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Southern intellectual leaders (A) project : oral history, 1970-1974

Project: Southern intellectual leaders (A) project.
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Phys. Desc. :Transcripts 1497 pages Sound recordings 19 reels
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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This series of interviews with intellectual leaders in the South whose work fell predominantly in the period between the two World Wars deals with such topics as southern politics, race relations, the Federal Writers Project, journalism, and southern traditions Participants and pagination of transcripts: William T. Couch, 571; Jonathan Daniels, 176; Guy B. Johnson, 171; Broadus Mitchel, 165; Arthur Raper, 161; Rupert Vance, 106; Robert Penn Warren, 147 Each interviewee's oral history individually cataloged

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