Williams Jewish History Project collection
Scope and Contents
This collection includes oral histories from the Williams Jewish History Project. Both audio and transcripts are included.
- 1872 - 2006
Conditions Governing Access
Some oral history interviews are restricted.
Conditions Governing Use
In consultation with Special Collections staff, reproductions may be made upon request. Material in this collection may be subject to copyright and restriction on duplication. Consult Archives staff for further information.
Biographical / Historical
The Williams Jewish History Project began with Professor Brad Verter's 2001 course, Religion 209: American Jewish life. Subsequently, Carrie Greene continued the research as an independent study project and served as research assistant.
7.5 Linear Feet ((7 boxes) )
Language of Materials
Organized into six series: I. Williams Jewish oral history interviews, II. Religion 209: American Jewish history, III. Williams students, IV. Research in archival and manuscript collections, V. Fraternities research, VI. Notes on Williams Oral History Project interviews, VII. College and student publications, and VIII. Secondary sources.
L2 Storage, F8b.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transferred by Carrie Greene (Williams 1984), 2006-2011.
Processed by Sylvia Kennick Brown, July 2010.
- Williams Jewish History Project collection
- Nash, Katie
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