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Indian-Americans in Corvallis, Oregon Oral History Collection, 2016

The Indian-Americans in Corvallis, Oregon Oral History Collection is a set of three interviews featuring six members of the Indian-American community in Corvallis.
ID: OH 037
Extent: 0.38 gigabytes
Scope and Content Notes
Biographical / Historical Notes
Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.
Arrangement
Preferred Citation: Indian-Americans in Corvallis, Oregon Oral History Collection (OH37), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: Sravya Tadepalli, a student at the University of Oregon at the time she completed the project and with family living in Corvallis, dontated the set of oral history interviews to the Oregon Multicultural Archives.
Acquired: 2017.
Languages of Materials
Other

Container List

Series 1: Interviews, 2016 Add to Shelf
Three interviews.
Digital File 1: Partha Lakkur and Surya Lakkur, August 17, 2016 Add to Shelf
(01:28:30) In this interview, Partha and Surya Lakkur discuss their lives growing up in India; their experiences with education in both India and the United States; dealing with discrimination and bias; and how they have changed as a result of living in Corvallis, Oregon. [Interview audio and transcript available online]
Digital File 2: Samnirmal (Sam) Karipalli and Jessie Karipalli, August 21, 2016 Add to Shelf
(01:07:12) In this interview, Jessie and Sam Karipalli talk about growing up in India and moving to the United States, touching on the challenges and rewards of living in the United States, religion, community service, and other issues. [Interview audio and transcript available online]
Digital File 3: Eldurkar Bhaskar and Sucheta Bhaskar, August 25, 2016 Add to Shelf
(01:29:31) In this interview, Eldurkar and Sucheta Bhaskar discuss their lives in India and their journey to the United States, particularly touching on issues of race and identity as Indian-Americans. [Interview audio and transcript available online]