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Description of the Collection Set of 180 DAT tapes, labeled as "Set 2", which are the digital surrogates made by Versation Corp. of the wire recordings made by David Boder of Holocaust survivors in 1937. Surrogates were made by Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting & Recorded Sound Division for Galvin Library for posting on the Voices of the Holocaust website. The original set of tapes is assumed to be held by Library of Congress. Also included are 22 CD-ROMs which contain the same audio content in different...
Description of the Collection Papers (unpublished) and articles (published) and by David Pablo Boder. Also includes the transcripts of oral interviews conducted by Boder with Holocaust survivors. All transcripts are in English, Boder having translated those which were conducted in Spanish, German, Russian, Yiddish, or Polish.Unpublished Papers: On the History of Experimental Psychology. Text of radio...
Description of the Collection Four black and white prints of Drs. Phil and Harriett Shurrager and colleagues W. A. Kerr, R. A. Dykman, David Boder, and Ira G. Salisbury.
Description of the Collection Audio recording of a program titled "Before It Had A Name," broadcast October 26, 2001 as Episode 197 of public radio series "This American Life." Act One of the program is titled "Mr. Boder Vanishes" and concerns David Pablo Boder who traveled to post-WW II liberation camps to conduct oral histories (as recorded interviews) with Holocaust survivors. Portions of the interviews are included in the program.
Description of the Collection Research material gathered and created by Galvin Library staff members Jan Figa, Vince Golden, and Alison Atkins Denton in support of Galvin Library's "Voices of the Holocaust" website, which features information on (as well as audio links to, and transcriptions of) the interviews conducted by Illinois Institute of Technology professor David P. Boder in displaced persons camps in Europe in 1946. Materials include photocopies from Dr. Boder's papers at the UCLA Special Collections (including...