Home Rule Oral History Project

Home Rule Oral History Project

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Oral History Project 18

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Members of a Washington Times team, in Washington, D.C., conducted a total of 18 oral history interviews of which the Washingtoniana division has cassette tapes for 11 interviews.  The project’s team compiled a five-part oral history on Home Rule.

SCOPE AND CONTENT
This oral history collection occupies approximately 1-1/2 linear feet.  The inventory below outlines the library’s holdings for each oral history interview.

PROVENANCE
The Washington Times donated the tapes to the Washingtoniana division in February 1985.

RESTRICTIONS
The D.C. Public Library does not hold copyright for the collection.  It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain permission from the Washington Times in Washington, D.C., to publish or exhibit information. Reproduction of an oral history without a release is not permitted.

INVENTORY

Oral History #

Name(s)

Timed Index

Transcript

Supplemental Information

OHP 18-01

Duncan, Charles (see also OHP 13-1), D.C.’s First Corporation Counsel

No

No

 

OHP 18-02

Duncan, John (see also OHP 13-1), First Black D.C. Commissioner

No

No

 

OHP 18-03

Fauntroy, Walter, D.C. City Council’s First Vice Chairman

No

No

 

OHP 18-04

Hechinger, John (see also OHP 13-1, 13-2), D.C. City Council’s First Chairman

No

No

 

OHP 18-05

Nevius, John, Member of First Appointed Council

No

No

 

OHP 18-06

Press, Bill, Former Board of Trade Vice President

No

No

 

OHP 18-07

Shackleton, Polly, D.C. Councilwoman

No

No

 

OHP 18-08

Tucker, Sterling, First Elected Council Chairman

No

No

 

OHP 18-09

Turner, J. C., Member of First Appointed Council

No

No

Newspaper bio in General Folder.

OHP 18-10

Washington, Walter, First Mayor of Washington, D.C.

No

No

 

OHP 18-11

Yeldell, Joseph, Member of First Appointed Council

No

No

 

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