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UNITED UNIVERSITY PROFESSIONS (UUP)
ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

c.1970-c.1990
(APAP-099)

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Finding Aid Compiled by
Cynthia K. Sauer
February 1, 2000
March 16, 2001
Revised
Amy C. Schindler
2003







M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
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VOLUME: 2.0 cubic ft. and 55 audio tapes

ACQUISITION: All items in this collection were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by the Oral History Program, Department of History, University at Albany.

ACCESS: Access to portions of the collection is restricted. Consult a staff member for details.

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Administrative History

Scope and content note

Series descriptions

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United University Professions Oral History Project
Administrative History

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United University Professions, established in 1973, is the collective bargaining agent representing the faculty and non-teaching professional staff of the State University of New York. The United University Professions Oral History Project was funded by United University Professions and conducted by the Oral History Program of the Department of History, University at Albany, State University of New York, under the supervision of Ivan D. Steen. Angelica Lewis, a University at Albany graduate student in Public History, was hired to conduct the interviews. After researching UUP's history and conducting preliminary interviews with numerous individuals formerly and currently active in UUP, Lewis formally interviewed forty-two individuals. Those interviews were conducted between February and October 1990.

The primary intent of the UUP Oral History Project was to document the early history of UUP and its predecessor organizations. For a detailed history of UUP itself, see the Administrative History for the records of United University Professions (APAP-039) also held by the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.


United University Professions Oral History Project
Scope & Content Note

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The UUP Oral History Project collection consists of four series: the recorded audio tapes of thirty-seven of the forty-two formal oral history interviews, transcripts of those thirty-seven interviews, the interviewer's research files including her interview notes and materials she collected on UUP, and the project's administrative files.

The interviews primarily focus on the early history of United University Professions from the activities in the early 1970s of the Senate Professional Association (SPA) and the State University Federation of Teachers (SUFT) which merged to form UUP in 1973 through the administrations of UUP's first three presidents (Lawrence DeLucia, Samuel Wakshull, and Nuala McGann Drescher, who served between May 1973 to May 1987), and part of the administration of UUP's fourth president, John M. Reilly, who was president at the time the interviews were conducted in 1990. See the series description for Series 2 -- Interview Transcripts for a detailed discussion of the topics covered by the interviews.

Records regarding the activities of UUP during this time period, and relating to the many of the events, individuals, and organizations to which interviewees refer, can be found in the records of United University Professions (APAP-039). The records of the United University Professions (UUP) Albany Chapter (APAP-054) document some of the activities of this UUP chapter. The papers of Eugene Link (APAP-025), a professor of history at SUNY Plattsburgh who was active in the early years of UUP and in UUP's establishment of membership for retired members. Link's papers focus on his career as a teacher, author, social historian, labor activist, and Christian minister. The records of WAMC/Northeast Public Radio (APAP-138) include episodes of programs on which UUP leaders appeared. Additional related collections can be found at the Labor, Education, and University Archives subject pages.


United University Professions Oral History Project
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Audio Tapes, 1990, 57 audio tapes. Arranged alphabetically.

Recorded tapes of oral history interviews. All interviews were transcribed and the transcripts are located in Series 2. The labels for a few of the tapes indicate that they were the first of two interviews; however, additional interviews were never conducted. Access to some tapes is either permanently or temporarily restricted, as noted in the box and folder list.

Series 2: Interview Transcripts, 1990, 0.67 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically.

Transcriptions of recorded interviews in Series 1.[1] The interviews cover events and personalities from the years prior to UUP's creation in 1973 through the first years of the administration of its fourth president, John M. Reilly, who was president when the interviews were conducted in 1990. Interviewees include individuals who served as president of UUP, on UUP's Executive Board, as officers of UUP, or who were otherwise active in UUP's creation and early history. Some individual names are spelled irregularly from transcript to transcript. Consult the records of United University Professions, particularly publications such as The Voice for the correct spelling of individual names.

Topics of discussion include UUP's early history and its predecessor (the Senate Professional Association [SPA]) and other organizations that attempted to become the bargaining agent of the faculty and professional staff at the State University of New York (SUNY) including the State University Federation of Teachers (SUFT, which would later merge with SPA to form UUP) and the American Association of University Professors (AAUP); the interviewees' reasons for becoming active in UUP; events and activities at various SUNY campuses regarding collective bargaining, UUP's predecessors, and UUP; negotiations and other dealings with the State of New York, and the individuals from the Governor's Office of Employee Relations who were involved in the negotiating process; the individual personalities that made up the early leadership of UUP; internal political activities at UUP, particularly its Reform Caucus and United Caucus; the creation and impact of the agency fee law on UUP and its members; the challenge to UUP's position as collective bargaining agent in 1978 by the National Education Association and its affiliate, the New York Educators Association (NEA/NYEA); and the different objectives/interests of academic and professional members in the bargaining unit represented by UUP.

