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Title: America at War
The America at War digital collection includes a significant number of artifacts contributed by members of the Teaching American History in Louisiana (TAHIL) partnership. TAHIL providers include the Louisiana State Archives, Louisiana State Museum, The Historic New Orleans Collection and Tulane University Library Special Collections.
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Title: Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore
Begun in 1974, the collection is the most comprehensive repository of recorded and transcribed materials on French in Louisiana, as well as the Upper Mississippi River Valley, French Canada, the West Indies, and Africa.
Contact: Jennifer Ritter; firstname.lastname@example.org; (337) 482-1320
Title: Integration and the Black Experience at LSU
Integration and the Black Experience at LSU is a unique collection that includes audio files and transcripts from oral history interviews conducted from 1985 to 1998
of black students, faculty, and administrators at LSU during integration (1950-1970). Additional interviewees include lawyers and their clients who were involved in key lawsuits, as well as politicians and others who were vocal opponents or supporters of integration.
Contact: LSU Libraries Digital Services; email@example.com
Title: Joseph H. Fichter, S.J. Tapes
The papers of Joseph H. Fichter, S.J., document the life of a priest, scholar, and social reformer. As a pioneer in the sociology of religion and as a champion of social justice, Father Fichter has frequently found himself embroiled in controversy and conflict. That vigorous engagement with his times is reflected in this collection, which sheds light upon the Catholic Church, the Society of Jesus, academic sociology, and the quest for social reform. These audiotapes contain interviews conducted by Fr. Fichter including those related to his research on Alcoholic Clergy. This collection is only accessible within Special Collections & Archives, Monroe Library, Loyola University New Orleans.
Contact: For information or permission to use/publish, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Title: Louisiana Coastal Ecology, Richard J. Russell Collection
Maps, aerial photographs, audio files, geographic surveys, and interpretative materials on Louisiana's coastal zone. Materials were used by geologist and geographer Richard J. Russell. Russell, who established a reputation as a world expert on the Mississippi and other delta regions, as well as on coastal erosion and coastal ecology.
Title: Louisiana State Museum Hurricane Katrina Oral History Project
The Louisiana State Museum is actively collecting oral histories from people about their experiences related Hurricane Katrina.
Title: Louisiana State Museum Jazz Collection
The Louisiana State Museum Jazz collection is composed of photographs, audio recordings and musical instruments primarily dealing with traditional New Orleans jazz.
Title: LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport Audiovisual Collection
This collection contains important events in the history of the LSU Health Sciences Center at Shreveport that were captured on film, as well as recorded interviews of key figures in the development of the School of Medicine. These audiovisual clips represent full length film reels, Umatic tapes, VHS tapes, and cassette tapes located in the LSU Health Sciences Center-Shreveport, Medical Library Archives that were digitized and transferred to DVD and CD.
Contact: Dee Jones; email@example.com; 318-675-5458
Title: LSU Special Collections Online
A showcase of books, manuscripts, photographs, and other materials from the LSU Special Collections Library. Based on the 2006 exhibition, "Special Delivery: A Showcase of LSU Libraries' Special Collections."
Title: Natchitoches Cane River Civil Rights Oral Histories - Louisiana State Museum
The Natchitoches / Cane River Civil Rights Oral History Project features interviews with leading civil rights activists from the Natchitoches and Cane River areas.
Title: Sounding Translation
Sounding Translation is an Internet-accessible podcast series that features audio interviews in which translators reflect on the experience of translating contemporary poetry. As an ongoing digitized oral history project, it traces the development of relationships of exchange and collaboration among American poet-translators and their international peers working in languages including Arabic French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese.
Contact: Jeff Rubin; firstname.lastname@example.org
Title: Sounds of Louisiana
Collected by local sound artists, students, and faculty, this collection of sounds of Louisiana provides an audible history of New Orleans and the surrounding region of interest to composers, cultural historians, geographers, architects, and artists.
Contact: Jeff Rubin; email@example.com; 504-247-1832
The University of New Orleans acts as a Community Archive for StoryCorps interviews recorded in Louisiana in 2006 and 2010. These recordings were generously provided by StoryCorps. Audio may only be accessed on the UNO campus, but the database of interview information may be searched anywhere.
Contact: Louisiana and Special Collections, University of New Orleans, Earl K. Long Library, 504-280-6544, firstname.lastname@example.org
Title: T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History Digital Collections
This is a portal collection that will allow you to search all of the T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History digital collections. You will find oral history interviews about civil rights issues, military history, Louisiana folklife and more.
Title: Tulane University Band Historical Collection
The Tulane University Band Historical Collection [1956-1981, nd] contains digitized recordings of the Tulane University Band as well as images of the original recording jackets.
Contact: Lisa Hooper, email@example.com
Title: University of New Orleans Anniversary
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of UNO, the Earl K. Long Oral History Committee conducted audio and videotaped interviews with university professors, administrators, and students who reviewed events concerned with the early years of the institution.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, (504) 280-6544
Title: WTUL - a collection from Tulane University's independent radio station
WTUL is Tulane University's independent college radio station. This collection features photographs, interviews, playlists, and a range of other materials from the station's beginnings in 1959 through the post-Katrina present.
Contact: Jeff Rubin, ph: 504.247.1832 email@example.com