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Interview with Shirley Hodge Hardin, April 1, 1999

 File — Bag: \folklife\prj1014\, Folder: 012_hardin-shirley
Collection number: PRJ1014-012

Scope and Contents

Interview with Shirley Hodge Hardin, April 1, 1999. Jakin, Georgia. Recorded in Valdosta, Georgia. Fieldworker: Gretchen Geisinger. Audio file. Part of the South Georgia Folklife Project at Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections.


  • April 1, 1999

Conditions Governing Access


2.19 Gigabytes (1 electronic record(s) and derivatives. 1 audio file (wav, mp3) 1090837882 bytes. 00:47:20. 3 PDF documents (8 scans, jp2). 2.19 GB (2,356,146,949 bytes).)


From the Collection: English

Tape Log

id: CAS-1012.18

range: 7

section: I

shelf: 4

box_number: 22

item_title: "Hardin, Shirley"

call_number: PRJ-1012

project_title: Student Project

equipment_used: recorder

informant_name: Shirley Hardin

fieldworker: Gretchen Gersinger

recording_engineer: Gretchen Grisinger

date: 03/22/99

recording_location: "Valdosta, GA"

content_summary: Tape Log and tape transcript of interview: Jakin from an African American Perspective Emphasis on Church and Education

notes: Taped by Gretchen Grisinger as part of the Solomon's Porch Independent Study under Laurie Sommers

index_of_contents: transcript exists

consent_form: 1

transcription: 1

access_copy: 0

technical_summary: "Very difficult to hear, muffled."

genre: "personal experience narrative, oral history, African American gospel music"

places: "Jakin, GA"

people: "Shirley Hardin, Thelma Powell,"

groups: "Bethel Church, Good Hope Church, Carver Elementary School, Washington High School"

keywords: "integration, race, segregation, church, African American"


Processing Information

CAS-1012.18, ADS-1012-12

Note: Original audio very quite and noisy. MP3 edited for clarity.

Repository Details

Part of the Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections Repository

Valdosta State University Archives, Odum Library
1500 N. Patterson St.
Valdosta GA 30601 United States
229-259-5055 (Fax)