This collection includes typed transcripts, audiocassettes, and videocassettes from an oral history project conducted betweeen
1992 and 2002 by Jan Erickson, former Administrative Assistant to Chancellor Raymond L. Orbach. The interviews include facts
and historical details pertaining to key individuals associated with the campus in an aim to depict the evolution of the University
of California, Riverside.
The Jan Erickson collection of oral history interviews is a collection of interviews of individuals affiliated with the University
of California, Riverside. These interviews were conducted by the administrative assistant to former Chancellor Raymond L.
Orbach, Jan Erickson, between 1992 and 2002. Erickson conducted these interviews in an attempt to illustrate the evolution
of the University of California, Riverside. The interviewees selected by Erickson consist of faculty, administrators, students
and civic leaders who were integral to the development of the Riverside campus.
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This collection is open for research, however, access to select items is restricted.