Boder, David P. (David Pablo) recordings, 1930-1957
Set of 180 DAT tapes, labeled as "Set 2", which are the digital surrogates made by Versation Corp. of the wire recordings made by David Boder of Holocaust survivors in 1937. Surrogates were made by Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting & Recorded Sound Division for Galvin Library for posting on the Voices of the Holocaust website. The original set of tapes is assumed to be held by Library of Congress. Also included are 22 CD-ROMs which contain the same audio content in different formats (including wav files). Additional CDs added to this collection include the following (as identified on the CDs): (1)Shurrager.wav, (2)Shurrager.rm, (3) NPR/Anna Paul/(Braun), (4) David Boder Footage, (5) David Boder Footage DVD, (6) Jack Bass Audio 4/1 (Carl Marziali Interview, Side A), (7) Jack Bass Video Interview 4/01, (8) Edited versions of the Hildegarde Franz interview. Note that these additional materials may be viewed/heard in the IIT Archives if playback equipment is available, but UASC does not know the source or history of these materials and will not release the sound or images for use. Also included are printouts of still photographs of David Boder used for the project.
- Digitized: 1999-2001
Language of Materials
Records are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Available for Research
Voices of the Holocaust is a website hosted by the Paul V. Galvin Library at IIT which documents the activities of David Boder, who conducted recorded oral interviews of survivors of the Holocaust in 1946.
Catherine Bruck, University Archivist 1/5/2007
- Boder, David P. (David Pablo), 1886-1961 (Person)
- Library of Congress. Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (Organization)
- Paul V. Galvin Library (Organization)