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The Oral History Center at The Bancroft Libary

Free Speech Movement Oral History Project. (2014)  
 

STUDENT PARTICIPATORS 

Garson, Barbara. Reminiscences of Barbara Garson. Interviewed by Ronald J. Grele, August 12, 1984. Columbia University Oral History Office, Columbia University, New York. 

Brier, Steve and Pam. Reminiscences of Steve and Pam Brier.Interviewed by Bret
Eynon, September 18, 1984. Columbia University Oral History Office, Columbia  University, New York. 

Savio, Mario. Reminiscences of Mario Savio, Interviewed by Bret Eynon, March 5, 1985.. Columbia University Oral History Office, Columbia University, New York. 

FACULTY 

Ellsberg, Daniel. Presidential Decisions and Public Dissent: Reflections on the Vietnam War. Interviewed by Harry Kreisler on July 29, 1998. Conversations with History, Institute of  International Studies, UC Berkeley. 

Grether, Ewald T. Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Business Administration…, in two volumes, Interviewed by Harriet Nathan in 1975-1987, Vol. II, pp. 778-784.
Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library. 

Talks about meeting Mario Savio in 1969. Pp. 810-819, discusses Kerr/Meyerson resignation threat in 1965 and the Byrne Report. 


May, Henry F.  Interviewed by Ann Lage in 1998-1999. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 2000. 

Schorske, Carl E. Interviewed by Ann Lage in 1998-1999. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 2000. 

Searle, John R. Philosophy and the Habits of Critical Thinking: A Conversation
with John R. Searle Mills Professor of Philosophy UC Berkeley. Interviewed by
Harry Kreisler on Sept. 22, 1999. Conversations with History, Institute of  International Studies, UC Berkeley. 

Tussman, Joseph,  Education and Citizenship: A Conversation with Joseph Tussman.  Interviewed by Harry Kreisler on Jan. 13, 2000.   Conversations with History, Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATORS

Kerr, Clark. Earl Warren: Views and Episodes, for Earl Warren Oral History
Project,  23 pp. University of California Crises: "Loyalty Oath and the Free Speech Movement." An interview conducted by Amelia Fry, Sept. 29, 1969.
Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 1976. 

Kerr, Clark and Morton Meyer. Interviews with Clark Kerr and Morton Meyer:
Eyewitnesses To UC Campus Turmoil in the Mid-1960s, Interviewed by Nancy M.
Rockafellar, UCSF Oral History Program, University of California, San Francisco. 

Kerr, Clark. Interviews with University Presidents, Interviewed by David Turney ,
Professor of Education, Indiana State University, March 23, 1982. Produced with
Funding from the Exxon Foundation. (BANC MSS 83/141 z

Strong, Edward W. Philosopher, Professor, and Berkeley Chancellor, 1961-1965.
Interviewed by Harriet Nathan in 1988. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library. 1992. 

Towle, Katherine Amelia, 1898-. Katherine A. Towle: Administration and Leadership, Interviewed by Harriet Nathan.  Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 1970. 

Towle was Dean of Students during the Free Speech Movement. 
Sherriffs, Alex C. Vice-Chancellor.  The University of California and the Free Speech Movement: Perspectives from a Faculty Member and an Administrator. 1980, ii, 85 pp. Interviewed by James H. Rowland in 1978 for the Governmental History Documentation project. The Regional Oral History Office, the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Williams, Arleigh.  Dean of Students Arleigh Williams: The Free Speech Movement and  the Six Years War, 1964-1970. Interviewed by Germeine LaBerge in 1988-1989. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 1990. 

Constance, Lincoln. Versatile Berkeley Botanist: Plant Taxonomy and University Governance. Interviewed by Ann Lage in 1986. Regional Oral History Office, The
Bancroft Library, 1987. 

Constance was an Academic Vice-Chancellor during the Free Speech Movement.
RELATED AND MISCELLANEOUS:

Byrne, Jerome C. Special Counsel, Special Forbes Committee of the Regents of the University of California, 1965, Interviewed by Dale E. Treleven in 1993, UCLA
Oral History, for the California State Archives State Government Oral History
Program. 

Heller, Elinor Raas. A Volunteer Career in Politics, In Higher Education, and on
Governing Boards, Vol. II, Interviewed by Malca Chall 1974-1980 for Women in
Politics Oral History Project, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library,
1984.  Heller was a regent during the 1960s. 

Kingman, Harry L. Citizenship in a Democracy. Interviewed by Rosemary Levenson in 1971, 1972. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 1973. 

McNamara, Robert. A Life in Public Service. Interviewed by Harry Kriesler on April 16, 1996. Conversations with History, Institute of  International Studies, UC
Berkeley. 

Leonard, Norman. Life of a Leftist Labor Lawyer. Interviewed by Estolv Ethan Ward in 1985.  Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 1986. 

Newhall, Scott. A Newspaper Editor's Voyage Across San Francisco Bay: San
Francisco Chronicle, 1935-1971, and Other Adventures , interviewed by Suzanne B. Riess in 1988-1989. pp 230-233. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 1990. Contains a very brief take on Free Speech Movement. 

Roger, Sidney. A Liberal Journalist on the Air and on the Waterfront: Labor and Political Issues, 1932-1990, Vols. 1-2. Interviewed by Julie Shearer 1989-1990. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, 1998. 

Treuhaft, Robert E. Left-Wing Political Activist and Progressive Leader in the Berkeley Co-op, Consumers Cooperative of Berkeley Oral History Collection,
Interviewed by Robert G. Larsen in 1988-89, Berkeley Oral History Project,
Berkeley Historical Society, 1990. 
 

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