Series SR 11098 - Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair

Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Transcript] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 01] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 02] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 03] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 04] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 05] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 06] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 07] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 08] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 09] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 10] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Sound Recording 11] Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair [Video 01]

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SR 11098

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Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair

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  • 2005-04-19 - 2005-05-02 (Creation)

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6 Audiocassette (4 hr. 24 min., 15 sec.) + Transcript (103 pp)
online resource (11 audio files (4 hr. 24 min., 15 sec.) + Transcript (1 PDF file)
1 Mini-DV (1 hr. 55 sec.)
online resource (1 video file (1 hr. 55 sec.)

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(1948-)

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Stephen Michael Bloom was born June 10, 1948 in San Francisco, California, to Dr. Allan Bloom and Natalie Claire Levee. He grew up in the San Fernando Valley, where his father was a general practice physician. Bloom graduated high school in 1966, attended Dartmouth College for two years, and in 1970 matriculated at Stanford University with a degree in English. He came of age during the Vietnam War, which shaped his social conscience. During his time at Stanford, Bloom lived with fellow students from the Students for a Democratic Society [SDS] while serving in the Navy ROTC. After two years in the Navy, Bloom began working with the Equal Educational Opportunities Commission in the California Department of Education. Preferring the work he observed lawyers doing, Bloom headed to Willamette Law School in Oregon in 1974.

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Bloom discusses his family and education, his early career, water law and water rights, sentencing guidelines, memorable cases, etc.

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In Copyright - Non-Commercial Use Permitted http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-NC/1.0/

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  • English

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Oral history interviews with Stephen Bloom, by Donna Sinclair, 2005 April 19 - May 2, SR 11098, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

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