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Title
Oral History Presentation by Virginia Morris
Creator
Morris, Virginia
Date Created and/or Issued
1982
Contributing Institution
Corona Public Library
Collection
California Revealed from Corona Public Library
Rights Information
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Description
Friends of Corona Public Library special presentation on Oral History by Virginia Morris. Virginia Morris, an English teacher at Raney Junior High School and active genealogist, discusses the benefits and methods of Oral History, using her compilation of tapes on early Corona pioneers as a sample.
Type
sound
Format
Master; Copy
Audio cassette
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
C-028
ccoro_000109
Language
English
Provenance
Corona Public Library
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