Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Elko County Ranching Oral Histories
In 1985, the Nevada Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology with Archaeological Research Services conducted five oral history interviews with individuals associated with ranching in eastern Nevada used to complete the report "Inventory and Evaluation of three Historic Ranching Complexes South Fork Recreation Area, Elko County, Nevada," released in 1985. Collection contains two audio cassette tapes of interviews conducted between July and October 1985.
Errea Family Recordings
Includes a letter, a cassette and three photos.
JoAnne Peden Collection on the Fort McDermitt Indian Reservation
Fourth Street-Prater Way Oral History Project Records
Great Basin National Park Foundation Oral Histories
The Great Basin National Park Foundation Oral History Project begain in the mid-2000s as a way to preserve and document the cultural heritage of the Great Basin in over 60 interviews with individuals who were raised and worked in White Pine County, Nevada and Millard County, Utah. The collection primarily contains oral history recordings by Dave Tilford completed over the course of approximatly 15 years from the mid-2000s-2019.
Jennifer Rochelle Smith research collection
BSQAP 0097 1992
-Two copies of the undergratuate thesis A Different View of Flight: Understanding Basque Women’s Immigration to the United States through Oral History by Jennifer Rochelle Smith.
- Interviews (tapes and transcriptions) Denise Gortari, Nekane Gavica, María Vega, Mary Echeverry and mom, Alicia Garijo, Jesusa Flamarique, and Mary Jane Chabot.
Midtown Oral History Project Records
The Midtown History Project was initiated by the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC) in 2015 as part of its Virginia Street Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project. The collection contains transcripts, audio files, digital photographs, and copyright forms for the Midtown Oral History Project from 2015 to 2019.
Realities of Undocumented Immigrants Oral History Project Records
Jennifer Cullison, director of the project, along with research assistants, student volunteers, and community volunteers conducted oral histories with twenty undocumented or formerly undocumented Reno, Nevada community members. The collection contains bilingual oral histories, in English and Spanish, photographs, and other documentary materials regarding the Realities of Undocumented Immigrants Oral History Project that took place between December 2019 and June 2022.
Reginald Meaker Interviews
Tapes and transcripts of the oral history to Reginald Meaker conducted by Collette Etchart in 1976. Also, a manuscript of Menaker's book.