Loyola University Chicago Oral History Project, John Felice Rome Center Oral Histories
Cudahy Library Room 218
1032 West Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL 60626
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Initiated in 2006, The Loyola University Chicago Oral History Project is documenting the history of Loyola University Chicago through oral history interviews of administrators, staff, faculty, and alumni. Administration, faculty, staff, and alumni were interviewed about their experiences at the John Felice Rome Center as part of the project.
Scope and Content Note:
The collection consists of audio recordings of oral history interviews, many accompanied by typed transcripts. One interview is with Elizabeth Jackson Hall, a student at the Rome Center from 1968 - 1969, concerns her reception in Rome as an African American student.