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Oral History Interview Transcription
Dartmouth Vietnam Project (DVP), 2014-ongoing
In addition to transcribing interviews for other Dartmouth College oral history projects, Mim is honored to be the sole transcriber for the college's new Dartmouth Vietnam Project.
U.S. Forest Service Region 5 Oral History Project, 2004-2009
Mim was privileged to be the transcriber for these interviews conducted by the U.S. Forest Service in collaboration with the Regional Oral History Office at the University of California, Berkeley
Excerpt, Interview of R.G. for Tuskegee Airmen Oral History Project (96K)
Hundreds of interviews were conducted and transcribed for the project. This six-page excerpt of one transcript shows some of the value-added services I provide.
Interview of Clark Kerr for the Regional Oral History Office, University of California, Berkeley (84K)
Clark Kerr was the chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley, from 1952 to 1958. This transcript is just over 20 pages long.
Interview of E.L. for Georgia's Political Heritage Program (92K)
Side 1 of an interview of a prominent Georgia politician. This transcript is 19 pages long.
Interview for Dan Weiss of Uncle for Family Memoir (92K)
Dan is the author of The Swine's Wedding, The Roaches Have No King, Hell on Wheels, and other novels. The interview covers the period right after the German surrender in World War II, when his uncle was liberated from the prisoner-of-war camp and returned to the U.S. The transcript is just over 18 pages long.
Website edits for Oral History Productions USA - Europe (92K)
My colleague, Elisabeth Pozzi-Thanner, asked me to take a look at the text in her about-to-be-launched Website. These are the corrections and suggestions I sent her.
Excerpt, From the Field, Fall 2003 (68K)
"From the Field" is a section of The Oriole, the quarterly publication of the Georgia Ornithological Society. This four-page excerpt shows how persnickety I am.
Excerpt, Wingbars, January 2004 (76K)
Wingbars is the monthly publication of the Atlanta Audubon Society. This three-and-a-half-page excerpt also gives an indication of what kinds of mistakes I find and fix.