Covid-19 and Me Oral History Project Collection
Held at: Princeton University Library: University Archives [Contact Us]
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Overview and metadata sections
This project was created by Valencia L. Johnson, Archivist for Student Life, in 2020.
This project hopes to bring together narratives of how people experienced the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic through oral history interviews. Undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni of Princeton University were welcomed to participate in this project.
This collection was processed by Valencia L. Johnson in 2022. Finding aid written by Valencia L. Johnson in 2022.
No materials were separated from this collection.
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- Finding Aid Author
- Valencia L. Johnson
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- Access Restrictions
This collection is open.
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