OHPS. Oral History Projects and Series
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
This collection comprises 5 oral history interviews focused on those working in the science and technology fields. All subjects worked in the Baltimore area during the 1970s-early-1990s. Materials include audio recordings.
This oral history collection contains interviews with ten women, between 1992-1994, who worked as secretaries in the 1940s. Their places of work included the Social Security Administration, law firms, the National Art Gallery, high schools, and hospitals, among others. The narrators discuss work and life during World War II, as well as what it was like to be a woman working in male-dominated professions.
This oral history, OH 8029, consists of three interviews with officers of the Garibaldi Federal Savings and Loan Association, established in the 1920s to provide mortgages to poor Italian families. Topics include the organization of the company, its origins and history, and its connection with the Italian community.
An audio recording and transcript is available for each interview.
This collection consists of a series of interviews for "The Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert. Includes transcripts for all of the interviews, biographical forms, newspaper clippings, programs for the play, and a video recording and script for a performance of "The Last Day of the Old World."
The Towson State Scarpaci oral history collection consists of 16 interviews with Italian Americans or Italian immigrants from Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood, circa 1979-1980.
The Trustees of the Maryland Historical Society oral history collection includes three interviews with members of the Maryland Historical Society Board of Trustees. The interviews document the narrators' family histories and how each became involved with the Maryland Historical Society.
The U.S. Frigate Constellation Series is a collection of six interviews relating to the acquisition and restoration of the U.S. Frigate Constellation from 1955-1980.
The "What Can I Do, What Will I Do" oral history collection interviews four, African-American women all working in the sciences and who grew up in and have worked in the Baltimore area from approximately the mid-1950s through the early-1990s. The narrators discuss their educational backgrounds, upbringing, personal challenges, and each woman's motivations for pursuing her current career.