6-1 Digressions of a Michigan Historian. Larry B. Massie
6-2 Oral History: The Michigan and National Scene. Mark Hoffman, Jamie L.Wraight
6-3 Oral History in the Classroom. Maxine Honkala, Sharon Richards, Jane Karoline Vieth
6-4 Oral History & Family History; Exploring the Connections. Jeff Charnley
6-5 Workers Speak Here Men and Women in the Workplace. Ann M. Francis,Nancy Rominger, Stephanie Pascaris,
Pamela Rhoades Todd
6-6 People of Michigan: Preserving the Record.Bonnie Ekdahl, Leo J. Goodsell, Willie L. McKether.
6-7 Roundtable. Questions and Answers/Problems ad Solutions. William R. Gulley, Ann M. Francis,
Lynn Spietz Simmons, Virginia Bailey Parker. James Cameron,facilitator.
Series V (1994-Present)
“Oral History Practice and Applications in Michigan”
5-1“Oral History in the Health Services Industry” Presenters Patricia Painter and Thomas Nanzig with Moderator Philip Mason,1 hr. 13 min.
5-2“Oral History in Museum Exhibits and Planning” Presenters Michael Smith and Barbara Hamblett with Moderator Julie Avery, 1 hr.
5-3“Anishnabek--The People of This Place--Native American Oral History at the Grand Rapids Public Museum” Curator Bryan Kwapil, 1 hr.
5-4“Memories of Main Street--Oral Histories from Elk Rapids,” Glenn Ruggles, 1 hr.
5-5“Oral History Workshop”Taped highlights of the Michigan Oral History Association Workshop at Bayview, Michigan 22 July 1995, 2 hrs.
5-6“Oral History and Documents--A Case Study When They Tell a Different Story--A Viet Cong Diary” Presenter Michael Unsworth, 1 hr.
5-7“Oral History Transcribing Tips” Presenter Lynn Spietz and “Oral History and Ethical Considerations” PresenterDr. Philip Mason, 1 hr, 15 min.
Series IV (1995)“Radio Days in Michigan”
4-1“Radio Pioneers in Michigan--John Fetzer” Presenter Scott Grimwood, “My days in Detroit Radio News Broadcasting”Recollections by Joyce Moffett”, 1 hr, 15 min.
4-2Keynote Conference Address “Radio Days--The Early Years,” Dr. Maurice Crane, Director, Vincent Voice Library, Michigan State University, 45 min.
Series III (1994)“Oral History and Michigan Sports”
3-1“Minor League Baseball Returns to Michigan:The Remarkable Story of the West Michigan Whitecaps” Lewis Chamberlain and Don Holstege with Moderator Gordon Olson, 1 hr. 15 min.
3-2“The Girls of Summer:The Grand Rapids Chicks of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League,”
Panelists Dotty Konwinski and Marilyn Jenkins with Moderator Gary Burbridge, 58 min.
3-3“The View from Behind the Microphone”Conference Address by Sportscaster Warren Reynolds
of WOOD-TV, 54 min.
3-4“Looking for a Level Playing Field:African American Baseball Teams in Michigan” Presenters Dr. Richard Harms on “African-American Baseball Teams in Grand Rapids” and Recollections of Ted Raspberry, Owner of the Kansas City Monarchs,1 hr. 10 min.
3-5 “Two Sides of International Athletics”Presenters
Dr. Lewis Carlson on “Going for the Gold:Oral Histories
of Olympic Gold Medal Winners” and Reminiscences
of Connie Sweeris on “Ping Pong Diplomacy to China”, 1
hr. 6 min.
Series II (1993)“Michigan Agriculture and Rural Life”
2-1“Agriculture and Rural Life--Century of Change”Opening Panel Session with Mabel Bauerle, William J. Chapin, Maury Kaercher, and Bethel Schmidt and Moderator Dr. Jeff Charnley, 55 min.
2-2“County Fairs in Michigan” Dr. Julie Avery, 53 min.
2-3“Changing Tradition;The Complex Role of Farm Women”Kim Earl Garland and “Homesteading in Northern Michigan” Rose Lockwood Moore, 54 min.
2-4“African Americans in Rural Michigan--Mecosta County”Panelists Marguerite Berry Jackson, Marvin Lett and Raymond Pointer, 1 hr. 4 min.
2-5“Germans in Clinton County:Reminiscences from Westphalia, Michigan” Panelists Evelyn Weiland and Norbert Fox, 1 hr.
2-6“Electrifying Michigan through the R.E.A.” Panelists William Winglar, A.J. Hodge, E.H.Daverman, Robert J. Daverman and Jack Van Dyke, 1 hr. 10 min.2-7“Barn Rehabilitation and Oral History--Capturing the Stories behind the Barn,” Jack Worthington and Vera Wiltse with Moderator Terry Shaffer, 1 hr. 11 min.
Series I (1992) “World War II:Michigan Remembers”
1-1“Conference Highlights,” 2 hrs.
1-2“War Fronts Remembered”Opening Panel Discussion with LTC Bernice Couzynse, Ernst Floeter, LTC Alexander Jefferson, and LTC Matt Urban with Moderator Dr.Jeff Charnley, 1 hr. 31 min.
1-3“Conference Address”The Honorable John B. Swainson, 44 min.
1-4“Oral History and the Holocaust and Children of the Holocaust” Presentations by Dr. Sidney Bolkosky and Ms. Margaret Wiener, 1 hr. 45 min.
1-5“On the Trail of the Tuskeegee Airmen” by LTC Alexander Jefferson, 1 hr.
1-6“‘Rosie-the-Riveter’ Experiences in Michigan” Panelists Estella Gleason and Helen Nold with Moderator Geneva Wiskemann, 1 hr.1-7“A Child’s View of the World War II Homefront” Presentation by Judith and Betty Mayfield, 1 hr.
For ordering information, please contact:
Michigan Oral History Association
5580 West State Road
Lansing, Michigan 48906.