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Oral histories

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Assyrian Oral Histories collection

 Collection — Box 1 of 1
Identifier: ASSYR-ORAL-001-CaTurCSU
Scope and Contents The Assyrian Oral History collection chronicles the stories of members of an Assyrian enclave in Turlock, California. The majority of stories were recorded in the early 1980s with interviewees recounting family histories extending back to the early part of the 20th century. According to Dr. Arianne Ishaya, preliminary research on this project began in the 1970s while she was working on her Ph.D. dissertation at UCLA. From 1981-1982, Dr. Ishaya conducted 108 interviews with members of the...
Dates: 1979-1987

Ralph LeRoy Milliken Museum collection

 Collection
Identifier: MIL-001-CaTurCSU
Scope and Contents

This collection is comprised of facsimiles from the Ralph Leroy Milliken Museum in Los Banos. The collection was created in the 1970s to accommodate history students at Stanislaus State. Included is an index and some biographical information. Milliken conducted oral histories of established persons in the Los Banos area in the early 1900s. The collection is contained In 5 boxes, well-organized and labeled.

Dates: after 1900

Regional Oral History collection

 Collection
Identifier: ORAL-HIST-001-CaTurCSU
Scope and Contents

Oral interviews and transcripts beginning in the 1960s of notable local community members, such as Fred McMillan who was born in Stanislaus County in 1876. CSU Stanislaus acts as a repository for the interviews done by the Stanislaus County Oral History Project sponsored by the McHenry Museum and Historical Society. University Archives holds a similar collection of oral interviews of significant CSU Stanislaus faculty, staff, and administrators.

Dates: after 1959

Struggle for Transformative Justice Reflections and Insights series , 2021 March 30

 Collection
Scope and Contents

First oral history faculty interview in a planned series on transformative social justice and faculty experiences.

Dates: 2021 March 30