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Gary Eggert - A Credit Union Leader

Ben Woods, Assistant Archivist, Australian Mutuals History

We’re always looking for interesting characters that have had significant impacts on the credit union and mutual banking sectors and whose stories we can share. 561 more words

The Man who Lived with a Giant, stories from Johnny Neyelle

“There once was a tribe of people living in the mountains,” begins the title story of this oral history. “This was in the time of the dinosaurs, so the mountain people always had to be prepared for the unexpected.” 549 more words


Student Assistant Positions (3), UW-Madison Oral History Program, deadline is August 28, 2019

The UW-Madison Oral History Program (OHP)–part of the University Archives–would like to announce the following student staff positions for the 2019-2020 Academic Year.



Women are best.

While director of the University of North Carolina Press, W. T. Couch also worked as a part-time official of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration, serving as assistant and associate director for North Carolina (1936-1937) and as director for the southern region (1938-1939). 900 more words

City Of Wilson

It's Time for Us

It’s Time for Us: The South Phoenix Oral History Project
Student-led, student-researched, student-published, student-sustaining.

Correction: Eula Riley Bursh was the founding division chair for Math, Sciences, and Engineering. 9 more words

Oral History


Tonight I’m getting my whole entire life watching Family Pictures USA, which explores North Carolina stories in Episode 1. (Shout out to Jaki Shelton Green… 394 more words