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Date Span :2007
Extent 23 Items
Biographical / Historical Sketch: Jessica Price, a student at Carver Middle
School in Dothan, Alabama, conducted an oral history interview with Mr.
Sherman Rose, one of the Tuskegee Airmen and a resident of Dothan. Miss
Price prepared and delivered a presentation based on her research. She
donated this material to the The Wiregrass Archives as an adjunct to its Veterans History
Scope/Content Note: Collection consists of an audiotaped
interview and transcript between Price and Rose, conducted in January 2007,
a DVD recording of that interview, a CD-Rom containing Price's PowerPoint
presentation (inserted videoclips) to her school, and digitally-scanned
Ephemera includes documentation (via news clips
and photocopied newspaper articles) of transfer by Ms. Price and Mr. Rose of
the interview and its products to the The Wiregrass Archives, April 11, 2007.
Organized into 4 series: 1. Interview Materials; 2. Photographs—personal
and Research; 3. Research And Interview Products; 4. News Items.
Provenance: Donor agreement signed 2-23-07 but
physical materials turned over to AWCH on 4-11-07. News coverage of actual
donation led to TV clips and two newspaper articles included in the
Processing Notes: Contains hard copies of Interview
Transcript, original audiocassette of interview, and original digitized
copies of Video Interview and Ms. Price’s PowerPoint presentation. WTVY
news clip recorded from home television by Ms. Liz Olliff (Dr. Olliff’s
wife) on VHS. Digital scans of still images and documents by Dr. Olliff;
digitization of audiocassette and VHS, and copies of DVDs by Lee
Scarborough, Troy University—Dothan Campus IT and Media division.
Preferred Citation: Jessica Price Collection, RG 079.
The Wiregrass Archives, Troy University--Dothan Campus,
Access Limits: Open per donor agreement
Date processed: 7-30-2007
Processed By: MTO
Series 1: Inventory Materials
Series 2: Research and Personal Photographs
and Mrs. Sherman Rose at home
Jessica Price and Sherman Rose
Tuskegee Museum--Bomber and Crew
Tuskegee Museum--Trainee Squadron
Tuskegee Museum--Model of Red Tail on Ground
Tuskegee Museum--Red Tail Identification in Frame
Tuskegee Museum--Overlooking Moton Field
Series 3: Research Products
Transcript, Hard Copy
Transcript, Digital Copy (pdf)
Paper, Digital Copy (pdf)
Scrapbook, Digital Copy (pdf)
Board, Digital Copy (jpg)
Presentation, Digital Copy w/ interview clips
Series 4: News Items
Ch. 4, Dothan, 4-11-07, VHS
Ch. 4, Dothan, 4-11-07, Digital Copy
Two Articles, Dothan Eagle, 4-12-07, Hard Copy
Dothan Eagle Articles, 4-12-07, Digital Copy (pdf)
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