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Special Collections: Atlantic City African American Oral History Project

Atlantic City African American Oral History Project

About the Collection

This project consists of interviews with 20 individuals in Atlantic City. The collection includes cassette tapes of interviews, transcripts, and newspaper articles. The interviews were conducted by Dr. Lisa Rosner's students in Historical Methods classes from 2004-2005.

Those interviewed were Lillian E. Bryant, Walter L. Colette, Elwood G. Davis, Art Dorrington, Dorothie Dorrington, Andrew Fields, Redenia Gilliam-Mosee, Carolyn Greenidge, Jean T. Griffin, Eleanor Hall, Ethyl Harris, Pierre Hollingsworth, Ralph Hunter, Keturah Jackson, Mamie G. Jackson, Ida Jones, Joanna LaSane, Ada McClinton, Eugene Robinson, Barbara Saunders, John P. Whittington, and Patti Harris Young.

Andy Beutel, Mary Ann Busan, Jeff Butler, Matt Cali, Christin Carpani, James Cotton, Tulia DaSilva, Tania DiDonardo, Stefanie Echols, Andrew Feard, Matt Lario, Tom Lawrence, Jeanette Layton, Megan Lindsay, Ioanna Mathioudakis, Courtney McCann, Matthew McDermott, Rosemary Militano, Dean Monjoy, Alison Murphy, Kate Napolitano, John O'Neill, Alberto Ortiz, Amanda Paggi, Ryan Parris, Charlie Reuter, Robin Riqueime, Rhiana Rodriguez, Mike Rogers, Kelly Sczcech, Robert Spahr, Rebecca Vanucci, Richard Walsh, and Ryan Wydra were the students who conducted the interviews.

Collection processed by Bryant Nguyen, Special Collections intern, Spring 2023.

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While Stockton University’s Bjork Library’s Special Collection and Archives owns the collection, Stockton may not own the copyright for all of the items. Researchers wishing to reproduce materials are responsible for obtaining the proper permissions.