Local 1199 Oral History Project

Collection Number: 5680 OH

Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Local 1199 Oral History Project, 1975-2008
Collection Number:
5680 OH
Creator:
Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Employees Union (RWDSU); National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees (NUHHCE); Local 1199; Greenberg, Brian; Fink, Leon
Quantity:
55.2 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
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Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
The unedited oral history interviews of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees discuss the evolution of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union drugstore local (known as Local 1199 and District 1199), representing pharmacists and drug clerks in New York City, into an international union of professional and non-professional workers in voluntary and non-profit health institutions, including hospitals, clinics and nursing homes, as well as drug stores.
Language:
Collection material in English


ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

Between 1933 and 1957, 1199 functioned as a drugstore local with its membership growing to 5,000 workers employed in independent and chain drugstores throughout the New York metropolitan area. With its success in organizing workers in Montefiore Hospital in New York City, the union began a massive campaign to organize workers in voluntary and non-profit hospitals in the New York area, a large proportion of whom were black or Hispanic. In 1973, the national union was established with locals in other states, including Pennsylvania, Maryland, South and North Carolina, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. The union combined organizing efforts with civil rights organizations, in an effort to achieve mutual political goals. Throughout the period discussed in these interviews, the union was led by Leon Davis (president, Local 1199 and the National Union) whose administration guided the union's political and social activities. The unedited oral history interviews of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees discuss the evolution of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union drugstore local, representing pharmacists and drug clerks in New York City (known as Local 1199 and District 1199) into an international union of non-professional and professional workers in voluntary and non-profit health institutions, including hospitals, clinics and nursing homes, as well as drugstores.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Interviews with union leaders, delegates, and members include Ernestine Bowen, Thelma Bowles, Grace Glassberg, Nellie Morris, Mildren Reeves, Mary Riley, Betty Rosoff, Doris Turner, Kay Tillow, Sarah Goldstein, Diane Bianculli, Hilda Joquin, Ida Cameron, and other women and men.
Consists of one hundred and fifty hours (eighty-three transcriptions) of interviews relating to the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees.
These interviews were begun in 1975 as a pilot study funded by the union and initially focused on the development of work-related conflict and union organization in Montefiore Hospital, Bronx, New York. The investigators, Brian Greenberg and Leon Fink, later extended their analysis of Montefiore to cover the major events that occurred in the development of 1199 through 1973. The respondents in this collection of interviews include officers and staff of 1199; rank and file membership; delegates and organizers; individuals involved with the Charleston, South Carolina hospital strike (1969); administrators of various New York City hospitals; and prominent labor, civil rights and health care industry figures.
SUBJECTS

Names:
AFL-CIO
AFSCME
American Federation of Labor
American Labor Council
American Labor Party
Beth-El Hospital (New York, N.Y.)
Beth-Israel Hospital (New York, N.Y.)
Black Panther Party
Bronx Hospital
Brotherhood Party (New York, N.Y.)
Catholic Church. Archdiocese of New York (N.Y.)
Charleston Citizen Education Program
Charleston Community Relations Committee
Charleston Concerned Citizens Committee
Charleston Medical College Hospital
Citizens Committee for Justice to Hospital Workers
Congress of Racial Equality
Federation of Jewish Hospitals
Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York.
Greater New York Hospital Association
Henry Ford Hospital (Detroit, Mich.)
Honest Ballot Association
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America. Local 237.
International Union of United Brewery, Flour, Cereal, Soft Drink, and Distillery Workers of America
League of Voluntary Hospitals and Homes of New York
Lenox Hill Hospital (New York, N.Y.)
Maimonides Hospital (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)
Maimonides Mental Health Center (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital
Methodist Hospital (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)
Montefiore Hospital Medical Group (New York, N.Y.)
Mount Sinai Hospital (New York, N.Y.)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Conference of Catholic Charities
National Council of Negro Women
National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees
National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees. District 1199.
National Union of Hospital and Nursing Home Employees
National Urban League
Negro American Labor Council (1960)
New York City Central Labor Council
New York Hospital Board
Permanent Administrative Committee (New York, N.Y.)
Pharmacists' Union of Greater New York
Professional Nurses' Association
Red Cap Pullman Porters
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union. Local 1199 Drug and Hospital Employees Union (New York, N.Y.)
Service Employees' International Union
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Trade Union Unity League (U.S.)
