Historian Roy A. Rosenzweig is perhaps best remembered for the Center for History and New Media (CHNM) that bears his name. Before the CHNM, Rosenzweig conducted extensive research on Central Park, labor history and oral history. To discover more about Rosenzweig’s innovative research, take a look at the complete finding aid for the Roy Rosenzweig papers. The finding aid contains documents from 1923-2007, with over 49 linear feet of notes, articles, papers, letters and photographs ready for research. This collection was donated by Deborah Kaplan and processed in 2010-2011 with funds from a Research Library Program Grant provided by the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. Featured below are two documents from the collection.

How to Tape: Instant Oral Biographies by William Zimmerman
Leisure in Worcester, MA

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