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Oral History Interview with Roulhac B. Toledano, 2016 April 27

 
Higher Level Record: MSS 629
Call Number: MSS 629.65
Title: Oral History Interview with Roulhac B. Toledano, 2016 April 27
Creator: Toledano, Roulhac B. (interviewee) -- More information
Cave, Mark, b. 1964 (interviewer) -- More information
Historic New Orleans Collection (collector) -- More information
Date of Creation: 2016 April 27
Extent: Sound recording: 1 WAV file (82 min.) : digital
Transcript: 52 pp. : digital
Object Name: oral histories (document genres)
WAVE (format)
transcripts
digital audio
Collection Type: Audio
Oral Histories
   
Biography/History: Mark Cave is the curator of manuscripts and oral historian for The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Scope and Content: Roulhac B. Toledano, was interviewed by Mark Cave on April 27, 2016 for the New Orleans Life Story Project. Toledano discusses her early life in Mobile, Alabama, school life in Stamford, Texas, and time at Newcomb College working with Ida Kohlmeyer. She briefly touches on artist Mark Rothko’s time there and working with art historian Alfred Moir. Toledano speaks a great deal about her family history and the histories of the places she’s lived and visited. She explains how she got involved with historic preservation and discusses her authorship of several architectural books. She talks at length about her friendship with Mary Lou Christovich, meeting Kemper and Leila Williams, assisting her husband’s political career, and her life in Charlottesville, Virginia. The interview contains many personal anecdotes about her life in various places.
   
Collection Theme(s): Family and Daily Life
Historic Preservation
Architecture and Urban Development
Authors and Publishers
Subjects: Toledano, Roulhac B. -- More information
Newcomb College -- More information
Newcomb College. Art Department
-- More information
Kohlmeyer, Ida Rittenberg, 1912-1997 -- More information
Christovich, Mary Louise, 1928-2017 -- More information
Toledano, Ben C. -- More information
Williams, Leila Hardie Moore, 1901-1966 -- More information
Williams, Lewis Kemper, 1887-1971 -- More information
Mobile (Ala.)
Demopolis (Ala.)
Texas
Architecture -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Accession Number: 2016.0236
Audio Link:
Transcript: Transcript
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