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Interview by Andrelisa Livingston. Author Baker Rogers discusses their article published in the December 2018 issue of Gender & Society, “Drag as a Resource: Trans* & Non-Binary Individuals Use of Drag in the Southeastern United States.”
Audio collected by Dr. Barbara Hendry. Two sets of 92 cassette tapes, tape catalogs, transcripts and related materials - edited, organized and deposited in GSU Henderson Library’s Special Collections Section and the Bulloch County Library. Transcripts of these tapes were used by Patricia Pace in writing the Bulloch County Bicentennial play, Wiregrass, viewed by over 3,000 people in April, 1996.
Audio collected by Dr. Barbara Hendry. Museum exhibit for the Savannah History Museum based on 27 oral history interviews, documentary, and archival photographic study of an African-American Savannah neighborhood. Oral History Collection: Tapes, tape catalogs, and materials related to this project deposited with the Coastal Heritage Society of Savannah, GA