Women's Biography Project Records
Scope and Contents
Collection of oral history interviews regarding the stories of individual women from the local community. Interviews conducted in the fall of 1994 by students of Dr. Kathleen W. Jones, assistant professor in the Department of History at Virginia Tech. Interviewees were Thelma Booth, Rose Burnett, Kate Huff Bruce, Thelma Eaves, Wenona S. Gardner, Dot Humphries, Agnes Hurt, Esther Jones, Herta Lopez, Leola Pearce Pearson, Pauline Pitsinger, Marge Robinson, Dorothy Shueler, Laura Scott, Alison Sulloway, Nelle Trent, Bernice Weston, Minnie Williams, and Glenna Yeatts. Materials consist of cassette and mini-cassette tapes and student essays about their interviewees. Transcripts available for the Humphries, Jones, and Weston interviews.
Language of Materials
The materials in the collection are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open to research.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use
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