Two oral interviews conducted with Congressman Sonny Callahan in 2003 by Carol Ellis.
Oral interviews with Mobile, retired City Archivist Jay Higginbotham, former Mayor of Mobile, Joseph Langan, Birmingham Lawyer James Blacksher, and Father Edward B. Arroyo of New Orleans, Loyola University. These interviews were related to research Ellis was conducting for her Masters Thesis "The Tragedy of the white moderate' : Father Albert Foley and Alabama civil rights, 1963-1967."
Audio interviews conducted as part of a master's thesis entitled "British Brides, American Wives: The Immigration and Acculturation of War Brides in Mobile, Alabama, 1945-1993" by Martha Jones Mercer. Transcripts of the tapes are also available.
Interview with Harry Carolin, an employee of Erik Overbey conducted on May 20, 1979.
Twenty-five interviews with various Mobilians looking at local organizations, schools and how Mobile has changed over the decades. Some notable interviews include Eugene Walter, a local writer, and Joseph Langan, a local politician.
Interview with Alec Thigpen and Karen Burton
Format: Digital Audio
Dates Covered: 1942-2021
An interview in which Alec Thigpen discusses his career as a commercial photographer who learned the business from his father Roy Thigpen. Thigpen Sr. founded the successful studio in Mobile in 1947. Thigpen also discusses his father's military career and family life.