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REC/MSS/153. University of Connecticut. Center for Oral History

 Record Group Term
Identifier: REC/MSS/153
The Center for Oral History at the University of Connecticut was established as the Oral History Project in 1968. It was designated a Center by the University’s Board of Trustees in 1981. The Center originates, sponsors, and supports projects that emphasize Connecticut’s history and development. The records consist of transcripts of twenty-one oral history interviews conducted by the Center for Oral History at the University of Connecticut on the subject, “The Emergence of Political Women in Connecticut: 1920-1945.” The transcripts were transferred to the State Library in 1982.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:


 Unprocessed Material — Accession 2011-122
Identifier: 2011-122
Dates: Other: 2008 - 2008


 Unprocessed Material — Accession 1982-006
Identifier: 1982-006
Dates: Other: 1980 - 1981

University of Connecticut, Oral History Office interviews collection

Identifier: RG153

Oral history transcripts from the Emergence of Political Women in Connecticut, 1920-1945, project and from interviews with State Sen. George L. "Doc" Gunther.

Dates: 1980-1981, 2008