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Women in higher education

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Holmes, Marion (Class of 1933), March 4, 1986

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Identifier: MOH34
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Marion Holmes, Class of 1933. Holmes discussed gender segregation on campus; women lacking quality professors because they could only have female professors; sororities; her work as secretary to the registrar and to faculty; her salary; changes to college size; rising cost of tutition; positives about Middlebury College; Winter Carnival; Breadloaf; Forrest Hall; classes in the chapel; compulsory chapel; Hamlin Hall burned down by a student; Robert Frost; President Stratton;...
Dates: March 4, 1986

Stagg, Evelyn (Class of 1939), June 4, 1994

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Identifier: MOH92
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Evelyn Wheeler Stagg, Middlebury College Class of 1939, by Natalie Norman. During the interview, Stagg discusses being born in Vermont; the English major; the president of the women's college; the attitude towards Vermont students at Middlebury; Vermont education; state legislature; issues of communications in politics and education; the problem of trustee power; her dislike of President Stratton; semantics; finding work during the Depression; definitions of progress;...
Dates: June 4, 1994

Wright, Spencer (Class of 1949), March 6, 1975

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Identifier: MOH19
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...
Dates: March 6, 1975