CAMPUS NEWS: FEBRUARY 17, 2020

ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

Midlo Center Receives Donation to Create New Oral History Project ‘The Family Business’

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The Midlo Center for New Orleans Studies is creating a new oral history project focusing on family businesses in New Orleans. A New Orleans street corner is pictured circa 1936. (Walker Evans, Library of Congress).

The Midlo Center for New Orleans Studies is creating a new oral history project focusing on family businesses in New Orleans. A New Orleans street corner is pictured circa 1936. (Walker Evans, Library of Congress).

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