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, Charles R. Richey, except as otherwise provided herein
and in Schedule B attached hereto, 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 restrictions0 herein provided.
2. The foregoing transfer is subject to the exception specified in Schedule B hereto.
3. I reserve the right to use the tapes and transcripts and their content as a resource
for any book, pamphlet, article or other “vriting of whjch I am an author or co-author.
4. I authorize the Society, subject to the exception in Schedule B attached hereto, 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.
5. It is my intention to donate a copy of the tapes and transcripts described on
Schedule A hereto as additional gifts under Paragraph 3 of my Deed of Gift to Case Western
Reserve University dated December 1, 1992. (For information, a copy of the Deed of Gift is
attached as Schedule C. The terms of that Deed of Gift shall apply exclusively to such tapes and
transcripts as I may donate to Case Western Reserve University and shall not othenvise affect
this grant and conveyance to the Society.) Accordingly, upon my request, the Society shall
deliver to Case Western Reserve Universitv one set of the materials described on Schedule A
Charles R. Richey ?V ?
SWORN TO AND SUBSCRJB .,D before me this/? day of
My Commission expires _________ _
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ACCEPTED this _0_ day of U5t:.-? , 1-9? by Daniel M. Gribbon, President of
the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit.
Daniel M. Gribbon
Tapes recordings, digital recordings, transcripts, computer diskettes and electronic media
resulting from four interviews of Charles Richey, conducted on the following dates:
Interview No. and Date Number of Tapes or CDs Final Transcript
No. 1 April 10, 1995 } 1-55
No. 2 April 13, 1995 } 56-122
No. 3, April 25, 1995 } All on one CD 123-174
No. 4, May 9, 1995 } 175-312
No. 5 October 5, 1995 } 313-386
No. 6 January, 1996 } 387-435
No. 7 February 19, 1996 } 436-505
The transcripts of the seven interviews are contained on one CD.