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Interviews

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Walter Mason Camp papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 57
Overview The collection consists of correspondence, interview notes, general research and field notes, drafts of writings, photographs, maps, newsclippings and miscellaneous research and reference materials created and collected by Camp, and pertaining to the Indian Wars of the plains (1864-1890). The bulk of the collection consists of the correspondence (1908-1923), interviews, general research and field notes (1890-1924). Chief interviewees and correspondents were the officers, enlisted men, and...

Walter Mason Camp interviews, between 1900 and 1923

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 57 Series 3
Scope and Contents Contains records of interviews conducted by Camp for his research on the Indian Wars.

Walter Mason Camp interviews with Group 1, between 1900 and 1923

 Sub-Series — Box 2a: Series 3 [31197225556163]
Identifier: MSS 57 Series 3 Sub-Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains records of interviews conducted by Camp for his research on the Indian Wars.

Walter Mason Camp interviews with Group 2, between 1903 and 1923

 Sub-Series — Box 3: Series 3 [31197225556171]
Identifier: MSS 57 Series 3 Sub-Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains records of interviews conducted by Camp for his research on the Indian Wars.

Walter Mason Camp interviews with Group 3, between 1903 and 1923

 Sub-Series — Box 4: Series 3 [31197225556189]
Identifier: MSS 57 Series 3 Sub-Series 3
Scope and Contents Contains records of interviews conducted by Camp for his research on the Indian Wars.

Walter Mason Camp typescripts of selected interviews and notes, approximately 1905-1925

 Series — Box 6: Series 5; Series 6 [31197225556205], Folder: 1-9
Identifier: MSS 57 Series 5
Scope and Contents Contains typescripts of selected interviews and notes. The typescripts of selected interviews and notes were an outgrowth of Kenneth Hammer's work on the book Custer in '76. As indicated, they are not a complete typescript for all the interviews and notes in the collection. Those filed here consist of a photocopy of the original which has been cut apart with scissors (and as such many pages carry original page numbers and markings such as "End of folder," which should be ignored) in order to...