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Oral History Collection

Series Description:

Title: Intermonologues Transcripts
Inclusive Dates: May 1972-June 1972

Access Restrictions: None
Reproduction Restriction: Reproduction is unrestricted, but permission is needed before using in publications.

Series Description:

This series consist of transcripts of interviews that took place in spring of 1972.  The first transcript is an oral history of George Osborne, which covers early childhood, legal education, and career at Stanford Law School.  The remaining of the interviews were done with graduating students.  Subjects cover in these interviews include but not limited to how the students get interested in studying law, experiences at Stanford Law Schools, and class structure. This series is arranged in chronological order.

Extent: 0.21 Linear Feet (Textual)
Location: GS-SU-01-03-02

Identifier Number: LAW-1580201
Accession Number: 1999-SLS-019

Finding Aid prepared by:

Robert Crown Law Library
Stanford, CA 94305-8610
Phone: 650.723.2465
Fax: 650.725.0253

Box and Folder List:

Box 1

Transcript of interview with George Osborne, [5/1972]
Transcript of interview with Mary Beth West, 5/26/1972
Transcript of interview with Booker Wade, 5/31/1972
Transcript of interview with Lenore Garon, 5/30/1972
Transcript of interview with Sharon Criswell, 6/1/1972