All materials in this collection are In Copyright - Educational Use Permitted in the United States. Please visit the In Copyright - Educational Use Permitted rights statement page for information on how this determination was made and further information on how the items may be used. The collection and data is open for research and educational purposes. Please continue reading to learn how the data can be used.
Consent forms to make this oral history collection accessible as an educational resource have been signed by both the interviewers and interviewees, noted in this collection as narrators. The narrators still hold intellectual property to their historical record. Users of this colleciton may repurposes the data to conduct research in a responsible way - they can not alter the stories of the narrators/interviewees, they can use the stories and data to conduct further research. The consent form advocates for the data to be used in research, but prohibits the names of the narrators/interviewees to be used in journal and book publications. Please see a copy of the release form on this page.
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