Dunsmoor, Natalie H. (Class of 1935), June 3, 1995
Scope and Contents
1 interview with Natalie H. Dunsmoor, Middlebury College Class of 1935, by Joice Pangalila at Dunsmoor's 60th reunion. Dunsmoor discusses reunions; why she went to Middlebury; her academic challenges; Mountain club; Alumni college; the Moodys; winter carnival; scholarships; working as a waitress; what she did in her free time; sociology trips; being a teacher; Chateau; French; customs and traditions; tea dances; formals; sororities; sigma kappa; tennis; Dr. Reginald Cook; co-ed dorms; Pearson; and the Middlebury community.
- June 3, 1995
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Open for research without restriction.
Biographical / Historical
Natalie Helen Dunsmoor (1913-2001) was born to Frederick C. and Helen (Miller) Dunsmoor in Waterbury, Connecticut, and graduated from Middlebury College in 1935. After graduation, she was employed as a governess for seven years, and later taught nursery school, kindergarten, and first grade in Savannah, Georgia. She spent the rest of her teaching career at St. Vincent's School.
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