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Ohst. Oral History Collections

 Topic Guide
Identifier: Ohst
This classification groups together Oral History Collections.

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

1913 Dayton Flood Survivors Oral Histories

Identifier: MS-296

The1913 Flood Survivors Oral Histories is a collection of video oral history interviews with survivors of the 1913 Dayton Flood. The videos were made in the 1990s and the participants tell their stories of survival as children during the flood.

Dates: 1995-1996

Stanley Bagnall Oral History Interview (SC-263)

Identifier: SC-263
Scope and Contents

This collection contains a DVD of an oral history interview of Stanley Bagnall concerning his experience as a pilot in the Pacific Theater of World War II. The interview was conducted by Professor Sam Wilson (of the University of Rio Grande) on November 15, 2007.

Dates: 2007

Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley, Dayton Refugee Oral Histories (SC-349)

Identifier: SC-349

The collection documents the stories of six (6) local Dayton area refugees who originated from Congo, Iraq, Burundi, and Ethiopia. It contains audio oral histories, transcripts, and project documentation.

Dates: 2019

Cold War Aerospace Technology Oral History Project Records

Identifier: MS-431

The Cold War Aerospace Technology Oral History Project primarily contains oral histories gathered from several workers in the field of Aerospace Technology during the Cold War (1946-1992). With few exceptions, the interviewees were all engineers and worked at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on projects ranging from stealth and fly-by-wire technology to jet propulsion and foreign intelligence gathering, etc.

Dates: 1936-2008

Jim Foreman Dayton Music Scene Collection (MS-704)

Identifier: MS-704

The collection consists of video interviews that Jim Foreman conducted with Dayton music personas in the 1980s.

Dates: circa 1980 - circa 1989

Lest We Forget Collection

Identifier: MS-396
Abstract Lest We Forget was a film and audio project that captured personal and historical reflections and remembrances of people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities, their families, their advocates, and their communities during the decades of statewide institutionalization and subsequent de-institutionalization in Ohio. The goals of the project were to collect oral, video, and written histories of the personal stories of people with mental retardation who lived in a state...
Dates: 1953 - 2008; Majority of material found within 2003 - 2007

Leo Lucas Oral History Interview (SC-262)

Identifier: SC-262

The collection consists of an oral history interview audio recording with Leo Lucas, a member of the Dayton City School Board during the battle over busing students for desegregation. The interview was conducted in the summer of 1975 by high school student Mark Benbow.

Dates: 1975

Eleanor Must Oral History (SC-327)

Identifier: SC-327
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of a single oral history with Eleanor (Hambury) Must, primarily about growing up a German Jew, in Nazi Germany, prior to World War II, and the trials and tribulations she and her family faced not only in getting out of Germany, but also Europe; and also her immigration to the United States and how her early life took shape here. The oral history was conducted on May 15, 2015, by archivist Gino Pasi.

Dates: 2015

Occupy Dayton Oral History Project

Identifier: MS-499
Abstract The Occupy Dayton Oral History Project was a graduate capstone project initiated and completed by Wright State graduate student in history, Kyle Pitzer. Mr. Pitzer interviewed six participants and leaders of the Dayton manifestation of the Occupy Wall Street movement which began in New York City in late summer 2011. These demonstrations soon spread throughout the country with Dayton holding its first protest in early October, 2011. Three years later from January to May of 2014, Kyle Pitzer...
Dates: 2014

Emmanuel Ringelblum Collection of Oral History Memoirs of the Holocaust (MS-215)

Identifier: MS-215

Collection consists of audio interviews with 35 Dayton-area individuals who survived, or were impacted by, the Nazi Holocaust; audio and video recordings of lectures related to the Holocaust; and video programs produced from original interviews specifically for classroom use to supplement Holocaust curriculum.

Dates: 1978 - 1995