OHPS. Oral History Projects and Series
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
This oral history collection consists of interviews with nine members of the 29th Division, an infantry division of the United States Army that saw action in the Normandy Invasion, or D-Day, during World War II. Interviewed between 1987-1989, the veterans discuss their battalions, their ranks, objectives, tactics they implemented, and the obstacles they faced.
The Baltimore Interfaith Series is a collection of interviews with Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish religious leaders conducted by Dr. Lenora Nast exploring the role of the clergy in Jewish-Christian relations in Baltimore during the period between 1945-1975. Includes audio recordings, tape indexes, and a partial transcript.
The collection comprises 214 oral histories focused on Baltimore's older working-class ethnic neighborhoods. The materials include audio recordings, tape indexes, biographical material, interviewer notes, and full or partial transcripts are available for 79 of the interviews.
The Calvert County Retired Teachers Association oral history collection includes a series of interviews on the history of one-room schoolhouses in Calvert County, Maryland. The narrators include both teachers and students who were involved with a number of different schools from the 1920s to the early 1980s.
The Civilian Conservation Corp Veterans Project consists of a series of 52 interviews conducted with 56 men who worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) during the years of the Great Depression. Materials include audio recordings, transcripts, biographical information, and photographs.
This collection includes eight oral history interviews conducted circa 1982 with members of the Curran family, a Maryland political family. The narrators discuss the family's myriad political appointments and their Irish heritage, among other topics.
The Doris M. Johnson Project was a joint endeavor of the Maryland Historical Society and Doris M. Johnson High School in Baltimore through the History Channel’s Save Our History grant program. Students from the high school conducted research for the interviews through the MdHS’s Student Research Center for History (SeaRCH).