Johns Hopkins University oral history collection. 1999-[ongoing].


Johns Hopkins University oral history collection. 1999-[ongoing].

Ms. Warren chose interview subjects who could comment on a wide variety of experiences and events at the university. Fifty-five people were interviewed, representing all university divisionstarts and sciences, the schools of medicine and public health, the Peabody Institute, the Applied Physics Lab, the School of Professional and Business Studies, and the School for Advanced International Studies.

55 half-document cases (9 cubic feet)

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