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     READ or LISTEN to these interviews with people who either particpated as youth, worked as employees, or volunteered at Camp Washington-Carver. All of the first group of interviews are part of the Oral History of Appalachia Collection, housed in Special Collections, Morrow Library, Marshall University.
     Transcripts of all the interviews can be viewed with Adobe Reader, which you can download for free. Five of the interviews can be heard as streaming audio files, which require Windows Media Player, also downloadable for free.    These four interviews are found in the West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, West Virginia, and are used with its permission. Viewing the transcripts of these interviews also requires Adobe Reader.

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