Oral History Project, 1971-1983

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Adele Newberger, University of Baltimore Reference Librarian, 1973

The University of Baltimore Oral History Project was started in 1971 by the Special Collections Department of the University of Baltimore Library. Adele Newburger, a Langsdale library staff, directed the project. Its purpose was to preserve, through tape recorded interviews, information that was available only in the minds of the people who participated in events surrounding the development of the University of Baltimore. Several interviews was conducted by John Nicholson, Library Director in the Baltimore Room of the University of Baltimore Library.

Credits: Exhibit curated by Fatemeh Rezaei in August 2020.

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John Nicholson, University of Baltimore Library Director, 1973

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