325)

Identifier: SC-325

The collection consists of video oral history interviews conducted with Wright State University students, primarily graduate students in the Public History concentration, as part of a History 7700: Local History course in Fall 2017. Students were asked a standard series of questions on topics such as why they chose Wright State University and what life has been like as a Wright State student. Each interview averages about 4.5 minutes in length.

Dates: 2017 Oct. 25-26; Modified: Videos, transcripts, and redacted release forms edited in 2020