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January 25, 2015
John and Irma Burr loved Martha, as did all seven of their children. May she rest in peace. But somehow I can see Martha in heaven, sharp as ever, commenting on world affairs. Kate Burr Oliver
April 26, 2013
An amazing life!

Thanks to Martha Jackson Ross for her courage as an advocate for civil rights and her extraordinary professional career.
A woman to be remembered!
Sympathy to her family
April 22, 2013
It is with deep sadness that I heard of Martha's passing. She was my mentor in oral history but also in how to live a good and loving life. She had a tremendous impact on the field of oral history, setting the highest of standards. She was a very special person, and I will always count myself as very lucky to have known her as I did.
April 21, 2013
Martha was a long-time advocate for teachers when I joined the Oral History Association. She was witty, kind, generous, warm, gregarious--she embodied what has made the Oral History Association a special home for a diverse group of independent, public, academic and teaching historians. She will be missed.