OHPS. Oral History Projects and Series
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
East-West Expressway oral history collection
Citizen responses to the highway plan developed for Baltimore, Maryland, known as the East-West Expressway. Materials include audio recordings and related information and notes.
Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons oral history collection
Glenn L. Martin oral history collection
The Glenn L. Martin oral history collection contains interviews with four women who worked for the Glenn L. Martin aircraft company during World War II. Interviewed between 1995-1996, the narrators discuss how they came to live in Baltimore, their housing communities and jobs in the plant, and the overall effect of World War II on the home front.
Growing Suburbs oral history collection
The Growing Suburbs oral history collection contains seven interviews with individuals with knowledge or first-hand experience of the suburbanization that took place around Baltimore following World War II, circa 1950-1970. The narrators include city planners, developers, and Baltimore citizens who left the city for the suburbs.
"Heroes, Just Like You" oral history collection
The "Heroes, Just Like You" oral history collection includes interviews with three individuals working in the sciences in the Baltimore area from approximately the 1970s through to the early 1990s. The focus of the interviews is on educational background, upbringing, and how and why each came to his work and position at the time of the recording.
Maryland Artist Series oral history collection
Maryland Sports oral history collection
Maryland Vietnam War Stories oral histories collection
Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015 consists of 98 oral history interviews conducted for Maryland Vietnam War Stories, a documentary produced by Maryland Public Television (MPT) in 2016.
McKeldin-Jackson Project oral history collection
Oral History Vertical File
This collection contains interviews created by the Oral History Department at the Maryland Historical Society, as well as interviews donated to MdHS. Interviews in this collection are not part of a larger project and are thus filed individually.