Geraldine Gardner Interview and Photograph, circa 1920-1978 PDF
- Geraldine Gardner Interview and Photograph
- circa 1920-1978 (inclusive)19201978
- .1 linear feet. (2 cassette tapes, 1 photograph)
- Collection Number
- SPC 978-0071
- This collections consists of an interview with Geraldine Gardner, concerning her experiences as an African-American woman living in Spokane.
Eastern Washington University
Archives and Special Collections
Archives & Special Collections
Eastern Washington University Libraries
320 Media Lane - 100 LIB
- Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public.
- English, English
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
This collection contains an interview with Geraldine Gardner, concerning her experiences as an African-American woman living in Spokane. Also includes a photograph of unknown content.
This collection is part of the Inland Northwest Black History Collection. See "Related Materials" note for related collections.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
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Geraldine Gardner Interview and Photograph; SPC 978-0071; box number; folder number; Archives & Special Collections, Eastern Washington University.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Subject Terms :
- African American women--Washington (State)--Spokane
- African Americans--Washington (State)--Spokane
- African Americans--Washington (State)--Spokane--Social conditions
- African Americans--Washington (State)--Spokane--Social life and customs
- Personal Names :
- Gardner, Geraldine--Interviews
- Geographical Names :
- Spokane (Wash.)--Race relations
- Form or Genre Terms :
- Interviews (Sound recordings)
- Oral histories