Oral History Access Levels

Free Access 

Users may view, quote from, cite, or reproduce the oral history with the permission of CHF. Users citing interviews for purposes of publication are obliged under the terms of the CHF Center for Oral History to notify CHF of publication and credit CHF using the following format: [Name of interviewee], interview by [name of interviewer] at [interview location], [interview date] (Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript # [interview number]).

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Special Research Status 

Transcript remains unedited or lightly edited due to the interviewee’s request or incapacitation or to CHF’s discretion. Transcript may not contain an abstract, table of contents, or index. Users may view the oral history with the permission of CHF; however, users are not allowed to quote from, cite, or reproduce the oral history.

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