United Farm Workers
United Hospital Fund
United Nations
United Public Workers of America
United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
United States. Department of Justice.
United States. Department of Labor.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
United States. Office of Civil Rights Compliance.
United States. Office of Justice Assistance, Research, and Statistics.
Whelan's Drugs
Abernathy, Ralph. (Ralph David). 1926-
Anderson, Billy
Arana, Gloria
Ayash, Eddie
Badillo, Herman, 1929-2014
Balancia, Charles.
Barker, Sylvia
Barkum, Marie
Beame, Abraham D. (Abraham David), 1906-2001
Begel, Jack
Belchman, Arnold
Berenger, Hiram
Bianculli, Diane
Bowles, Thelma
Bowen, Ernestine
Boykin, Jim
Bragg, Edward
Brand, Rose
Broomer, Sy
Al-Amin, Jamil, 1943-
Brown, Joseph
Bryant, Jim
Burgess, Clifton
Burke, Bob
Buttenwieser, Benjamin
Buttenwieser, Helen
Cameron, Ida
Carbonnel, Ricky
Carlino, Anthony
Carlino, Joseph
Carmichael, Stokely, 1941-1998
Cherkasky, Martin
Clark, Evans, 1888-1970
Clark, Septima Poinsette, 1898-1987
Coffee, Edward
Connorton, John
Copper, Gouvenir
Corbett, Raymond
Corbin, Saul
Cordero, Salvadore, 1876-1951
Cosby, Cassie
Cruz, Emerito
Danielli, Andrew
David, Aberdeen
Davis, Leon J. (Leon Julius), 1907-
DeMarco, Edward
Downs, Ken
Dubin, Marshall
Ehrlichman, John
Epstein, Harry
Farmer, James, 1920-1999
Feinberg, I. Robert (Irving Robert), 1912-1975
Felix, Harold
Ferrara, Claude
Field, Felix
Fitzpatrick, James Henry, 1922-
Foner, Moe, 1915-
Fox, Larry
Freedman, Jesse
Glassberg, Grace
Godoff, Elliott.
Godoff, Lillian
Goffshagen, Irving
Goldman, Milton
Goldstein, Sarah
Gorelick, Howard
Grant, Henry, Rev.
Greenberg, Max
Haldeman, H. R. (Harry R.), 1926-1993
Harrison, Mae
Healey, James H., 1920-
Heldeman, Robert
Herbst, Frankie
Hodara, Morris
Hoffa, James R. (James Riddle), 1913-
Hurt, Frank D.
Jenkins, Essau
Joaquin, Hilda
Kamenkowitz, Phil
Katz, Bernie
Katz, Morris
Kaufman, David
Kay, Edward
Kempton, Murray, 1917-1997
Kennedy, Edward M. q (Edward Moore), 1932-2009
Kennedy, Ethel, 1928-
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968
Kilbourne, Thomas
King, Coretta Scott, 1927-2006
King, Martin Luther, 1899-1984
King, Telbert
Kirchway, Fieda
Kirschner, Abe
Kosloski, Al
La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Fiorello Henry), 1882-1947
Landsberg, Arthur
Lehman, Herbert H. (Herbert Henry), 1878-1963
Lerner, Oscar
Levinson, Stanley
Lewis, Bill B.
Lichtenstein, Howard
Lindsay, John V. (John Vliet)
Livingston, David
Lovestone, Jay
Malave, Ramon
McCain, Robert
Meany, George, 1894-
Metzger, Norman, 1924-
Michaelson, Bill
Mitchell, Ted
Molosky, Sollie
Mondale, Walter F., 1928-
Monserrat, Joseph
Morris, Nellie
Moultries, Mary
Moynihan, Daniel P. (Daniel Patrick), 1927-2003
Muehlenkamp, Robert
Nicholas, Henry
Olson, Jesse
O'Neil, Jonnie
Oritz, Arquilla
Otley, Peter
Pagan, Julio
Paley, Hank
Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr., 1908-1972
Provasti, Leo
Quill, Mike
Ramirez, Armando
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip), 1889-1979
Raskin, A. H. (Abraham Henry), 1911-
Reeves, Mildred
Reuther, Walter, 1907-1970
Riesel, Victor
Riesenfeld, Victor
Riley, Mary, 1946-
Rivera, Gayetano
Rivers, Mendel L., 1905-1970
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
Rose, Alfred
Rosoff, Betty
Roth, Karl
Rustin, Bayard, 1910-
Ryan, Margaret
Sanchez, Eddie
Santiago, Lorenzo
Schiff, Doris
Schmuckler, Sam
Screvane, Paul Rogers, 1914-
Sheppard, Floyd
Shultz, George P.
