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Eugene B. Redmond Oral History Interview #1 (Oct. 11, 2011)

Eugene B. Redmond Oral History Interview #1 (Oct. 11, 2011)

0:00:00 [Description of East St. Louis Center physical location; meaning of ëAlestleí; reaction of community to the school] Rose: Alright, well today is Tuesday October 11, 2011, my name is Mary Rose and today I’m interviewing Dr. Eugene B. Redmond for an oral history interview. So Dr. Redmond, we here at SIUE [Southern Illinois University …

Joe Bartlett: “The Clinic”

Joe Bartlett: “The Clinic”

Mr. Halleck had the Clinic on the main throughfare there. I don’t have that number, but I think we have it somewhere in our previous testimony. His method of operation was a little different, maybe unique. He lubricated his some of his recalcitrant Members with beverage, which was not a stranger to the Board of …

Frank Mitchell: Congresswoman Bolton

We used to work some pretty long hours. I mentioned getting up for Capitol Page School early. But then sometimes the sessions would go—drag on—into the evenings, into the night, sometimes almost all night. And the Pages would just be dragging about one, two, three o’clock in the morning. The phones weren’t ringing. The people …

Oral History Center Class of 2019

Oral History Center Class of 2019

Going to Berkeley had been a life-changing experience for me, and also Candy, so we were and we were still somewhat connected—going back to football games and a few things like that. So we decided to set up a scholarship program. And so then I learned about America. My father explained, “Look, we’re not in …