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Subseries 8.2
Tape transcriptions

Box Folder Content
27 1 Interview regarding early life, education, and work with the International Workers Order, pre-1980 [transcription only]
27 2 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Pele deLappe, ca. 1980 [transcription only]
27 3 Louise Thompson Patterson, interviewed by Ruth Schultz and Bud Schultz, regarding the International Workers Order, August 12, 1984, [transcription only]
27 4 Louise Thompson Patterson, interviewed by Margaret Wilkerson, January 21, 1986, regarding 1932 trip to Russia
27 5 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Margaret Wilkerson, February 21, 1986, regarding memories of Nevada, leaving California for Chicago, teaching in Pine Bluff
27 6 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Linda Burnham, May 7, 1987, regarding women writers of the Harlem Renaissance; Mrs. Mason; Zora Neale Hurston; job with Congressional Education Society
27 7 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Linda Burnham, May 14, 1987, regarding Central Asia; mother's illness and death; National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners; International Workers Order; Harlem
27 8 Louise Thompson Patterson, June 2 and June 9, 1987, regarding the Harlem riot; International Workers Order; Communist Party
27 9 Louise Thompson Patterson, June 9 and June 18, 1987, regarding 1937 Paris Conference; Spain; International Workers Order; Harlem Suitcase Theatre
27 10 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Linda Burnham, February 19, 1988, and February 24, 1988, regarding Harlem Suitcase Theatre; Paris Conference Against Racism
27 11 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Linda Burnham March 2, 1988, and March 9, 1988, regarding Harlem Suitcase Theatre, Spanish Civil War
27 12 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Linda Burnham March 9, 1988, and March 11, 1988, regarding Uzbekistan, Scottsboro, Spanish Civil War; 1930s Political Activities
27 13 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Linda Burnham March 11, 1988, and March 14, 1988, regarding Scottsboro
27 14 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Beverly John, April 13, 1988 (transcription only)
27 15 Nattie Bowles Gordon interviewed by Louise Thompson Patterson, Margaret Wilkerson, and Beverly John, (Coos Bay, Oregon), May 31, 1988
27 16 Louise Thompson Patterson with Verdell Burdine and Otto Rutherford, interviewed by Margaret Wilkerson and Beverly John (Portland, Oregon), June 2, 1988
28 1 Louise Thompson Patterson with Verdell Burdine and Otto Rutherford, interviewed by Margaret Wilkerson and Beverly John (Portland, Oregon), June 2, 1988
28 2 Louise Thompson Patterson interview April 20, 1989, regarding her marriage to William L. Patterson, move to Chicago, International Workers Order
28 3 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Evelyn Louise Crawford (Nebbie Lou), regarding early childhood in Berkeley, May 13, 1989 (transcription only)
28 4 Louise Thompson Patterson interview, June 2, 1989 and June 6, 1989, regarding Congregational Church; Mrs. Mason; Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes
28 5 Congregationalist Seminars, June 6, 1989 and June 8, 1989
28 6 Louise Thompson Patterson interview, June 11, 1989, regarding New York; meeting William L. Patterson, 1926-1928
28 7 Louise Thompson Patterson interview, June 17, 1989, regarding Hampton; New York, 1927-1928
28 8 Louise Thompson Patterson interview, July 8, 1989, regarding Urban League, separation from Wallace Thurman, New York City, 1928-1929
28 9 Louise Thompson Patterson interview, July 15, 1989, regarding divorce from Wallace Thurman and meeting Alain Locke, Mrs. Mason
28 10 Louise Thompson Patterson interview, July 29, 1989, regarding Mrs. Mason; Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes
28 11 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Evelyn Louise Crawford (Nebbie Lou), August 6, 1989, regarding New York School of Social Work, interaction with white philanthropists, joining the Communist Party, International Workers Order
28 12 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Evelyn Louise Crawford (Nebbie Lou), August 31, 1989, mid 1930s: regarding return from the Soviet Union, resignation from Congregational Society and involvement in the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners]
28 13 Louise Thompson Patterson interviewed by Evelyn Louise Crawford (Nebbie Lou), March 18, 1990, regarding New York City, 1933
28 14 Louise Thompson Patterson interview, June 24, 1991, (edited transcription only)
28 15 Louise Thompson Patterson, interviewed by Louis Massiah, June 13, 1992, regarding W.E.B. DuBois [for DuBois Film Project], (transcription only)
28 16 Oral History edited by Mary Lecht, n.d., (transcription only)
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