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Last Updated: Jul 31, 2018     Views: 64

You can find the various oral history projects, conducted by classes from the Department of Humanities, on the Archives webpage.

  • Henriette A. Cora, Catholic Holocaust Survivor, Collection

    Henriette Cora passed away on December 5, 2017.
     
  • Hoover Company British War Children Oral History Collection
    In August of 1940, H.W. Hoover Sr., President of The Hoover Company, brought 84 British children to North Canton, Ohio. The children, whose parents were employees of Hoover Limited, located just outside of London, ranged in age from 2-15 and were brought to Stark County and fostered by local families in order to keep them out of harm’s way in war-torn Europe. The children returned home after World War Two ended in 1945. This oral history project was conducted in 2015 through the Walsh University Division of the Humanities in preparation for the 75th anniversary of the children’s arrival.
  • From Farmland to Suburb Collection
    Walsh Universiry students, through the Division of Humanities, completed an oral history project in Spring 2014. The purpose of this project was to identify and record pertinent information and memories from individuals who were instrumental in the suburbanization of Plain Township.

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