Donald Douglas papers
Consists of research material, commemorative material, oral history interviews, and audiocassettes produced and collected by Dr. Donald Douglas, a professor at Wichita State University, who organized Holocaust remembrance events in the Midwest beginning in the 1970s. The collection includes material related to Yom Hashoah events from 1979-2000; research materials related to the World War II letters of Harold Porter, a member of the US Army; and transcripts of oral history interviews with Holocaust survivors who settled in Kansas, which formed the basis of Douglas's manuscript, "Survivors in the Heartland."
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