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Search results: Found 7 collection(s).
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Doak Sheridan Campbell Collection Tallahassee, Florida, United States. The eleven interviews in this group were collected by William Oliver, Jr. in 1975 for his dissertation on Doak Campbell. Oliver's choice of interviewees and questions reflects an obvious slant in Campbell's favor, but there is some useful information. The collection includes interviews with Campbell's widow, Edna, his son, Doak S., Jr., and grandson, Doak S., III. Outside of the family, those interviewed include Mode Stone, Dorothy Hoffman, LeRoy Collins, Millard Caldwell, Malcolm Johnson, Alice Chambers, Milton W. Carothers and Myron Blee. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]

Florida Retirement Communities Collection Tallahassee, Florida, United States. These interviews were conducted by Christopher Linsen during research for his doctoral dissertation on the social aspects of particular retirement centers in Florida. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]

Florida Teachers' Strike Collection Tallahassee, Florida, United States. These interviews were conducted between 1995 and 1997 as research for Michael Makowsky's doctoral dissertation. Makowsky interviewed labor leaders and members of the Florida Education Association, the National Education Association, and the American Federation of Teachers regarding the threatened and actual teachers' strike that occurred in Florida in the late 1960's. These twelve interviews are with George Auzanne, Larry Sorenson, Rodney Davis, Roger Stephon, John Ryor, Wade Hopping, Carl Harner, Don Cameron, Jim Gieger, Claudia Edwards, Ray Edwards, and Rick Willis. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]

Macon Community Collection Tallahassee, Florida, United States. These interviews outline life in a North Florida black community, pre-1950. Interviews by Jennifer Opager with residents of Macon Community, an old-time Tallahassee neighborhood bounded by Meginnis Arm on the west and Meridian Road on the east. To the north and south it went beyond Lakeshore Drive and Henderson Road, respectively. Annie Mae Macon, Annie V. Brown, James R. Ford, Fred Hunter, Sr., Ruby Davis, and Naomi Randolph contributed to the interviews. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]

Miller Enterprises Collection Tallahassee, Florida, United States. These seven interviews were conducted with members of the George Miller, Jr. family of Crescent City, Florida. Miller, his mother and father, his brothers and sisters, and his six children were all involved in the development of Miller Enterprises, Inc., a conglomerate of supermarkets and convenience stores in the Florida counties of Putnam, Seminole, Orange, Marion, Lake, Bradford, Clay and Volusia. The family history is closely connected with the history of Crescent City and Putnam County, Florida. The interviews were used as source material for Family, Community, Business Enterprise: The Millers of Crescent City, Florida by Edward F. Keuchel and Robin J. Sellers. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]

Milton W. and Julia Carothers Collection Tallahassee, Florida, United States. This collection contains twenty-one interviews collected since 1984 by the Reverend Milton Stover Carothers, Director of the Presbyterian University Center, with and about his parents. Milton W. Carothers served Florida State College for Women and Florida State University as Registrar, Director of the Tallahassee Branch of the University of Florida, FSU vice president, acting president when Robert Strozier died unexpectedly, and Dean of Graduate Studies. Among those interviewed were Dr. and Julia Carothers, J. Broward and Betty Culpepper, Daisy and Claude Flory, LeRoy Collins, Angus Laird, Miriam Wilson, Katherine [Kitty] Hoffman, Mary Williams, Joe Hiett, Davis and Virginia Thomas, Alice Chambers, Annie and Claude Andrews, John and Mary Champion, Stanley Marshall, Clifford Madsden, Michael Kasha (brief reflections), and Bernie Sliger. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]

Wainwright Shipyard: The Impact of a World War II War Industry on Panama City, Florida Tallahassee, Florida, United States. These interviews were conducted in 1992 as research for Peggy D. Pelt's doctoral dissertation, "Wainwright Shipyard: The Impact of a World War II War Industry on Panama City, Florida." The eleven interviews in this collection are with civilian employees of the shipyard: Zema Cowan, Opal Reaver, Ruth Smeby, Mary Darr, Earle Boone, Millie Nauman, H. Mack Lewis, Mozelle Kasiah, Fannie Hutchinson, Runnell Poston, and "Bubber" Nelson. [View Collection Details] [View Repository Details]