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Found in 302 Collections and/or Records:

Interview with Henry Withers, 2012 October 23

 Item — Box 2 (OHI Transcripts): Series RG19-08-01; Series RG19-08-02
Identifier: OHI-0174
Scope and Contents From the Series:

This series contains oral history interviews with Davidson College staff focusing on their educational and work experiences.

Dates: 2012 October 23

Interview with Hillard Jetton, 2012 October 03

 Item — Box 2 (OHI Transcripts): Series RG19-08-01; Series RG19-08-02
Identifier: OHI-0163
Scope and Contents From the Series:

This series contains oral history interviews with Davidson College staff focusing on their educational and work experiences.

Dates: 2012 October 03

Interview with Hollis "Hobby" Cobb '56, 2006 April 28

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHI-0011
Scope and Contents From the Series:

This series contains interviews with Davidson College students and alumni/ae. These interviews document various aspects of Davidson College's history and culture. Some of the alumni/ae listed in this series also worked for Davidson College in various capacities. While this series primarily focuses on student and alumni/ae interviewees, similar interviews can also be found in the other oral history series and sub-groups.

Dates: 2006 April 28

Interview with Irma Navarro Brown '07, 2021 November 24

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0336
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Group:

This oral history collection explores the history of Latinx students at Davidson College and includes both the work of Dr. Jane Mangan's spring 2019 HIS 259 course and student workers who collected and transcribed oral histories of Davidson alumni who identify as Hispanic, Latino or Latinx.

Dates: 2021 November 24

Interview with Irving Bienstock [interview 1], 2020 May 27

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0287
Scope and Contents Irving Bienstock was born in Dortmund, Germany in 1926. Mr. Bienstock was persecuted by the Nazis and fled to the United States. At the time of the interview, Mr. Bienstock resided in Charlotte, NC where he volunteered with the Butterfly Project to educate children about the Holocaust. In part one of this interview, Irving Bienstock describes his experience in Nazi Germany and his escape from the Nazi government. Funded by the Justice, Equality, Community Grant, the interview took place...
Dates: 2020 May 27

Interview with Irving Bienstock [interview 2], 2020 June 01

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0288
Scope and Contents This is oral history interview part 2 of 6 with Irving Bienstock. Irving Bienstock was born in Dortmund, Germany in 1926. Mr. Bienstock was persecuted by the Nazis and fled to the United States. At the time of the interview, Mr. Bienstock resided in Charlotte, NC where he volunteered with the Butterfly Project to educate children about the Holocaust. Irving Bienstock speaks on his experiences as a Jewish immigrant in the United States. He discusses his service in the United States Military...
Dates: 2020 June 01

Interview with Irving Bienstock [interview 3], 2020 June 04

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0289
Scope and Contents This is oral history interview part 3 of 6 with Irving Bienstock. Irving Bienstock was born in Dortmund, Germany in 1926. Mr. Bienstock was persecuted by the Nazis and fled to the United States. At the time of this interview, Mr. Bienstock resided in Charlotte, NC where he volunteered with the Butterfly Project to educate children about the Holocaust. In part 3 of the interview, Bienstock and Dana Kapustin talk about their trip to Israel. Funded by the Justice, Equality, Community grant, the...
Dates: 2020 June 04

Interview with Irving Bienstock [interview 4], 2020 June 05

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0290
Scope and Contents This is oral history interview part 4 of 6 with Irving Bienstock. Irving Bienstock was born in Dortmund, Germany in 1926. Mr. Bienstock was persecuted by the Nazis and fled to the United States. At the time of the interview, Mr. Bienstock resided in Charlotte, NC where he volunteered with the Butterfly Project to educate children about the Holocaust. In this fourth interview, Irving Bienstock and Dana Kapustin talk about their trip to Israel. Funded by the Justice, Equality, Community Grant,...
Dates: 2020 June 05

Interview with Irving Bienstock [interview 5], 2020 June 10

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0291
Scope and Contents This is oral history interview part 5 of 6. Irving Bienstock was born in Dortmund, Germany in 1926. Mr. Bienstock was persecuted by the Nazis and fled to the United States. At the time of the interview, Mr. Bienstock resided in Charlotte, NC where he volunteered with the Butterfly Project to educate children about the Holocaust. In this interview, Irving Bienstock speaks on his relationship with Gertrude Wijsmuller, his time in an orphanage in Amsterdam, and his immigration to the United...
Dates: 2020 June 10

Interview with Irving Bienstock [interview 6], 2020 June 16

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0292
Scope and Contents Oral history interview part 6 of 6 with Irving Bienstock. Irving Bienstock was born in Dortmund, Germany in 1926. Mr. Bienstock was persecuted by the Nazis and fled to the United States. At the time of the interview, Mr. Bienstock resided in Charlotte, NC where he volunteered with the Butterfly Project to educate children about the Holocaust. In this interview, Irving Bienstock goes through a personal photo album and comments on each picture. Funded by the Justice, Equality, Community Grant,...
Dates: 2020 June 16

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Archival Object 299
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Subject
Oral histories 258
Sound recordings 224
Davidson College (N.C.) -- History 141
Davidson (N.C.) -- History 83
Davidson College -- Alumnae and alumni 69