Photographs; slides; and interview audiorecordings, transcripts, and logs documenting the Indivisible project conducted in
San Francisco with the youth organization CHALK, featuring its Youthline telephone hotline program. Included with the San
Francisco materials are postcards, a CD-ROM, a book, and an inventory documenting the Indivisible project as a whole, which
consists of projects conducted at 12 community sites across the United States. George King interviewed and Lauren Greenfield
photographed Youthline and CHALK staff for The Indivisible project.
Indivisible “Indivisible: Stories of American Community” is a documentary project that explores community life in America through real-life
stories recorded in photographs and interviews. The project was organized by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University
in partnership with the Center for Creative Photography, The University of Arizona, and funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
1 box, 1 shoebox, 1 oversize flat box
(3.0 linear feet)
Rights, title, and interest to Indivisible interview recordings, logs, and working transcripts belong to the Center for Documentary
Studies at Duke University and may be used for non-commercial, public service, and educational purposes only, or to publicize
and promote these non-commercial and educational activities. All requests to copy, reprint, or republish recorded interviews
or printed materials for any other purposes than those described above shall be submitted in writing to the Center for Documentary
The collection is available for use during San Francisco History Center hours, with photographs available during Photo Desk
hours. Collections that are stored offsite should be requested 48 hours in advance.