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Campus Folksong Club Oral Histories Project (Born Digital Records)

Campus Folksong Club Oral Histories Project (Born Digital Records), 2006-2007, includes interviews of Doyle Moore, Archie Green, Judy McCulloh, Fritz Plous, Viktor Lukas, Jarvis Rich, Glenn Ohrlin, Jonathan Allen, Neil Rosenberg, and Lyle Mayfield, who are former students, faculty and associates, and performers with ties to the University Folksong Club. Interviews concern these individuals' academic and professional backgrounds; their valuable perspective on the Campus Folksong Club; the Club's role in the folksong movement of the 1960s and the role it played in their lives. Materials also include consent forms, and working notes taken by project director Tracie Wilson.

For more information about the Campus Folksong Club, see the CFC Oral History Summary in the Reference Materials folder.

Audio recordings are available in the Club's website through the link provided above, and interview transcripts are available upon request.

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