Read the October issue of the ORATOR!
This month's Orator comes to us from Jessica Neal, the SDOHC Cataloger! It details Poker Alice's trip to the Governor's office to receive a pardon for running a house of ill-repute.
A publication from the South Dakota Oral History Center, The Orator comes out once a month with a bulk SDOHC/ORATOR publication being circulated bi-annually.
Articles and information
The Orator is a fairly new publication and is distributed, mainly, throughout the University of South Dakota’s Campus. However, we are continuing to grow our reader base through the use of technology and community contacts.
We are always accepting new writers for the Orator and the SDOHC Blog. Contact email@example.com for more information about how you can become a writer for the SDOHC!
Become a SDOHC Member!
By becoming a member of the SDOHC you will be supporting the continued collection and preservation of Northern Plains Voices. You will also, as a member, receive, by email, the SDOHC Orator once per month and any updates about the Center’s activities, then, twice per year, the SDOHC will mail you the bulk Orator publication which will include information about the wide world of oral history and the Oral History Center, and feature articles by contributors to oral history scholarship.
SDOHC Student Membership $25.00
SDOHC Membership $50.00
As a SDOHC member you will not pay processing fees for requests, receive, by email, the Orator every month and SDOHC updates, as well as, the bi-annual bulk Orator mailing with information about wider oral history scholarship, the SDOHC, and articles from Orator contributors!
SDOHC Institutional Membership $200.00
Along with normal member benefits, Institutional Members will receive free admission to classes focused on the archival preservation of audio and video recordings, as well as, free access to the SDOHC’s collections for the use in one exhibit!
SDOHC Sponsor $1,000.00
Along with normal member benefits, a SDOHC Sponsor is given the opportunity to have a professional Sponsored Oral History Interview conducted and preserved by the SDOHC!