Recordings and transcripts, 1957-2000
Scope and Contents
This series primarily contains transcripts and recordings of oral histories of the University of Hartford. Most transcripts correspond to a recording, but not all. The oral histories were collected through a series of interviews conducted by Edward C. Lavelle (1967), Bice Clemow (1977), Alice Cooke Brown (1960), Helen Loy (1977), and John Balmer (1966). The interviewees were founders of the university. The series also includes a couple of short films.
Conditions Governing Access
The physical collection is open to all researchers. However, one file is currently restricted. Some digital copies of materials have an IP embargo in place. Any patron can access these restricted digital materials while on the University of Hartford campus using a device connected to the University’s internet. University students, faculty, and staff may also access this material off-campus by using the following link and logging in with their University username and password: http://libill.hartford.edu:2048/login?URL= http://hdl.handle.net/11134/550002:arch011 .
From the Collection: 5.5 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
This series is arranged alphabetically. Transcripts with a corresponding recording have the reel number noted on the folder.
- From the Collection: University of Hartford. Archives and Special Collections (Organization)
Part of the University of Hartford Archives & Special Collections Repository
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