Silver, Charles H.
Small, Howard
Smith, Alfred Emanuel, 1873-1944
Spellman, Francis, 1889-1967
Steinbach, Max
Steinberg, Martin
Stern, Irving
Stevens, Bernie
Taylor, Doris
Taylor, William
Thomas, Joella
Thurmond, Strom, 1902-
Tillow, Kay
Tompkins, Elon
Turner, Doris
Van Arsdale, Harry, 1905-1986
Wagner, Robert F., 1910-
Wechsler, James Arthur, 1915-
Weinberg, Luther
Weingarten, Victor
White, David
Wilkins, Roy, 1901-1981
Wurf, Jerry, 1919-1981
X, Malcolm, 1925-1965
Young, Andrew, 1932-
Zimmerman, Charles, 1852-1908

Subjects:
Absenteeism. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Afro-American. Civil rights. South Carolina. Charleston.
Afro-Americans. Civil rights. United States.
Afro- Americans. South Carolina. Charleston. Politics and suffrage.
Arbitration, Industrial. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Arbitration, Industrial. Hospitals. New York (State).
Arbitration, Industrial. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston.
Arbitration, Industrial. Hospitals. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Law and legislation. United States.
Arbitration, Industrial. Municipal employees. New York (State)
Charleston (S.C.). Race Relations.
Collective bargaining. Hospitals. Law and legislation. New York (State)
Collective bargaining. Hospitals. Law and legislation. United States.
Collective bargaining. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Collective bargaining. Hospitals. New York (State)
Collective bargaining. Hospitals. Pennsylvania.
Collective bargaining. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston.
Collective bargaining. Hospitals. United States.
Collective bargaining. Law and legislation. New York (State)
Collective bargaining. Law and legislation. United States.
Collective labor agreements. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Employee attitudes. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Employee attitudes. Hospitals. United States.
Employee fringe benefits. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Employees, Dismissal of. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Employees, Dismissal of. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston.
Employees, Training of. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Employees, Training of. Hospitals. United States.
Grievance procedures. Drug trade. New York (N.Y.)
Grievance procedures. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Hospital employees. New York (N.Y.). Political activity.
Hospital employees. Unionization. New York (State).
Hospital employees. United States. Unionization.
Hospitals. Industrial relations. New York (N.Y.)
Hospitals. Industrial relations. United States.
Hospitals. Personnel management. New York (N.Y.)
Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston. Personnel management.
Hours of labor. Drug trade. New York (N.Y.)
Hours of labor. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Hours of labor. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston.
Insurance, Disability. Hospital employees. New York (N.Y.)
Job descriptions. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Job descriptions. Nurses. New York (N.Y.)
Job satisfaction. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Job security. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Labor and laboring classes. Education. New York (State)
Labor discipline. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Labor disputes. Hospitals. United States.
Labor-management cooperation. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Labor productivity. Drug trade. New York (N.Y.)
Labor turnover. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Labor turnover. Hospitals. United States.
Labor violence. New York (N.Y.)
Layoffs. Drug trade. United States.
Layoffs. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Mediation and conciliation, Industrial. Hospitals. New York (State)
Misconduct. Drug trade. New York (N.Y.)
National health insurance. United States.
New York (N.Y.). Race relations.
Nurses. In-service training. New York (N.Y.)
Nurses. Salaries, pensions, etc. New York (N.Y.)
Occupations and race. Drugstores. New York (N.Y.)
Occupations and race. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Occupations and race. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston.
Open and closed shop. Hospitals. United States.
Pensions. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Position classification. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Promotions. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Public relations. Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.)
Public relations. Trade-unions. United States.
Rank and file participation.
Rank and file participation. Drug trade employees. New York (N.Y.)
Rank and file participation. New York (N.Y.)
Recruiting of employees. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Seniority, Employee. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Social security. Law and legislation. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Drug trade. New York (N.Y.)
Strikes and lockouts. Drug trade. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Strikes and lockouts. Hospitals. Pennsylvania.
Strikes and lockouts. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston.
Strikes and lockouts. Hospitals. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. Law and legislation. New York (State).
Strikes and lockouts. Law and legislation. United States.
Strikes and lockouts. New York (State). State supervision.
