Wright, Spencer (Class of 1949), March 6, 1975
Scope and Contents
1 audio cassette tape containing interview with Spencer Wright (Class of 1949) by Deborah Clifford. During the interview, Wright discusses: why he came to Middlebury; Bill Brewster's invitation to attend Kimball Union Academy; athletics at Middlebury; the effect of the war (World War II) on Middlebury; the draft; working for Bethelehem Steel and Proctor and Gamble; female students at Middlebury; hazing; reorienting veterans into the College community; dormitories on campus; the role of the Dean of Women; Elizabeth Walt Baker Kelly; meeting President Stratton as a freshman; perceptions of President Stratton on campus; fraternity parties; town-gown relations; eating at the Middlebury Inn; selling flowers on campus; relationships with faculty members; the education major; and "Duke" Nelson.
- March 6, 1975
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Conditions Governing Access
Open for research without restriction.
Biographical / Historical
Spencer V. Wright (1923-) graduated from Middlebury College in 1949. He was born to Stanley V. Wright and Ruth (Ashworth). He completed his MA at the University of New Hampshire in 1958 and had four children: Gary A., Lesley W., Donald, and Catharine.
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1 audio cassette
Assigned identifier: a13af19750506-01