Southern intellectual leaders (A) project [microform] : oral history, 1970-1972.
- University presses.
New Deal, 1933-1939.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.
Southern States -- Intellectual life.
Southern States -- Social life and customs.
- Oral histories.
- This series of interviews with intellectual leaders in the South whose work fell predominantly in the period between the two World Wars deals with such topics as southern politics, race relations, the Federal Writers Project, journalism and southern traditions.
Each interviewee's oral history individually cataloged.
- Participants and pagination:  William T. Couch, 571 p.
 Jonathan Daniels, 176 p.
 Guy B. Johnson, 171 leaves
 Broadus Mitchell, 165 p.
 Arthur Raper, 161 leaves
 Rupert Vance, 106 leaves
 Robert Penn Warren, 147 leaves.
- Interviewed by Daniel Joseph Singal.
Microfiche. [s.l. : Meckler Publishing, 1998?] pos. : 11 x 15 cm.
Nos. 3, 5-7 in this series are held in Van Pelt in printed form (F/216.2/S68 1970a)
|Location||Notes||Your Loan Policy|
|Description||Status||Barcode||Your Loan Policy|