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American Bar Association Section on Legal Education Oral History (2001), #110

American Foundations Oral History Project (1989-1993), #001

AURA (Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc.) (1984), #002

Autobiography: Edward O. Craft (1978), #005

Autobiography: Ernest D. Butler (1970), #006

Autobiography: Hobert Billingsley (1980), #007

Autobiography: John M. Cooper (1978), #008

Autobiography: Mary M. Barr-Koon (1984), #009

Autobiography: Raymond Seifert (1978), #010

Autobiography: Robert C. Wiles (1976), #011

Biography: Helen Gahagan Douglas (1981, 1983), #014

Biography: Homer E. Capehart (1969-1973), #015

Biography: Ignatius Donnelly (1971), #016

Biography: J. Edward Roush (1969), #017

Biography: John Hurt (1986), #018

Biography: Martin Luther King Jr. (1979), #020

Biography: Melvyn Douglas (1972-1980), #021

Biography: Morris Ernst (1977), #022

Biography: Robert A. Taft (1968), #003

Biography: William Fortune (1986), #024

Blacksmithing (1979), #025

Burmese Immigrants in Indiana (2001-2002), #112

Careers in Librarianship (1992), #032

Castleton, Indiana in Transition (1983), #026

Christian School Movement (1985), #027

Claude Barnett and the Associated Negro Press (1976-1977), #028

Committee for Environmental Information (1972-1973), #029

Communism in the United States (1968), #030

Council on Foundations (1991-1992), #031

Development of Political Science in the Twentieth Century (1978), #033

Dubois County: A Home for God's People (1997-1998), #034

Dubois County: Christian Communities in Southern Indiana (1998-1999), #037

Dubois County: German Americans (1993-1994), #035

Dubois County: Hoosier Faiths, Hoosier Communities (1996-1997), #036

Dubois County: Religion, Community, and Ethnic Identity (1995-1996), #038

Dubois County: The Interwar Years (1994-1995), #039

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Early Women Workers At the Bloomington RCA Plant (1990), #105

Economic Development in Indiana (1996-1997), #040

Economic History of Indiana in the Twentieth Century (1976-1980), #041

Generations of Auto Workers: Anderson, Indiana 1930-1982 (1982), #042

Hamburg University Nursing Home Study (1981), #083

Historic Preservation in Indiana (1982), #044

History and Development Of Girls' High School Sports (1989), #043

History of Business (1971), #046

History of Indiana (1971-1980), #047

History of Middle Way House (1996), #048

History of New Harmony, Indiana (1977), #049

History of St. Meinrad Archabbey (1980), #050

History: Calumet, Michigan (1971), #051

History: Indiana Humanities Council (1993), #052

History: Indiana University (1968-1981), #053

History: IU Center on Philanthropy (1993), #054

History: Kinsey Institute for Sex Research (1971-1972), #055

History: Modern Theatre (1978-1980), #056

History: Paoli, Indiana (1988), #057

History: Pike County, Indiana (1976), #023

History, Starke County, Indiana (1986), #058

History: Stringtown, Indiana (1976), #059

Immigrant Groups in Indiana (1978), #060

Indiana Automobile Industry (1982), #061

Indiana Labor History Project (1996-1997), #062

Indiana Medicine (1992-1993), #063

Indiana Politics (1969, 1976, 1978), #064

Indiana University History Department Centennial (1994), #045

Indian American Communities in Indiana (1999-2000), #065

Indian American Communities in the Hoosier State (1999-2000), #066

Indian American Communities in Fort Wayne (1999-2000), #067

Indian American Diaspora in the Hoosier State (1999-2002), #068

Indianapolis Blues (1985), #069

IU Folklore Institute (1987), #070

IU Oral History Archive (1991-2001), #072

IU School of Music (1983), #071

Japanese American Community in Indiana (2003-2005), #114

Jewish Life in Indiana (1974-1981), #019

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Korean Immigrants In Indiana (1990), #073

Legal Profession in Indiana (1976-1977, 1979), #113

Life History: Ruth Rives (1998), #074

Louisville Tornado of 1974 (1976), #075

Manhattan Project (1982), #076

Media Perceptions of Contemporary Problems (1975-1976), #077

Medical Profession in Indiana (1975, 1976, 1978), #078

Mental Health Care in Indiana (1977), #079

Movie Theater History in Bloomington, Indiana (1998), #080

National Forests in Indiana (1977, 1981), #082

People of Indianapolis (1983), #084

Personal Experiences in World War I (1976, 1980), #085

Perspectives in Indiana Economy (1981-1982), #086

Philanthropy: History of Fundraising (1988), #087

Planned Parenthood Association (1976-1977), #088

Port Gibson, Mississippi (1992), #107

Preservers of the Past: Indiana County Historical Societies (1995-1996), #089

Remembering Indiana in the Twentieth Century (1995-1997), #090

Retired IU Faculty (1985), #091

Roller Skating Association Oral History (2000-2001), #109

Romanian-Americans In Lake County, Indiana (1976-77), #12

Social Face of Death (1996-1997), #111

Social History of Spencer, Indiana (1974-1976), #092

Social Work (1976), #093

Socialism in Indiana in the 1920s (1975-1976), #094

Southern Conference for Human Welfare/Education Fund (1983), #095

Stones River National Battlefield Community Oral History

Studebaker (1984-1985), #097

Testimonios: Documenting the Lives and Faith of Latino Immigrants (2001-2002), #104

Tuba-Euphonium Oral History (2000), #108

U.S. Foreign Relations in World War II (1975, 1978), #098

Ukrainian-Americans in the Midwest (1990), #099

Village Mothers Oral History Project (1993-1994), #100

Wartime Military Experiences (1992), #081

West Side Community Center, Bloomington, Indiana (1985), #101

Whiting, Indiana: Generational Memory (1991-1993), #102

William E. Jenner and Indiana Politics (1971, 1973-1974), #103

Women's History (1977, 1980), #106

Writing the Saga of Coe Ridge (1976), #013

Writings of Bruce A. Rosenberg (1976), #004


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