Oral Histories

The Michigan Women's Historical Center's
video collection includes videotapes relating to the Living Histories project: half-hour, videotaped oral histories of Michigan Women's Hall of Fame honorees. To date, the following women have been recorded:
 Fran Harris, a prominent broadcaster in Michigan;
 Mamie Geraldine Bledsoe, civil rights activist;
 Jane Kay, retired vice president of Detroit Edison;
 Olga Madar, founder of the Coalition of Labor Union Women;
 Dorothy Haener, co-founder of the National Organization of Women;
 Mildred Jeffrey, retired UAW staff person and founder of the National Women's Political Caucus; and
 Marjorie Peebles Meyers, the first woman and first African American to serve as Ford Motor Company's chief physician.