Other topics of discussion include AAUP's early involvement on SUNY campuses and UUP's relationship over the years with AAUP; attitudes towards various groups such as SPA and SUFT on campuses; the initial election of the collective bargaining agent at SUNY; attitudes towards collective bargaining in general; discussions of the Taylor Law which gave New York State public employees the right to collective bargaining; the merger of SPA and SUFT; functionings of the chapters; grievance issues; specific articles/issues covered in contract negotiations; management's actions towards those involved in early union activities; the role of faculty governing bodies on campuses; the perceived attitudes of SUNY administrators and state representatives towards UUP; differences between the concerns of various campuses and their feelings towards the statewide UUP organization; challenges to UUP's representation of professional staff made by the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA); discussions of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the NEA; politics of AFT and New York State United Teachers (NYSUT); and the relationship between UUP and NYSUT.

Series 3: Interview Notes and Background Materials, circa 1990, 0.67 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically in three groupings (interviewees, general files, research files).

The bulk of this series is made up of the interviewer's notes regarding each individual formally interviewed and regarding potential interviewees. In addition to including the interviewer's handwritten notes[2] taken during the formal taped interviews and during preliminary interviews with subjects, most interviewee files include a "UUP Potential Interview Candidate Fact Sheet", listing each individual's involvement in UUP at the statewide and chapter level (and in UUP's predecessors if applicable), including offices held and committees assigned to. Files for individuals formally interviewed often include an outline of issues to be covered during the interview and additional summaries of the individual's UUP activities.

Notes on preliminary interviews for individuals for which formal interviews were not conducted are of particular interest in this series. While the interviewer's notes taken during the taped interviews may be of some use, the primary source for that individual's comments would be the interview tape and transcript included in Series 1 and 2. For subjects with whom formal interviews were not conducted, the interviewer's notes represent the only information available regarding their comments about UUP's past. Individuals with whom formal interviews were conducted are marked in the box and folder list for this series with an asterix. An asterix in parenthesis indicates that while a formal interview was conducted, the tape and transcript of the interview have not been released by the Oral History Program at the University at Albany.

Also occasionally included in the individual interviewee files are correspondence between the individual and the interviewer, the form letter sent to confirm interviewees' willingness to participate in the project, as well as occasional correspondence setting up interviews and dealing with obtaining the release for the completed interview transcript. Ivan Steen, director of the Oral History Program, is an infrequent correspondent. Dates were not indicated on the folders in this series; for the most part, the preliminary and final interviews took place in 1990, while the research materials obtained by the interviewer were from the periods covered by the interviews: the 1970s and 1980s.

This series also includes miscellaneous documents regarding UUP's creation and early history obtained by the interviewer from UUP's administrative office and potential interviewees in the course of her preparation for the interviews. The documentary materials in this series can be supplemented by the records of United University Professions also held by the Archives of Public Affairs and Policy at the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.

Series 4: Administrative Files, 1990-2000, 0.66 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically.

Correspondence to interviewees to provide them with instructions on reviewing the transcript of their interview and the types of materials to correct and release forms from the interviewees. Also included are the transcripts that were marked by the interviewees with their corrections. The correspondence for the most part is form letters. However, there is occasional correspondence specifically directed to an individual either to address concerns they raised about the transcript or to follow up regarding the status of their transcript and release. (Some additional correspondence with interviewees can be found in the Interview Notes and Background Materials in Series 3). Release forms and the transcripts have been marked by the interviewees regarding any seals that they wished to place on their interview as well as information they wished to have deleted from the transcript, making the transcripts unavailable to researchers until the seals expires, or not at all in cases were text was deleted. Some interviewees did not return corrected copies of their transcripts. If correspondence in this series reflected the narrator's opinion and/or reservations regarding the transcript and interview, the original was placed with the interview transcript for that individual and a copy retained in this series. As noted above, access to some of the corrected narrator transcripts in this series is either permanently or temporarily restricted. All such restrictions are noted in the box and folder list.

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1. A few authors extensively edited their words and other authors made clarifying additions/revisions so on occasion transcripts do not exactly match the taped interviews.

