By Joanne Mendes, Elizabeth M. Wilkinson, Shauna Borger
Primary Creator: Beering, Steven C. (1932-)
Other Creators: Andrews, Theodora, Belcastro, Patrick (1920-), Brown, Herbert Charles (1912-2004), Butz, Earl L. (Earl Lauer) (1909-2008), Carey, Ernestine Gilbreth, Cargnino, Lawrence T., Christian, John Edward (1917-), Cook, Barbara I., Curtis, Kenneth Stewart, Elliott, Edward C. (1874-1960), Ferris, Virginia, Foster, Mary Louise, Fuller, William Richard (1920-), Geddes, L. A. (Leslie Alexander) (1921-), Geddes, LaNelle E., Goble, Eva L. (1910-), Goldman, Jerome, Haas, Felix, Haring, Marilyn, Henry, Hugh, Hicks, Charles R. (Charles Robert) (1920-), Holtman, Mary, Jesse, Bob F., Jischke, M. C. (Martin C.), Johnson, Ralph S. (1906), Kay, Wilma Jean, Keim, Wayne F., Kessler, Sherman, Lamb, Brian (1941-), McDowell, Richard, Moses, David F., Nelson, Betty, Pahre, Leslie Hornbeck; Fortune, Susan Houston, Postlethwait, S. N. (Samuel N.) (1918-), Shrader, Ray Anne, Stephanile, Felix (1920-), Taber, Margaret R., Taylor, Margaret Ulrey, Yule, Roger
Extent: 4.6 Cubic feet. More info below.
1. Transcripts, 2006-present (1.2 cubic feet, 3 boxes). The transcripts are housed separately from the media and are organized alphabetically by the last name of the interviewee.
2. Recordings, 2006-present (2.9 cubic feet, 7 boxes). The media are separated by type and then organized alphabetically by the last name of the interviewee and include the following formats: audio cds, vhs tapes, audio cassettes, and DVDs.
Date Acquired: 00/00/2006
The Purdue Archives & Special Collections Oral History Program Collection (2006-present; 4.1 cubic feet) was created in 2006 to a way to assist in the documentation of the history of Purdue University and its schools, departments, athletics, and student life. The collection consists of transcripts of oral history interviews, and the media they were captured on: audio cassette, audio cd, vhs tape, digital recorder, and DVD. Currently, there are not transcripts for each interview.
This is an active collection and will be frequently added to on an ongoing basis.
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research. Certain interviews and transcripts may be restricted. Check detailed finding aid listing.
Use Restrictions: Copyright is held by Purdue University.
Technical Access Note: Some formats may not be able to be listened to onsite.
Acquisition Method: This is an active collection. Archives & Special Collections staff frequently contribute interviews to this collection.
Related Materials: Visit our Purdue Oral History Program web site to listen to interviews and read transcripts. For more information please see http://www.lib.purdue.edu/spcol/oralhistory/.
Preferred Citation: MSO 1, Archives & Special Collections Oral History Program Collection, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Other Note: This collection began in 2006 as a way to assist in the documentation of the history of Purdue University and its schools, departments, athletics, and student life. Archives & Special Collections staff identify faculty, staff, trustees, and alumni for interviews, as well as take suggestions.