Strikes and lockouts. Sanitation workers. South Carolina. Charleston.
Strikes and lockouts. South Carolina. Charleston. State supervision.
Supervision of employees. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-union democracy.
Trade-union dues.
Trade-union dues. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-union dues. United States.
Trade-union leadership. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-union leadership. United States.
Trade-union representatives. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-union solidarity. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-union solidarity. United States.
Trade-union structure. United States.
Trade-unions. Agricultural workers. United States. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Clothing workers. South Carolina. Charleston.
Trade-unions. Clothing workers. United States. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Drug trade employees. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-unions. Drug trade employees. New York (State). Organizing.
Trade- unions. Drugstore employees. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-unions. Hospitals. Maryland. Baltimore. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. Michigan. Detroit. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. New Jersey.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-unions. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.). Organizing.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.). Public opinion.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. New York (State). Organizing.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. Pennsylvania. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. United States.
Trade-unions. Hospitals. United States. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Maryland. Baltimore. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Michigan. Detroit. Organizing.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Afro-American membership.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Certification.
Trade unions. New York (N.Y.). Cultural activity.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Elections of officials.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Jurisdictional disputes.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Minority membership.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Organizing.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Puerto Rican membership.
Trade-unions. New York (N.Y.). Social activity.
Trade-unions. New York (State). Organizing.
Trade-unions. Nurses. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-unions. Nurses. United States.
Trade-unions. Pennsylvania. Afro-American membership.
Trade-unions. Pennsylvania. Minority membership.
Trade-unions. Pennsylvania. Organizing.
Trade-unions. Pharmacists. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-unions. Porters. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-unions. South Carolina. Charleston. Organizing
Trade-unions. Taxicab drivers. New York (N.Y.). Organizing
Trade-unions. United States. Afro-American membership
Trade-unions. United States. Corrupt practices
Trade-unions. United States. Minority membership
Trade-unions. United States. Recognition
Trade-unions. United States. Social action
Trade-unions. White collar workers. New York (N.Y.)
Trade-unions. White collar workers. United States
Unemployment. Drug trade. United States
Unfair labor practices. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Wages. Drug trade. New York (N.Y.)
Wages. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Wages. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston
Wages. Hospitals. United States
Wages. Law and legislation. United States
Wages. Minimum wage. Law and legislation. United States
Work assignments. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Work rules. Drug trade. New York (N.Y.)
Workers' education. Hospital employees. New York (N.Y.)
