DRAFT: December 15, 1993 Historical society of the District of Columbia Circuit Interviewer Oral History Agreement -rr 1. Having agreed to conduct an oral history interview with I� A. � for the Historical Society QJ tf\9 o 1 Di_�trict ofcoiuinb .erv-Sr Circuit, , do Washington, hereby grant o.c., and convey I, �•d to the ,Nt,� Society and its successors and assigns, all of my right, title, and interest in the tape recordings and transcripts of interviews, as described in Schedule A hereto, including literary rights and copyrights. 2. I authorize the Society, to duplicate, edit, publish, or permit the use of said tape recordings and transcripts in any manner that the Society considers appropriate, and I waive any claims I may have or acquire to any royalties from such use. 3. I agree that I will make no use of the interview or the information contained therein until it is concluded and edited, and that I will then use such information only if and to the extent permitted by the Society. �G;L(d=&/Wf Interviewer Date swo� TO ANO SUBSCRIBED before me this � day of -����–‘ 191� – “2J�� Notary Public Teruk, R. Sc!ven Nc’.::v P1Jc::�. o;s;:ici cl Co!cmbia , My commission expires l·tt C5� .. –;;b,lvi1 :::·:;:;2c; A:�..;i i4, tS96 ACCEPTED Gribbon, Columbia this!:>� day of f.-U�cA, President of the Historical Circuit. , 19� � by Daniel M. Society of the District of Daniel M. Gribbon V DRAFT: December 15, 1993 Schedule A Tape recording(s) and transcript resulting from _0<\. __ ‘2-=’— / -r1′ _ ” ..,-,. (number) interviewJ of � ./ ( ft, interviewee) HtlA.�/ on the following date1: .!l l/ Identify _specifically for each interview, the date thereof and (1) the number of tapes being conveyed, and (2) the number of pages of the transcript of that interview. vi