2. On rare occasions, the preliminary interview notes are typed, not handwritten.


United University Professions Oral History Project
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Series 1: Audio Tapes, 1990

1. Alfonsin, Edward J., August 15, 1990, Tape 1 of 5
2. Alfonsin, Edward J., August 15, 1990, Tape 2 of 5 [Certain portions sealed until January 28, 2023]
3. Alfonsin, Edward J., August 15, 1990, Tape 3 of 5 [Certain portions sealed until January 28, 2023]
4. Alfonsin, Edward J., August 15, 1990, Tape 4 of 5 [Certain portions sealed until January 28, 2023]
5. Alfonsin, Edward J., August 15, 1990, Tape 5 of 5 [Certain portions sealed until January 28, 2023]
6. Atkins, Bruce, March 23, 1990
7. Budin, Morris, Oct. 12, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
8. Budin, Morris, Oct. 12, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
9. Burelbach, Fred, May 15, 1990, Tape 1 of 2 [Sealed permanently]
10. Burelbach, Fred, May 15, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
11. Cimineli-Geerken, Diane, May 4, 1990
12. Cozort, William, May 4, 1990
13. Crary, John, Oct. 13, 1990, Tape 1 of 2 [Sealed permanently]
14. Crary, John, Oct. 13, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
15. Davidson, Robert, May 4, 1990 [Sealed until October 28, 2010]
16. Drescher, Nuala, September 13, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
17. Drescher, Nuala, September 13, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
18. Drew, Joseph, June 4, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
19. Drew, Joseph, June 4, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
20. Dubois, Robert, June 4, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
21. Dubois, Robert, June 4, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
22. Ether, Jack, August 17, 1990
23. Geerken, Henry, May 4,1990, Tape 1 of 2
24. Geerken, Henry, May 4, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
24A. Gutenkauf, Dorothy, July 20, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
24B. Gutenkauf, Dorothy, July 20, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
25. Hall, Robert, April 5, 1990
26. Hansen, Charles, February 19, 1990
27. Hartman-Wakshull, Evelyn, April 19, 1990
28. Inventasch, Harvey, March 1, 1990
29. Knudsen, Doris, May 25, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
30. Knudsen, Doris, May 25, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
31. Lamendola, Joseph, Oct. 13, 1990
32. Lauter, Paul, August 13, 1990, Tape 1 of 3
33. Lauter, Paul, August 13, 1990, Tape 2 of 3 [Sealed permanently]
34. Lauter, Paul, August 13, 1990, Tape 3 of 3
35. Link, Eugene, April 6, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
36. Link, Eugene, April 6, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
37. Maraviglia, Frank, August 10, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
38. Maraviglia, Frank, August 10, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
39. Matthews, Thomas, May 3, 1990
40. Nelson, Malcolm A., March 23, 1990
41. Potter, Janet, August 20, 1990
42. Potter, Robert, March 15, 1990
43. Puretz, Susan L., March 23, 1990
44. Ray, Frank, May 3, 1990, Tape 1 of 2 [Sealed until September 20, 2006]
45. Ray, Frank, May 3, 1990, Tape 2 of 2 [Sealed until September 20, 2006]
46. Sanbonmatsu, Akira, Oct. 12, 1990, Tape 1 of 2
47. Sanbonmatsu, Akira, Oct. 12, 1990, Tape 2 of 2
48. Santelli, Charles, April 4, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
49. Schaffer, D. Jo, April 10, 1990
50. Shank, Alan, March 2, 1990
51. Steck, Henry, March 2, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
52. Stewart, James, February 26, 1990
53. Tiger, Elizabeth R., March 22, 1990
54. Wakshull, Sam, April 19, 1990
55. Wise, Josephine, March 22, 1990


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Series 2: Interview Transcripts, 1990

