Note: All interviews except Lyon's will be available in the future from the Microfilming Corporation of America.
Complete life history, ca. 100 hrs. taped, when 80 years old. Lyon left Russia at age 16. These memoirs, bound, 3 vols, entitled Popoo: An Autobiography of Al Lyon, were a legacy for his grandchildren.
(0. H. 1498). Hungarian emigrant. 17 hrs., discussion concerning Eastern Europe in World War II, Siberian prisoner of war camps, the Russian secret police, and the Hungarian revolt of 1956. This series of interviews has been edited and published under the title Struggle for Human Rights. Indexed, with pictures.
(0. H. 1410). Interview at age 78 with his son Albert, 3.5 hrs.; service in the White Russian Army during the Revolution and Civil War years, and life in Siberian prison camps. Typed transcript in English, 34 pp., single-spaced, translated from Polish tape, with index and pictures.
(0. H. 1432). Russian-Jewish immigrant. Interview with his daughter, Leah Gilbert, at age 82, 10 hrs.; life in tsarist Russia, service in the Jewish Legion during World War I. Transcript with index and pictures.
(0. H. 1268). American soldier and male nurse in a World War I hospital. Reminiscences on tape, 2 hrs., of the Allied intervention in Archangel, 1917–18.