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Blodgett, Jan, 1954-

 Person

Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:

Common Ground Records

 Collection
Identifier: DC056
Scope and Contents Series Description: The collection consists of minutes of both public meetings and the Executive Council, as well as the Community Relations Task Force. Also included are agendas, correspondence, and email correspondence. Additionally, the collection includes records from the Mediation Committee, SWAT, Committee for Affordable Housing, and the Drug and Alcohol Committee, publicity files, news clippings, copies of an annotated bibliography on race relations prepared by Heather Baker, Jim...
Dates: 1995 - 2003

Interview about The Ada Jenkins Center, 2002 August 17

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHI-0105
Scope and Contents

Interviewees: Peggy Brown, Nancy Abasiekong, Dora Dubose, and Isaac Applewhite. Interviewer: Jan Blodgett. Transcriber: Emily Hammock.

Dates: 2002 August 17

Interview with Aileen Cantrell, 2001 January 08

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHI-0084
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Group:

The Davidson College Community-Based sub-group consists of oral histories and interviews that explore the history and culture of the Town of Davidson and other local communities. The sub-group contains interviews with long-time Davidson residents, select college faculty and staff, alumni/ae who called the area home, and representatives from community organizations.

Dates: 2001 January 08

Interview with Annie Mildred Lowery, 2003 September 16

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHI-0093
Scope and Contents In this interview Annie Mildred Lowery talks about her life in Davidson throughout the years and her deep involvement with the community. She gives valuable accounts about the beginnings of Town Day and the Community Development club, which later turned into the Piedmont Development Club. Lowery also mentions the William Werthis Club and other community members such as Reverend Pritchett and Ms. Maggie Smith. She similarly discusses many efforts to offer recreational activities for the Black...
Dates: 2003 September 16

Interview with Barry A. Teague '65, 2011 February 25

 Item — Cd box 1: Series RG19-01-01; Series RG19-01-03; Series RG19-05-01; Series RG19-05-02; Series RG19-05-03; Series RG19-05-04, Optical Disc sleeve: CD 122
Identifier: OHI-0030
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: 2011 February 25

Interview with Baxter Maurice Ritchie '58, 2008 April 26

 Item — Cd box 1: Series RG19-01-01; Series RG19-01-03; Series RG19-05-01; Series RG19-05-02; Series RG19-05-03; Series RG19-05-04, Optical Disc sleeve: CD 64
Identifier: OHI-0022
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: 2008 April 26

Interview with Betty "Bee Jay" Caldwell, 2016 September 08

 Item
Identifier: OHI-0222
Scope and Contents Betty Caldwell shares a colorful recollection of memories from her childhood and adult life, focusing on her experience living in the Pottstown neighborhood of Huntersville. She describes her experience attending a Rosenwald school and the days of the Huntersville Colored School, which became Torrence-Lytle High School in 1953/54. Her words describe much of the social life in Pottstown, with memories of picnics, sports, pictures, food, and the role of the AME Zion Church. Caldwell comments...
Dates: 2016 September 08

Interview with David A. Huffines '42, 2004 September 25

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHI-0006
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: 2004 September 25

Interview with E. M. Hicks and Dolly G. White, 2000 September 18

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHI-0077
Scope and Contents

Jan Blodgett interviews Dolly G. White [Hicks] and her husband E.M. Hicks in 2000.

In the interview, Jan Blodgett refers to Dolly as "Dolly Hicks" but in most historical records outside of this interview Dolly is commonly known as "Dolly G. White" (White is her first husband's name). This name clarification is important because E.M. Hick's first wife was Dorothy "Dolly" Hicks (b.1920- d.1988).

Dates: 2000 September 18

Interview with Erving McClain, 2001 March 30

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHI-0087
Scope and Contents

Erving McClain, a Davidson-born and raised inhabitant, shares many details about her elementary and high school years in Ada Jenkins and Torrence-Lytle. She talks about her further studies, her work as a nurse, and her family. Moreover, McCain mentions her involvement with the community through different committees and her efforts to keep the Ada Jenkins Center open as a school. She also talks about the social environment on Main Street, its businesses, and people.

Dates: 2001 March 30

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Type
Archival Object 42
Collection 1
 
Subject
Sound recordings 42
Oral histories 39
Davidson (N.C.) -- History 28
Davidson College (N.C.) -- History 14
Norman, Lake (N.C. : Lake) 5