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Yes, we certainly are. What I would like to suggest is, the same formula that I used
with, your wife --
-- all right --
-- for that extensive interview. And that is, you will shortly have all the typescripts,
and then when you have a chance to take a look and see what some of the gaps might be, and
what other things come to your mind-- and I will have further questions -- and we can
follow up, at some time.
And then one other thing -- if you go through another major episode at any time --
-- I can't stand any more “major episodes” -- I told you, I'm
Our Oral History director, Professor Louis Starr, points out that some people have a
Volume I and a Volume II, even a Volume III of their oral memoirs -- particularly,
catching somebody in mid-career. And I'm sure you'll not have another whole volume, but
perhaps a significant epilogue.
All right. I've enjoyed the experience, unexpected as it was. I still would like to know
from you, though, how many blacks you have in the project?
I'll find out how many.
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