Papers, 1966-2006

Heine, Lea, 1911-

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  • Format Mixed Materials; Videos, Slides, Films; Sound Recordings
  • Physical Details
    • 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
    • 14 tape recordings, and
    • 1 film; plus
    • additions of 0.6 c.f. and
    • 4 tape recordings
  • OCLC ocn173704838, ocn173692578
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Restrictions

  • Restricted: Literary rights have been retained by Ms. Heine. In addition no quotation or reproduction from the tape recordings is permitted without her written permission.

Summary

  • Papers of a resident of Madison, Wisconsin, who served as a VISTA volunteer teacher in Lancaster, South Carolina. The core of the collection is a tape-recorded autobiography which contains information on her youth in post-World War I Germany and later life in Madison during the Depression, as well as her experiences as a VISTA volunteer. References to her volunteer activities are bolstered by diaries; students' work; printed copies of Me, a booklet she prepared utilizing a pupil's drawings which was used by VISTA as a recruiting tool; drafts of unpublished writings; a tape recording of an interview on the Today program about Me; and an additional tape recording and a home movie she made in Lancaster.

Notes

  • The film in this collection also is cataloged individually.
  • Presented by Lea Heine, Madison, Wisconsin, 1975-1979.