Interviews

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms
Scope Note: NOT for oral histories or film/tv/radio interviews- for these see LC terms.

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Jay Arnold Carpenter Papers

 Collection
Identifier: NC800
Abstract Jay Arnold Carpenter (1883-1965) was a Nevada professor of mining engineering; chair of the Department of Mackay School of Mines, 1926-1951; director of the Nevada State Bureau of Mines, 1939-1951; consultant, Metal Research Company, 1942-1944; and member of the Nevada State Planning Board, 1940-1951. The collection contains research material on Nevada mines (metals of all types) and mining companies, including the Comstock Lode; engineering field notebooks, correspondence, maps, class notes...
Dates: 1875-1964

Emminger Family Recordings

 Collection
Identifier: 89-72
Abstract

Interviews of Mr. William Glenn Emminger and Mrs. Tracy Hartsough Emminger by Willard F. Day include discussions on Rochester, Tonopah, and Unionville, Nevada; Jack (Andrew Jackson) Longstreet's anti-union activities and other stories; Rawhide Jack Davis; and on Mrs. Emminger's father, Louis C. Hartsough and his tales of General George A. Custer.

Dates: 1962 August 28

Jane Lehrman Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 94-12
Abstract

Includes clippings about Jane Lehrman's (1932-2019) book, 'Around Douglas', copies of some of her published newspaper articles, and articles about her other activities.

Dates: 1984-1994

Maya Miller Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 95-107
Abstract

Materials cover the life and work of philanthropist, feminist, political activist, and one-time Nevada U. S. Senate candidate, Maya Miller from the years 1953-2003. The collection includes correspondence, speeches, campaign materials, news clips, agendas, bulletins, reports, and audio/visual resources with particular emphasis placed on Miller's position as Chairperson on the Board of Directors for the Las Vegas-based community development corporation, Operation Life.

Dates: 1954-2003

Northern Nevada at the Turn of the Millennium Project Interviews

 Collection
Identifier: 2012-14
Abstract Northern Nevada at the Turn of the Millennium was a joint project between the Reno Gazette Journal and the Nevada Humanities Committee in 1999 to document life in northern Nevada at the turn of the 21st Century. Interviews collected were the background for a series of articles in the Reno Gazette Journal. Collection contains 149 interview tapes conducted at town meetings and with individuals that documents life in northern...
Dates: 1999

Old Tales of Nevada, Past and Present

 Collection
Identifier: NC1386
Abstract

"Old Tales of Nevada, Past and Present" is a 1-hour television and radio program hosted by Hugh Roy Marshall and John O'Brien and directed by Jim Webster. The program is dedicated to telling stories about Nevada's past and people, places, and events of interest in the present. The collection contains DVD copies of episodes 1-146.

Dates: 2011-2014

Edna B. Patterson Research Papers and Interviews

 Collection
Identifier: 95-87
Abstract

Edna Burke Patterson was a member of the State Central Republican Committee and the Nevada State Board of Education, on which she served as the first woman president.Research notes and articles about the history of northeastern Nevada: Elko, physicians, cattle and cattle ranching, women, Ruby Valley, Lamoille, Mountain City, Jarbidge, early settlers, and native Americans. Other authors include Lulu Bowman and Charles B. Russell (1915-1994).

Dates: 1915-1994

Erma Perry Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 96-42
Abstract

Erma Perry was a freelance travel writer. Included are manuscripts, both draft and final, for Perry's articles; clippings of her published materials; notebooks containing field notes of many travel destinations; audio tapes and transcripts of a sampling of her interviews; narrated slide shows of travel destinations; and ribbons Perry won from camera club competitions (1954-1993).

Dates: 1954-1993

Mary Works Covington Records of the Red Dog Saloon Film

 Collection
Identifier: 2017-73
Abstract The Red Dog Saloon opened in 1965 by Chandler A. Laughlin III in Virginia City, Nevada’s historic downtown and quickly became a hot spot for “proto-hippies” and their music, with many celebrated bands playing there over the years. In 1991, Mary Works Covington began work on a documentary film released in 1996 under the title Life and Times of the Red Dog Saloon. Collection contains materials relating to the Red Dog Saloon Reunion, which took place in 1991,...
Dates: 1965-2014; Majority of material found within 1990-1996

Reginald Meaker Interviews

 Collection — Box BSQAP0096
Identifier: BAQ042
Scope and Contents

Tapes and transcripts of the oral history to Reginald Meaker conducted by Collette Etchart in 1976. Also, a manuscript of Menaker's book.

Dates: 1976