Box 1

1. Alfonsin, Edward J., August 15, 1990, folder 1 of 2 [complete version to be unsealed January 28, 2023]
2. Alfonsin, Edward J., August 15, 1990, folder 2 of 2 [complete version to be unsealed January 28, 2023]
3. Atkins, Bruce, March 23, 1990
4. Budin, Morris, Oct. 12, 1990
5. Burelbach, Fred, May 15, 1990
6. Cimineli-Geerken, Diane, May 4, 1990
7. Cozort, William, May 4, 1990
8. Crary, John, Oct. 13, 1990
9. Davidson, Robert, May 4, 1990 [complete version to be unsealed October 28, 2010]
9A. Drescher, Nuala, September 13, 1990
10. Drew, Joseph, June 4, 1990
11. Dubois, Robert, June 4, 1990
12. Ether, Jack, August 17, 1990
13. Geerken, Henry, May 4, 1990
13A. Gutenkauf, Dorothy, July 20, 1990
14. Hall, Robert, April 5, 1990
15. Hansen, Charles, February 19, 1990
16. Hartman-Wakshull, Evelyn, April 19, 1990
17. Inventasch, Harvey, March 1, 1990
18. Knudsen, Doris, May 25, 1990
19. Lamendola, Joseph, Oct. 13, 1990
20. Lauter, Paul, August 13, 1990
21. Link, Eugene, April 6, 1990
22. Maraviglia, Frank, August 10, 1990
23. Matthews, Thomas, May 3, 1990
24. Nelson, Malcolm A., March 23, 1990
25. Potter, Janet, August 20, 1990
26. Potter, Robert, March 15, 1990
27. Puretz, Susan L., March 23, 1990
28. Ray, Frank, May 3, 1990 [complete version to be unsealed September 20, 2006]
29. Sanbonmatsu, Akira, Oct. 12, 1990
30. Santelli, Charles, April 4, 1990
31. Schaffer, D. Jo, April 10, 1990
32. Shank, Alan, March 2, 1990
33. Steck, Henry, March 2, 1990 [complete version to be unsealed September 22, 2005]
34. Stewart, James, February 26, 1990
35. Tiger, Elizabeth R., March 22, 1990
36. Wakshull, Sam, April 19, 1990
37. Wise, Josephine, March 22, 1990


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Series 3: Interview Notes and Background Materials, circa 1990

Box 1

38. *Alfonsin, Edward
39. Allen, John
40. *Atkins, Bruce
41. Brown, Neil
42. *Budin, Morris
43. Burdick, Frank
44. *Burelbach, Fred
45. *Ciminelli-Geerken, Diane
46. Corigliano, Thomas
47. *Cozort, William
48. *Crary, John
49. Cretekos, James
50. *Davidson, Robert
51. Doh, Herman
52. *Drescher, Nuala
53. *Drew, Joseph
54. *DuBois, Robert
55. Edwards, Mary
56. Encinio, Philip
57. Ermanovics, Albert
58. *Ether, Jack
59. Fashing, Joseph
60. Fleming, R. Thomas
61. Fox, Ernest
62. *Geerken, Henry
63. Gill, James
64. Glasheen, Richard
65. *Granger, Robert
66. *Gutenkauf, Dorothy
67. *Hall, Robert
68. *Hansen, Charles
69. *Hartman-Wakshull, Evelyn
70. Hehn, Paul
71. Hotelling, Gail
72. Hunt, John

Box 2

0A. *Inventasch, Harvey
0B. *Knudsen, Doris
0C. Kreh, David
0D. Lambert, Fred
0E. *Lamendola, Joseph
0F. *Lauter, Paul
1. *Link, Eugene
2. *Maraviglia, Frank
3. Mark, Francis X.
4. Marsh, Leland
5. *Matthews, Thomas
6. McCaffrey, Barbara
7. (*)McCaffrey, Lyle
8. Miller, Fred
9. Mitchell, George
10. Nagler, Sylvain
11. *Nelson, Malcolm
12. (*)Piccolo, Rita
13. *Potter, Janet
14. *Potter, Robert
15. *Puretz, Susan
16. Quattlebaum, Nathaniel
17. *Ray, Frank
18. Reilly, John M. (Tim)
19. Reines (Raynes?), Philip
20. *Sanbonmatsu, Akira
21. *Santelli, Charles
22. *Schaffer, D. Jo
23. *Shank, Alan
24. Smith, Bruce
25. Smith, Walter
26. *Steck, Henry
27. *Stewart, James
28. Teevan, Richard
29. *Tiger, Elizabeth
30. Triggs, Emily
31. Valter, John
32. *Wakshull, Samuel
33. Wendel, Mary Louise
34. Wesnofske, Edward
35. Whitlock, Donald
36. Weidner, Barbara
37. *Wise, Josephine
38. (*)Yeracaris, Constantine
39. Ziman-Rosenblatt, Annalee
40. General-"Ficcio, T" included with interviewee materials, but contains materials from UUP files regarding SUFT/SPA merger, AAUP, NEA and NYSUT
41. General-Form letters, release form, agreement with UUP, Human Subjects Research approval
42. General-Interviewees-Special Cases (Buchalter, Patricia; Willsey, Alan; Hicks, Cheryl)
43. General-Interview Status Lists
44. General-"Notes on Transcripts During Editing" [issues for further discussion?]
45. Research-Articles re: Academic Unions and General Labor
46. Research-Committees
47. Research-Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2)
48. Research-Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2)
49. Research-Materials from John Valter
50. Research-NYSUT disaffiliation with NEA from Joseph Drew files
51. Research-Reform Caucus