Working conditions. Drugstores. New York (N.Y.)
Working conditions. Hospitals. New York (N.Y.)
Working conditions. Hospitals. South Carolina. Charleston
Working conditions. Hospitals. United States
World War, 1939-1945. Afro-Americans

Geographic Subjects:
United States. Race relations

Form and Genre Terms:
Oral histories


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CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
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2nd interview
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Box 6 Folder 1 1975
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tape 1/side 2
Box 6 Folder 3 1975
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Box 6 Folder 4 1977
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Box 6 Folder 5 1977
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Box 6 Folder 6 1975
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Box 6 Folder 7 1975
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Box 6 Folder 8 1975
side 1 only -- box is EMPTY, leaving it with collection in case the tape shows up
Box 6 Folder 9 1975
tape 2/side 1
Box 7 Folder 1 1975
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Box 7 Folder 2
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 7 Folder 3 1977
tape 1/side 1
Box 7 Folder 4 1975
tape 1/side 1
Box 7 Folder 5 1977
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Box 7 Folder 6 1977
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Box 8 Folder 3 1977
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Box 8 Folder 4 1976
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Box 20 Folder 8 1982
side 1
Box 20 Folder 9 1982
side 2
Box 21 Folder 1 1977
side 1 only
Box 21 Folder 2 1985
tape 1/side 1 only
Box 21 Folder 3 1985
tape 1/side 1 of 3
Box 21 Folder 4 1985
tape 1/side 2 of 3
Box 21 Folder 5 1985
tape 1/3 of 3
Box 21 Folder 6
side 2
Box 21 Folder 7
side 1
Box 21 Folder 8 1975
side 1
Box 21 Folder 9 1976
side 2
Box 22 Folder 1 1975
side 1
Box 22 Folder 2 1975
side 2
Box 22 Folder 3 1975
side 3 (A side only)
Box 22 Folder 4 1976
tape 3/side 2
Box 22 Folder 5 1977
tape III/side 1 only
Box 22 Folder 6 1977
tape 1/side 1
Box 22 Folder 7 1977
tape 1/side 2
Box 22 Folder 8 1977
tape II/side 2
Box 22 Folder 9 1977
tape II/side 1
Box 23 Folder 1 1976
tape 2/side A only
Box 23 Folder 2 1976
tape 1/side 1
Box 23 Folder 3 1976
tape 1/side 2
Box 23 Folder 4 1976
tape 3/side 1
Box 23 Folder 5 1976
tape 4/side 1
Box 23 Folder 6 1976
tape 4/side 2
Box 23 Folder 7 1976
tape 1/side 2
Box 23 Folder 8 1976
tape 1/side 1
Box 23 Folder 9 1977
Box 24 Folder 1 1977
tape 1/side 2
Box 24 Folder 2 1977
tape 1/side 1
Box 24 Folder 3 1976
side 1
Box 24 Folder 4
side 1
Box 24 Folder 5 1976
side 2
Box 24 Folder 6
side 2
Box 24 Folder 7 1977
tape 1/side 2
Box 24 Folder 8 1977
tape 1/side 1
Box 24 Folder 9
tape II/side 1 only
Box 24 Folder 10 1977
tape 1/side 2
Box 25 Folder 1 1977
tape 1/side 1
Box 25 Folder 2 1976
side 1
Box 25 Folder 3 1976
side 2
Box 25 Folder 4
side 2
Box 25 Folder 5
side 1
Box 25 Folder 6 1977
tape 2/side 2
Box 25 Folder 7 1977
tape 2/side 1
Box 25 Folder 8 1977
tape 1/side A
Box 25 Folder 9 1977
side 2
Box 33 1977
Box 34
Box 35
Box 36
Box 37
Box 38
Box 39
Box 40
Box 41
Box 42
Box 43
Box 44
Box 45 1980
Box 46 1976
Box 47
Box 48 1980
Box 49 1977
Box 50
Box 51 1977
Box 52
Box 53
Box 54
Box 55 1977
Box 56 1977
Box 57 1977
Box 58 1976
Box 59 1975
Box 60
Box 61 1975
Box 62
Box 63 1980
Box 64
Box 65 1977
Box 66 1977
Box 67 1976
Box 68 1976
Box 69 1977
Box 70 1980
Box 71 1980
Box 72 1979
Box 73 1979
Box 74
Box 75
Box 76
Box 77 1976
Box 78
Box 79 1977
Box 80 1979
Box 81 1979
Box 82 1980
Box 83
Box 84
Box 85 1977
interview not labeled
Box 86 1977
interview not labeled
Box 87
interview not labeled
Box 88
interview not labeled
Box 89 1977
interview not numbered
Box 90
interview not numbered
Box 91
interview not numbered
Box 93 1977
interview tape not numbered
Box 94 1976
interview tape not numbered
Box 95 1977
interview tape not numbered
Box 95 1976
Box 96 1977
Box 97 1976
