Oral History Center - UC Berkeley Library

Bay Area Foundation History, Volume V

Interviewee(s):
Charles, Caroline Moore
Hall, Ira DeVoyd
Martinez, Arabella
Salkind, Milton
Stephenson, Edwin P. "Red"
Yuen, Sam
Interviewer(s):
Morris, Gabrielle
Title:
Bay Area Foundation History, Volume V
Abstract:
Discussion of music conservatory management and funding; community agency development, 1950s; Rosenberg Foundation trusteeship, and women on volunteer boards; Mexican-American leadership and agencies; Negro leadership, and San Francisco Foundation trusteeship; and Chinese-American community agencies, in interviews with MILTON SALKIND, E. P. STEPHENSON, CAROLINE MOORE CHARLES, ARABELLA MARTINEZ, IRA DeVOYD HALL, and SAM YUEN. Milton Salkind, New Vitality in the San Francisco Conservatory of Music E. P. (Red) Stephenson, Transition: White Man in a Black Town, 1950-1967 Caroline Moore Charles, Development and Dynamics of Volunteer Organizations Arabella Martinez, The Spanish-Speaking Unity Council, Inc., and Bay Area Foundations Ira DeVoyd Hall, Jr., Community Resources: Turning Ideas into Action Sam Yuen, Philosopher and Community Agency Administrator
Subject area(s):
Community and Identity
Advocacy and Philanthropy
Interview date(s):
1975
Project:
Advocacy and Philanthropy - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b10879344
Rights:
Charles, Caroline Moore, Ira DeVoyd Hall, Arabella Martinez, Milton Salkind, Edwin P. "Red" Stephenson and Sam Yuen. "Bay Area Foundation History, Volume V." Interview by Gabrielle Morris in 1975. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1976.