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An oral history interview with Dianne McDaniel on being a part of the JFK neighborhood since 1985.
An oral history interview with Hobert Sutton
An oral history interview with Lee Roland about living in the JFK neighborhood.
An oral history interview with Dr. Linda Toure about living in the JFK neighborhood.
An oral history interview with Lucretia Redus about living in the JFK neighborhood.
Stefan Kovash talks about his time working at the Bowery, and seeing punk and alternative bands like X, The Replacements, Wall of Voodoo, and R.E.M come through Oklahoma City in the 1980s.
Thurman White Jr. talks about growing up in northeast Oklahoma City.
Avis and Melva Franklin talk about life in Northeast Oklahoma City.
Frances Pitts talks about running the Metropolitan School of Dance in Northeast Oklahoma City.
In this interview, the television weathercaster talks about his family's history in Oklahoma, his life growing up in Oklahoma, his career as a meteorologist, and more.
Paul Thompson talks about LGBT history and civil rights in Oklahoma City.
Anita Arnold talks about her life in Northeast Oklahoma City. Interviewed by Sandra Richards on August 17, 2007.
Barbara Hillyer talks about her experiences in the LGBT Community in Oklahoma.
Carolyn Filson-Perez talks about growing up in Northeast Oklahoma City with her detective father.
Shirley Filer discusses her childhood growing up in Bethany, stories of the Oklahoma City library from the 1950s, her education, and more.
Glenice McCauley talks about growing up in northeast Oklahoma City.
Carla Ponce talks about coming to the United States from Chihuahua, Mexico, about working in south Oklahoma City, and about the Oklahoma City Latinx community.
Kimberly Francisco talks about life in Northeast Oklahoma City.