Vortrag anläßlich des "Tages der Archive 2010" mit dem Motto: "Dem Verborgenen auf der Spur".
A celebration of life for Professor Joe Morton was held Saturday June 18 at 1pm in the Athenaeum at Goucher College. Speakers were Jason Morton, Rebecca Morton, Nancy Magnuson, Katie Lautar, Sister Ardeth Platte, and Bart Houseman. Meredith Morton played the cello. The gathering music was performed by José Antonio Bowen. Dr. Morton was the founder of Goucher’s Peace Studies Program and professor emeritus of philosophy and peace studies. Dr. Morton learned the necessity of...
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Interview in which Ms. Johnson describes moving to Newark from Florida in 1941, among other topics.
Interview in which Mr. Hill describes moving to Newark from Georgia in 1939, among other topics.
Interview in which Mr. Woods describes his migration to Newark from Alabama in 1948, among other topics.
Second interview in which Mr. Woods continues to discuss life in Newark and migration from his home in Alabama in 1948, among other topics.
Mr. Slatten discusses, among other topics, life in Newark, NJ where he was born in 1923.
Interview in which Ms. Henderson describes moving to Newark from Harlem, New York in 1974, among other topics.