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by Zachary Schrag
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Heddinger served as Chair of WMATA's Metro Accessibility Advisory Committee and worked to make the Metro system fully accessible to the disabled and those with limited mobility. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interviews with Wayne Horvitz, conducted January 30 - July 3,  1986  by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from five cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Loraine Bennett is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Ethel Delaney Lee is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interviews with Bob Baker, conducted February 24, 1988 by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interviews with Ken Moffett, conducted July 11, 1986 by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Richard Maulsby
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In 2014, several people who has worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Courtland Cox is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Kwame Holman
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Betty King is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Max Berry is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Vakil Smallen
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Oral history interview with Dale Lestina about his time working for the National Education Association.
Topics: NEA1007.RG, National Education Association Records-Special Collections
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interview with Kay McMurray, conducted June 20, 1986 by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interviews with Bernie Delury, conducted July 15, 1992 by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Warren Graves is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Edward Meyers is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interviews with Bernie Delurn, conducted June 4, 1991 by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Kay McGrath is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interviews with Peter Hurtgen, conducted February 1, 2005by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Jerome T. Barrett
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Oral history interviews with James Scearce, conducted April 29, 2010 by Jerome T. Barrett. LAC0007: Jerome T. Barrett Collection, Special Collections Research Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The finding aid to this collection can be found at https://library.gwu.edu/ead/lac0007.xml . Digital copies created from cassette tapes.
Topics: Federal Mediation and Concilation Service, LAC0007
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by Kwame Holman
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In 2014, several people who has worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Anita Bonds is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Margery and Barry Passett is part of this...
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Thornell Page is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Johnny Allem is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Tom Sherwood
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Richard Maulsby is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King and Richard Maulsby
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In 2014, several people who has worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Anita Bonds is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Albert Beveridge is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Zachary Schrag
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Vignelli was a graphics consultant and designer for the Metro system. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Zachary Schrag
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John Beerman served as chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in Northern Virginia. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Zachary Schrag
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Tennyson was a transportation consultant who also served as Public Works Planning Coordinator of Arlington County, VA. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Audrey Rowe is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Gladys Mack
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Kwame Holman is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Zachary Schrag
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Sarring is an architect and archaeologist who specializes in historic architecture and reconstruction. Kish was an architect with Harry Weese and Associates from 1967-68. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
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Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Gladys Mack
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Virginia Fleming is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Gladys Mack
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Delano Lewis is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Susan Meehan is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Richard Maulsby
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Edna Lucille Knowles is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Stuart Long is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Richard Maulsby
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Jose Gutierrez is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Romaine Thomas is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Heather Glady
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Hugh Valentine is the son of Geneva Valentine. Geneva Kent Valentine (1901-1971), a prominent businesswoman and community leader in Washington, DC, was the first African-American to gain membership in the National Association of Real Estate Boards, among many other achievements.
Topics: MS2340, Geneva Valentine Papers
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by Tom Sherwood and Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Gladys Mack is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Richard Maulsby
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Paul Kuntzler is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Vakil Smallen
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Oral history interview with John Dunlop about his time working for the National Education Association.
Topics: NEA1007.RG, National Education Association Records-Special Collections
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Sterling Tucker is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Zachary Schrag
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Lutz served as the 2nd General Manager of the Metro system and later was Vice President and Business Manager of the Washington Post. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Craig, an attorney with Covington and Burling, was an outspoken opponent of highway expansion in the Washington metropolitan area. He was also a member of the Committee of 100, a Washington, DC civic organization. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Peter Schott is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Patricia Seldon is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Zachary Schrag
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Heflin served as Design Manager at WMATA. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Zachary Schrag
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Joe Alexander was a member of the board of the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (WMATA), served as Fairfax County Supervisor, and strongly supported the expansion of Metrorail in Northern Virginia. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Richard Maulsby
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Robert Robinson is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Vakil Smallen
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Oral history interview with Richard Nuanes about his time working for the National Education Association.
Topics: NEA1007.RG, National Education Association Records-Special Collections
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In 2014, several people who has worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Ivanhoe Donaldson is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who has worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Lucie Oglivie is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Diane Lewis is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Zachary Schrag
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Charles Atherton served as Secretary of the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts from 1965-2004. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Zachary Schrag
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Wohl was a transportation expert and critic of mass transit projects.This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Zachary Schrag
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Warnecke was a noted architect who served as President Kennedy's advisor on arts and architecture. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Zachary Schrag
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Boleyn served as Chief of Finance for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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by Betty King
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In 2014, several people who has worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Lisa Berg is part of this project.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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by Zachary Schrag
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Kent Cooper, a Washington architect for more than 50 years. Cooper began his career in 1958 as overseer for architect Eero Saarinen in the construction of Washington Dulles International Airport. Over the next four decades, he and his firm, Cooper-Lecky, designed and remodeled churches in the Washington area, the Visitors Center at Great Falls, Va., station stops for WMATA, the official residence of the vice president and Blair House, which is the residence for presidential guests across...
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In 2014, several people who have worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Cora Masters Barry is part of this project.
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This is an interview conducted by Rick Massimo, Digital Writer/Editor with Vincent Gray for the 3-part program "The Making of Marion Barry," which aired on WTOP in November 2018.
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by Zachary Schrag
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Williams served as a member of the Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, and was a planner at the NCTA. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Vernon Garrett previously served as WMATA's Director of Engineering and Architecture. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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This is an interview conducted by Rick Massimo, Digital Writer/Editor with Betty King for the 3-part program "The Making of Marion Barry," which aired on WTOP in November 2018.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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2016 date is approximate. In 2014, several people who has worked for the 1978 Marion Barry campaign for mayor of Washington D.C. began an oral history project to document that historic and innovative campaign in which Barry instituted a strategy to attract dedicated and energetic political and community leaders with a desire to usher in a more progressive government. These campaign workers viewed this campaign as a crusade for the soul of the city. This oral history with Richard Maulsby Holman...
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project
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Caywood served as a Project Director for both the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) and Northeast Corridor Improvement Project. He was also previously President of engineering firm DeLeuw, Cather, and Co. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in...
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Pfanstiehl served as Director of Community Services for the NCTA, and later Director of WMATA's Community Services office. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Keith was the Project Director of the Mass Transportation Survey, which was authorized by Congress to assess transportation development in the DC region and completed in 1959. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Alan Boyd was appointed to serve as the nation's first Secretary of Transportation by President Lyndon Johnson in 1966 and remained in office until 1969. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Deen served as Director of Planning for the National Capital Transit Authority.This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Alper served as an attorney for the Joint Transportation Committee and later as Special Counsel for WMATA. This collection is comprised of oral histories collected by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Ison served as Risk Manager at WMATA. This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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Roy Dodge served as an engineer and construction supervisor of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). This interview is part of a collection of oral histories compiled by George Mason University professor Dr. Zachary Schrag as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA. The dissertation eventually became The Great Society Subway, a book published by Schrag in 2006.
Topics: MS2214, The Washington Metro Oral History Project Collection, 1975-2002
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This is an interview conducted by Rick Massimo, Digital Writer/Editor with Deniese Rolark Barnes for the 3-part program "The Making of Marion Barry," which aired on WTOP in November 2018.
Topics: MS2342, Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project