Washington & Lee University’s Special Collections houses oral histories related to the University in several Manuscript Collections and in several University Archives collections.
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Collections in this community
A team of volunteers interviewed Brownsburg residents between 2007 and 2009 as part of an oral history project to capture 20th century recollections of life in this area of the rural Shenandoah Valley.
This collection includes oral history interviews collected during the preparation of the book, Come Cheer! by Mame Warren.
These interviews were collected for the Report on the Black Student Experience at W&L.