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Collection Details


Collection Name: Northern Virginia Oral History Project
Repository Name: George Mason University. Fenwick Library. Special Collections and Archives [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Local Identifier: NVOHP001
Dates Spanned: 1962-1983
Description: The Northern Virginia Oral History Project (NVOHP) contains interviews of individuals from the Northern Virginia community, highlighting the area and the dramatic development that has occurred in Northern Virginia since World War II. There are 144 cassette tapes and 66 reel-to-reel oral histories in the collection. The NVOHP was conducted between the years 1962 and 1983. Dr. Rosenzweig, a faculty member in GMU’s History Department, supervised the project.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 200
Broad Subjects: Communities
ASP Subjects: Community; Community development, Urban--Virginia; Oral history; Political leadership; United States; Virginia
Collection Code: OHC0000977