This collection is devoted to the physical aspect of a series of video interviews with Professor Ted DeLaney in advance of his retirement from Washington and Lee University (WLU) by a series of interviewers from within the WLU community. The interviews are in eight parts : Growing up in Segregated Lexington; Lexington in the 1960s; The Education of Ted DeLaney; From Student to Professor; Building an Africana Studies Program; Desegregation in Southwestern Virginia: An Oral History Project; Washington and Lee and Southern History; and Fond Memories and Final Thoughts. This series includes transcripts of the interviews.

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Preferred citation: [Identification of item], Theodore C. (Ted) DeLaney, Jr. Collection, Coll. 0525, Special Collections, James G. Leyburn Library, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA

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