Alumnae Oral History Project
Alumnae Oral History Project, 2010-2013
11 boxes (4.6 linear ft.)
Collection number: RG12
The Smith College Alumnae Oral History Project collection is comprised of oral histories conducted with alumnae during Reunion weekends in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The collection contains video recordings, transcripts, and project records.
Terms of Access and Use:
Restrictions on access:Restrictions on use:
The records are open for research according to the regulations of the Smith College Archives except as follows:
2010: No restrictions on use of transcripts or DVDs. Online access permitted with the exception of the following narrators: Katherine Evans, Nina Moe, Sindhumathi Revuluri, Jessica Rowe, Brittain Skinner, and Ana Tolentino. 2011: No restrictions on use of transcripts or DVDs. Online access permitted with the exception of the following narrators: Adele Baydin, Mary Bickerton, Carole DeSanti, Yvonne Johns, Phyllis (Patti) Klein, Marilyn Carson Nelson, Joyce Spencer, Eleanor Woods. 2012: No restrictions on use of transcripts or DVDs with the exception of Patricia Cunningham, Sandra Gleason, and the Group interview 1982, who restricted their interviews to the members of the Smith community. Online access permitted with the exception of the following narrators: Group interview 1957, Paula Duffy, Natalie Field, Marcy Friedman, Marlene Futterman, Jerri Pantages Long, and Brenda Lewis. 2013: No restrictions on use of transcripts or MP4s with the exception of the following interviews, which are open only to the Smith College Community: Jennifer Barone, Alexandra Dellerson, Martha Clough Engeman, Sharon Leyhow, and Catherine Pyun. Online access permitted with the exception of the following interviews: Jennifer Barone, Jennifer Harmon, Alix Kolar, Susan Korgen, Lori Lober, Eileen M. Ouellette, Catherine Pyun, Nancy Hutchens Reif, Emma Roderick, Marjorie Scheffer, Maria Sclafani, Mary Oakes Smith, Martha Gregory Tolles, and Barbara Ehrlich White. Access to Cynthia Kohlbry is by permission of the narrator only.
Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish material from the collection must be requested from the College Archives.
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