Kerstein, Robert J.; University of South Florida Libraries -- Florida Studies Center.|Oral History Program; University of South Florida -- Tampa Library
University of South Florida. Library
This is an oral history interview with historian and journalist Hampton Dunn, in which he discusses the political history of Tampa from the 1930s to the 1960s. He discusses the dominant politicians in Tampa, corruption and power struggles between state and city officials and other parties, and efforts to implement urban renewal of the city. Dunn was the managing editor of the Tampa Daily Times newspaper, and wrote many books and articles about Florida history. His research collection is now housed in the USF Tampa Library's Special Collections area.
Historians, Interviews, Journalists, Politics and government, History
1 sound file (63 min.) : digital, MP3 file
Historians; Interviews; Journalists; Politics and government; History
Oral histories, Online audio
Interview conducted June 22, 2005.
University of South Florida
Dunn, Hampton, "Hampton Dunn Oral History Interview" (2008). Carlton-Anthony Tampa Oral History Project. 41.