Community oral histories
Scope and Contents
This series contains oral histories of members of California State University San Marcos's regional service area, roughly San Diego County north of Interstate 56, from the Pacific Ocean and eastward into the mountains and desert around Anza Borrego State Park, south of Orange County (including Camp Pendelton), and southwestern Riverside County. Community oral histories contain a wide focus of interviews relating topics, organiziations, and places important to those who live, work, study, and play in this service area, and have themes related to national and international issues and interests.
- From the Collection: California State University San Marcos. University Library (Publisher, Organization)
Language of Materials
Collection is predominately in English; materials in other languages or containing words from other languages are indicated at the item level.
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is partially processed. Processed components of the collection (those listed in this inventory) are open for research. Unprocessed additions may contain restricted materials. Please contact Special Collections in advance to request access.
Select items have been reformatted and have digital preservation copies. Access to original recordings is restricted; researchers may request listening/viewing copies. Due to original media format, it may not be possible in some cases to create use copies.
The Special Collections and University Archives Reading Room is accessible by appointment only, Monday-Friday, 8am - 4pm. Final requests for materials must be made one hour prior to closing. Please submit requests for archival materials at least 24 hours in advance of desired appointment. Materials requested over the weekend will be available on the following Tuesday at the earliest. Please note that Special Collections and University Archives observes all campus holiday closures as noted in the Library Calendar. For more information, please send an email to email@example.com.
From the Collection: 256 Gigabytes
From the Collection: 29 Cassettes