Interviewee Form I
Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit
Interviewee Oral History Agreement
1. In consideration of the recording and preservation of my oral history
memoir by the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit, Washington,
D.C., and its employees and agents (hereinafter “the Society”), I, Milton V.
Freeman, except as otherwise provided herein, do hereby grant and convey to the
Society and its successors and assigns all of my rights, title, and interest in the
tape recordings and transcripts of interviews of me as described in Schedule A
hereto, including literary rights and copyrights. All copies of the tapes and
transcripts are subject to the same restrictions, herein provided.
2. I reserve the right to use the tapes and transcripts and their content
as a resource for any book, pamphlet, article or other writing of which I am an
author or co-author. I also reserve the right to quote, in whole or in part, from the
tapes and transcripts,
– any, writing of which I am an author or co-author.
3. I authorize · e Society, subject to any exceptions contained herein, 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.
SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED before me this ?day of H
?n ? th. D ? ,, Notary Public
My commission expires: 10\a.-… l Y , I Ct 9 ‘:I
ACCEPTED this J!i,Sday of ‘-4F’ 199_4:,by Daniel M. Gribbon, President of
the Historical Society of the Dist ct of Columbia Circuit.
Daniel M. Gribbon
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Tape recordings and transcript resulting from one interview conducted by
Phyllis Hunvitz Marcus on the following dates:’
May 18, 1995 (2 audio tapes; 52 page transcript)
Identlfjr 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
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Interviewee Form I