Oral histories (document genres)
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The collection (1933-1936, undated) contains radio talks given by Bowers, taped oral history interviews, newspaper clippings, and a photograph of Bowers with a farmer. The oral history interview transcript contains remarks related to the Farmer’s Holiday Movement, among other matters.
This collection (2006-2008) contains course notes from several classes, an Honors Program oral history project, and the final report submitted by Ringgenberg for his study abroad program. His course notes include syllabi and class handouts as well as essays, notes, and reports by Ringgenberg for classes in anthropology, history, and philosophy.
This collection contains audio recordings of oral history interviews, radio broadcasts, and recorded speeches by various members of Iowa State University.
This collection includes transcripts from recorded oral history interviews and other recordings. Members of the University Archives, Iowa State University Library, including Dorothy Kehlenbeck, Stan Yates, and Laura Kline, conducted many of the interviews.
This collection consists of 53 interviews of Iowa women legislators, conducted by Suzanne O'Dea Schenken.
All legislators were asked some basic questions about their birth and family background, their youth, their education, and paid and volunteer work experience. They were also asked about specific events in their legislative careers based upon the background research.
Author and educator Warren Allen Smith was born in Minburn, Iowa on October 27, 1921. Smith was active in secular humanist circles, and authored and edited several books and book reviews. This collection contains a transcription of the oral history Reminiscing About Minburn of the 1920's and 1930's by Warren Allen Smith and an excerpt from Who's Who in the World which features Smith.