OHAC archives assistant describes new collection on addiction

Visit the OHAC news stream on the RBML news site to learn about a newly processed collection, the Addicts Who Survived oral history collection. Keri Kelly, archives assistant and a senior in Columbia College studying creative writing and ethnic studies, is part of the team that prepared transcripts, compiled interview summaries, and wrote narrator biographies for this historic collection that includes interviews with narcotic addicts and dealers, doctors specializing in addiction treatment, police officers and detectives specializing in drug-related crime, and founders of various narcotic treatment programs.