Luce Philippine Project Interviews
 


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Luce Philippine Project Interviews

The materials in this online repository form part of a larger Luce Philippine Project Interview collection held by the Bentley Historical Library. For a more complete index to the materials, please consult the collection's online finding aid.

For questions or more information, please contact the Bentley Historical Library's Division of Reference and Access Services

Abstract:
Oral history interviews collected as part of a project of the University of Michigan Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation, on "U.S.-Philippine Interactions as Reflected in Oral Histories."

History:
In 1977 the University of Michigan Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies received support from the Henry Luce Foundation for a three-year project on "U.S.-Philippine Interactions as Reflected in Oral Histories." One part of the grant-funded project was to provide monies to Michigan faculty and students undertaking oral history, both in the Philippines and among Filipinos and Americans with Philippine experience (former diplomats, teachers, missionaries, servicemen, colonial officials, etc.) in the United States. As a result of this project, the Bentley Historical Library received tapes from two researchers, Michael Cullinane, at that time research associate in the Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies and later associate director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies of University of Wisconsin--Madison, and Petra Fuld Netzorg, manager of the Cellar Book Shop in Detroit, Michigan, which specialized in Philippine publications.

Please note:

Copyright has been transferred to the Regents of the University of Michigan.



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