Re: North Carolina Veterans Oral History Transcription Project

Thank you for the notice. We have had this from other people as well. By chance this H-Net posting happened to get shared on the day our Omeka site went down Friday, December 28, while our developer is out of town for the holidays. It is an error in the Omeka server. We'll correct it by Wednesday and I'll repost to H-Net to let everyone know. Thanks again, and Happy New Year.

Re: North Carolina Veterans Oral History Transcription Project

It's good to hear such an institute has been established.  Those of you interested in veterans' oral histories may be interested to check out the Reichelt Oral Collection, established by the history department at Florida State University in 1996.  Those interested in World War II veterans' collections may also want to look at an unknown (or perhaps lesser known) gem, also at the Florida State University, and that is the Institute for World War II and the Human Experience, which has travel/research grants.

Re: North Carolina Veterans Oral History Transcription Project

It's good to hear that such an institute has been created. Those of you interested might also want to check out the Reichelt Oral History collection, established by the history department at Florida State University in 1996. https://www.lib.fsu.edu/reichelt. Another perhaps unknown or lesser known gem associated with Florida State University is the Institute for World War II and the Human Experience, which has a fairly large collection of veterans' letters and records.

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