Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit Interviewer Oral History Aareement 1. Having agreed to conduct an oral history interview with Paul C. Warnke for the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit, Washington, D.C., I, William W. ROSS, do hereby grant and convey to the Society and its successors and assigns, all of my right, title, and interest in the tape record- ings, transcripts and computer diskette 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, transcripts and diskette in any manner that the Society considers appropriate, and I waive any claims I may have or acquire to any royalties from such use. the information contained therein until it is concluded and edited, or until I receive permission from the Society. 3. I agree that I will make no use of the interview or state of Marvkmld/commission expires -ires Aug, 22,2008 E . gaur<* f’e*-,~r ACCEPTED this Zk day of , 20oJ-, by lSwe++I. G+&.be~, President of the Historical Society of tz District of Columbia Circuit. V Schedule A Tape recording(s) and transcript resulting from eisht (number) interviews of Paul C. Warnke on the following dates : (Interviewee) Pages of Date (Month, Day, Year) & Title Number of Talses Transcript March March March March Apr i 1 April Apr i 1 Apr i 1 2001, 2001, 2001 2001, 2001, 2001, 2001, 2001 , Interview #1 Interview #2 Interview #3 Interview #4 Interview #5 Interview #6 Interview #7 Interview #8 1 25 11′ 31 37 17 11 07 20 15 The transcripts of the eight interviews are contained on one diskette. – 1f The March 22, 2001, interview continues on Side A of the tape cassette for the March 27, 2001 interview. The March 27, 2001 interview begins on Side B of the March 22, 2001, tape cassette and continues on Sides A & B of a second tape. Accordingly, there are nine tapes.