Project description: The Bera-Olina Community History project has approximately 50 interviews with residents of the community in southern California. Many interviewees spent their careers in the local oil fields.
Regulatory significance: Four interviews discuss inspections, safety regulations, and local government as it pertained to oil extraction.
Repository: Center for Oral and Public History, California State University – Fullerton
Interview dates: Late 1970s – early 1980s
Digital access: No online availability for transcripts. Online listing includes brief description of each interview.