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Series 4: Administrative Files, 1990-2000

Box 2

52. Alfonsin, Edward J.-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, August 15, 1990, folder 1 of 2 [Sealed until January 28, 2023]
53. Alfonsin, Edward J.-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, August 15, 1990, folder 2 of 2 [Sealed permanently]
54. Alfonsin, Edward J.-Correspondence and Release, Jan. 1992
55. Atkins, Bruce-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 23, 1990
56. Atkins, Bruce-Correspondence and Release, Sept./Oct. 1994
57. Budin, Morris-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, Oct. 12, 1990
58. Budin, Morris-Correspondence and Release, Oct. 1991
59. Burelbach, Fred-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, May 15, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
60. Burelbach, Fred-Release, July/August 1991
61. Cimineli-Geerken, Diane-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, May 4, 1990
62. Cimineli-Geerken, Diane-Release, November 1993
63. Cozort, William-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, May 4, 1990
64. Cozort, William-Correspondence and Release, November 1995/May 1996
65. Crary, John-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, Oct. 13, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
66. Crary, John-Release, Jan./February 1993
67. Davidson, Robert-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, May 4, 1990 [Sealed until October 28, 2010]
68. Davidson, Robert-Correspondence and Release, Sept./Oct. 1992
68A. Drescher, Nuala-Release, September 22, 2000
69. Drew, Joseph-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, June 4, 1990
70. Drew, Joseph-Release, Sept./Oct. 1991
71. Dubois, Robert-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, June 4, 1990
72. Dubois, Robert-Correspondence and Release, July-August 1991
73. Ether, Jack-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, August 17, 1990
74. Ether, Jack-Correspondence and Release, November 1991
75. Geerken, Henry-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, May 4, 1990
76. Geerken, Henry-Release, July 1993
76A. Gutenkauf, Dorothy-Narrator's Corrected Transcript and Correspondence, October-November 1991
77. Hall, Robert-Correspondence, November 1995
78. Hansen, Charles-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, February 19, 1990
79. Hansen, Charles-Correspondence and Release, April/May 1991
80. Hartman-Wakshull, Evelyn-Correspondence, November 1995
81. Inventasch, Harvey-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 1, 1990
82. Inventasch, Harvey-Correspondence and Release, Dec. 1992
83. Knudsen, Doris-Correspondence, November 1995
84. Lamendola, Joseph-Correspondence, November 1995
85. Lauter, Paul-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, August 13, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
86. Lauter, Paul-Release, August 1991
87. Link, Eugene-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, April 6, 1990
88. Link, Eugene-Release, August 1992
89. Maraviglia, Frank-Correspondence, November 1995
90. Matthews, Thomas-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, May 3, 1990
91. Matthews, Thomas-Release, August/Sept. 1991
92. Nelson, Malcolm A.-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 23, 1990
93. Nelson, Malcolm A.-Correspondence and Release, August 1991
94. Potter, Janet-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, August 20, 1990
95. Potter, Janet-Correspondence and Release, Sept. 1991
96. Potter, Robert-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 15, 1990
97. Potter, Robert-Release, Sept. 1991
98. Puretz, Susan L.-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 23, 1990
99. Puretz, Susan L.-Correspondence and Release, June. 1991-April 1992
100. Ray, Frank-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, May 3, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
101. Ray, Frank-Correspondence and Release, Sept./Oct. 1991
102. Sanbonmatsu, Akira-Correspondence, November 1995
103. Santelli, Charles-Narrator's Corrected Transcripts, April 4, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
103A. Santelli, Charles-Correspondence and Release, November 1995, May-June 2000
104. Schaffer, D. Jo-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, April 10, 1990
105. Schaffer, D. Jo-Correspondence and Release, August 1991
106. Shank, Alan-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 2, 1990
107. Shank, Alan-Correspondence and Release, Oct.-Dec. 1992
108. Steck, Henry-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 2, 1990 [Sealed permanently]
109. Steck, Henry-Correspondence and Release, Dec. 1992-February 1993
110. Stewart, James-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, February 26, 1990
111. Stewart, James-Release, Sept. 1991
112. Tiger, Elizabeth R.-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 22, 1990
113. Tiger, Elizabeth R.-Release, February 1992
114. Wakshull, Sam-Correspondence, November 1995
115. Wise, Josephine-Narrator's Corrected Transcript, March 22, 1990
116. Wise, Josephine-Release, Oct. 1991


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