tape 1
Box 98 1976
tape 2
Box 99 1977
Box 100 1978
tape 2
Box 101 1982
tape 2
Box 102 1978
tape 1
Box 103
tape 3
Box 104 1977
Box 105 1975
Box 106 1975
Box 107 1976
Box 108 1976
tape 1
Box 109 1977
Box 110
Box 111
Box 112 1975
Box 113 1976
Box 114 1976
tape 1
Box 115
tape 2
Box 116 1975
tape 2
Box 117 1975
tape 1
Box 118 1977
Box 119 1975
Box 120
Box 121 1975
Box 122
Box 123
Box 124
Box 125
Box 126 1977
tape 1
Box 127 1975
tape 1
Box 128 1975
Box 129
tape 2
Box 130 1977
tape 1
Box 131
Box 132
Box 133
Box 134 1976
Box 135 1977
Box 136 1976
Box 137 1976
tape 1
Box 138 1976
tape 2
Box 139 1976
tape 2
Box 140 1976
tape 1
Box 141 1977
Box 142 1977
tape 1
Box 143
Box 144 1977
Box 145 1985
Box 146 1976
Box 147 1977
tape 1
Box 148 1977
tape 1
Box 149 1977
Box 150 1977
Box 151 1976
Box 152 1976
Box 153 1980
tape 1
Box 154 1980
tape 2
Box 155 1977
Box 156 1977
Box 157 1976
Box 158 1976
Box 159
tape 1
Box 160
tape 2
Box 161 1976
tape 1
Box 162 1976
Box 163 1975
Box 164
Box 165 1982
Box 166 1988
Box 167
tape II
Box 168 1977
tape 1
Box 169 1977
tape 2
Box 170 1977
tape 1
Box 171 1976
Box 172
Box 173 1975
Box 174 1975
Box 175 1975
Box 176 1975
Box 177 1976
Box 178 1976
tape 2
Box 179 1976
tape 3
Box 180 1976
tape 4
Box 181 1976
tape I
Box 182 1977
tape II
Box 183 1977
tape III
Box 184 1976
tape 1
Box 185 1976
tape 2
Box 186 1985
tape 1
Box 187 1985
tape 2
Box 188 1977
Box 189
Box 190 1976
Box 191
Box 192 1977
Box 193 1982
Box 194
Box 195 1977
tape 1
Box 196 1989
Box 197 1977
tape I
Box 198 1976
Box 199 1977
Box 200 1977
tape 1
Box 201 1977
tape 1
Box 202 1977
Box 203 1976
tape 1
Box 204 1976
tape 2
Box 205 1976
side 1 only
Box 206 1977
side 1 & 2
Box 207 1975
Box 208 1975
Box 209 1975
Box 210 1975
Box 211 1975
Box 212 1976
Box 213 1977
Box 214 1976
tape 1
Box 215
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 216
tape 1
Box 217
Box 218 1977
tape 1
Box 219 1977
tape 2
Box 220 1975
Box 221 1975
tape 1/side 2
Box 222
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 223 1977
Box 224 1979
tape 1
Box 225 1975
side 1 only
Box 226 1977
tape 1
Box 227
tape 1
Box 228
tape 2
Box 229 1975
tape 1
Box 230 1975
tape 2
Box 232 1976
copy
Box 233 1975
copy
Box 234 1975
side A only / copy
Box 235 1976
copy
Box 236 1976
tape 4/copy
Box 237 1977
copy
Box 238 1977
Box 239 1976
tape 1
Box 240
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 241 1978
tape 1
Box 242 1978
tape 2
Box 243 1985
Box 244 1988
Box 245 1982
tape II
Box 246 1982
tape 3
Box 247 1976
Box 248
tape 1
Box 249
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 250 1977
tape 1
Box 251 1977
tape 1
Box 252 1977
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 253 1976
Box 254 1980
tape 1
Box 255 1980
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 256 1976
Box 257 1976
tape 2/side 1 only
Box 258 1976
tape 1
Box 259 1976
Box 260 1977
tape 1
Box 261 1975
Box 262 1975
Box 263 1977
tape 1
Box 264 1977
tape 1
Box 265 1977
tape II/copy
Box 266 1977
Box 267 1976
copy
Box 268 1977
tape II/copy
Box 269 1977
tape III/copy
Box 270 1976
tape 3 / copy
Box 271 1977
tape 1/copy
Box 272
copy
Box 273 1976
Box 274 1976
side 1 only
Box 275 1976
Box 276 1976
tape 2
Box 277 1976
tape 1
Box 278 1977
side 1
Box 279 1977
side 1 only
Box 280 1977
side 1 only
Box 281 1976
tape 1
Box 282 1982
Box 283 1977
side 1 only
Box 284
Box 285 1977
tape 1
Box 286 1976
tape 1
Box 287 1976
tape 2
Box 287
tape 2
Box 288 1977
tape 1
Box 289 1975
Box 290 1977
side 1 only
Box 291 1985
tape 1
Box 292 1975
Box 293 1975
Box 294 1975
Box 295 1976
Box 296 1976
Box 297 1985
tape 1
Box 298
Box 299
side 1 only
Box 300 1977
tape 1 only
Box 301 1977
tape 1/copy
Box 302 1976
copy
Box 303 1976
copy
Box 304 1976
copy
Box 305
copy
Box 306 1977
tape II/copy
Box 308 2006
Box 309 2007
Box 310 2006
Box 311 2007
Box 312 2007
Box 313 2006
Box 314 2006
Box 315 2006
Box 316 2007
Box 317 2006
Box 318 2007
Box 319 2006
Box 320 2006
Box 321 2008
Box 322 2006
Box 323 2006
tape 2
Box 324 2006
Box 325 2006
Box 326
Box 327 2006
Box 328 2006
Box 329 2006
Box 330 2006
Box 331 2006