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Oral History: GCSU Special Collections: Tales From the Back Stoop

Oral histories are important sources of information for historians and researchers by providing valuable first hand accounts of events of a historical and social nature.

About "Tales from the Back Stoop"....

The Tales from the Back Stoop Collection currently contains 1.5 linear feet of material. Included in the collection are audiocassette recordings of interviews, typed transcriptions in paper and electronic format, and the script "The Day the Capitol Building Caught Fire" by David Muschell, adapted from stories by Furmor Hargrove, Harold Goodrich, and Billy Hargrove.

Samples from "Tales from the Back Stoop" Box List

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