National Equal Justice Library Oral History Project Collection
Scope and Contents
The NEJl oral history collection is divided into two series: oral history project administrative files, and oral history recordings. The oral history recordings include currently 109 oral history interviews, about two thirds of which have been transcribed.
- 1990 - 2005
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Conditions Governing Use
Researchers may request copies of the digititized video recording.
Biographical / Historical
The NEJL Oral History Project conducted its first round of interviews in 1990, years before the NEJL found a place to house its collections. There were subsequent interviews done throughout the 1990s and another round in 2002. Interviews were largely conducted at NLADA conferences and then later at the NEJL. Some interviews were also done at the interviewees' offices or homes. In 2013, the NEJL started a third phase of the oral history project, which is ongoing.
8.6 linear feet
Language of Materials
- Finding Aid for the National Equal Justice Library Oral History Project Collection (NEJL 009)
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Code for undetermined script
Part of the National Equal Justice Library Repository
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