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Guide to the Oral History of the American Left Collection
||Oral History of the American Left Collection
||The Tamiment Library at New York University established the Oral History of the American
Left in 1976 in order to collect and preserve the memories of veteran activists. These
interviews describe seven decades of Left politics from the 1910s through the 1970s.
They document the full spectrum of left politics in the twentieth century, including
socialism, Communism, anarchism, Trotskyism, and the New Left. There are interviews
with both leaders and rank-and-file activists.
||30.0 linear feet in 11 record cartons and 19 compact disk boxes.
||Access compact disks and transcripts are stored at Bobst. Master cassettes for Series
1 are stored offsite. Materials from Series 2-9 are stored at Bobst or offsite. Please
contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Language of Materials note:
||Materials are in English, unless otherwise noted at the interview level.