Collection number: UA 17/19
Size: 3 boxes (.66 cu.ft.)
About the Oral Histories Tapes and Videos
This series contains audio (cassette) and video (VHS) tapes of oral history interviews.
This collection is open.
Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.
[Identification of item], Oral Histories Tapes and Videos, 1989-2004, UA 17/19, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
These records were transferred to the University Archives during 1989 through 2014.
This collection has been organized into four series: Series 1: Departmental History; Series 2: Centennial Oral History Project; Series III: Feminist Oral History; Series IV: Miscellaneous
|Box 1, Folder 1||June 25, 1998||Chemistry Dept. interview with Prof. Helmut M. Haendler (VHS and video 8)|
|Box 1, Folder 2||June 5, 1998||Forestry Campers (video 8)|
|Box 1, Folder 3||June 14, 2001||Ocean Engineering: interview with Prof. Savage (2 cassette tapes)|
The Centennial Oral History Project was designed to tape record interviews with members of the university community in order to document their memories of the university during their student/teaching careers and their reflections of the changes that have occurred at the university over the years. The project was sponsored by the University Museum and interviews were conducted by graduate student Lynne E. Benoit.
|Box 1, Folder 4||June 10, 2004||Carl Wentworth At Kingman Farm (VHS)|
|Box 1, Folder 5||1992||Proposal, Centennial oral history project|
|Box 1, Folder 6||1991||Helen Henderson Scull (c-1, c-2)|
|Box 1, Folder 7||1993||Maynard Heckle (C-3)|
|Box 1, Folder 8||1993||Herb and Helen Jackson (C-4)|
|Box 1, Folder 9||1993||Francis Robinson (C-5, C-6)|
|Box 1, Folder 10||1993||Evelyn Brown (C-7)|
|Box 1, Folder 11||1993||Jere Chase (C-8, C-9, C-10)|
|Box 1, Folder 12||1993||Frank Heald (C-11)|
|Box 1, Folder 13||1993||Marion Beckwith (C-12)|
|Box 1, Folder 14||1993||Jere Lundholm (C-13)|
|Box 1, Folder 15||1999||Muriel Knecht (C-14)|
|Box 1, Folder 16||1999||Amelia Dutka (C-15)|
|Box 1, Folder 17||1999||Sylvia Blake (C-16)|
|Box 1, Folder 18||2004||Carl Wentworth (B. 1, F. 4)|
|Box 2, Tape 1||8/16/1991||Helen Henderson Scull, tape 1|
|Box 2, Tape 2||8/16/1991||Helen Henderson Scull, tape 2|
|Box 2, Tape 3||2/4/1993||Maynard Heckle|
|Box 2, Tape 4||2/19/1993||Herb and Helen Jackson|
|Box 2, Tape 5||3/10/1993||Francis Robinson, tape 1|
|Box 2, Tape 6||3/10/1993||Francis Robinson, tape 2|
|Box 2, Tape 7||Fall 1993||Evelyn Brown|
|Box 2, Tape 8||7/7/1993||Jere Chase|
|Box 2, Tape 9||7/20/1993||Jere Chase, tape 1|
|Box 2, Tape 10||7/20/1993||Jere Chase, tape 2|
|Box 2, Tape 11||1993||Frank Heald|
|Box 2, Tape 12||7/1993||Marion "Manny" Beckwith|
|Box 2, Tape 13||7/1993||Jere Lundholm|
This series contains audio cassette tapes of interviews conducted in 1999 as part of a class assignment for WS76: "Doing Feminist Oral History". These three women were selected because they were all long-term employees of UNH in various roles as secretaries and administrative assistants.
|Box 2, Tape 14||11/8/1999||Muriel Knecht|
|Box 2, Tape 15||11/9/1999||Amelia Dutka|
|Box 2, Tape 16||11/18/1999||Sylvia Blake|
|Box 2, Tape 17||1/20/1999||Dorothy Wilcox|
|Box 2, Tape 18||10/29/1989||Phil Wilcox|
|Box 3, Tape micro 19a & 19b||c. 1996||Roger Arnoldy, founding director of the Space Science Center. (by Carrie Sherman)|
|Box 3, Tape micro 20||c. 2003||Michael DePorte, chair of the English Dept. (by Carrie Sherman)|
|Box 3, Tape micro 21||c. 2000||Jill Gravink, founder, Northeast Passage (by Carrie Sherman)|
|Box 3, Tape Master copies||Master copies of tapes in box 2|