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The Westside Stakeholders, 2007

Identifier: RG19-05-04

Scope and Contents

This series contains oral histories conducted for Dr. Pamela Grundy's HIS 353 course in the spring of 2007. These interviews focus on the West Davidson Stakeholder Committee, also known as the Westside Stakeholders. The Westside Stakeholder Committee was established by the Town of Davidson in early 2006. The Committee was an independent group of residents that worked with the Town government to respond to the needs of the Westside community. The 2006-2007 Stakeholders concentrated on some of the following issues: development, transportation needs, public safety, historic preservation, small business, affordable housing.


  • Creation: 2007

Conditions Governing Access

Some interviews in this sub-group may be subject to access restrictions designed to protect sensitive content or copyright. Interviews that do not have permission forms on file, or have other applied restrictions must be accessed onsite. If you have any questions, or would like to schedule an appointment, please email


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From the Sub-Group: English


The interviews in this series are arranged chronologically by interview date and then alphabetically by the last name of the interviewee. Student papers and projects that analyze the interviews are organized toward the end of the series.

Repository Details

Part of the Oral Histories & Interviews (RG19) Repository