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Interview, 1977.

Author: Helen Candland Stark; Jessie L Embry; Gordon Irving; Karen Hulet; James Moyle Oral History Program.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Typescript of an interview conducted by Jessie L. Embry on 17 May 1977 at Salem, Utah. Stark talks about her early life in Mt. Pleasant and Provo, Utah, and tells about her early education in Provo and at Brigham Young University. She relates her experiences as a teacher in Kanab, Utah, and at Bingham High School. She also describes how she met her husband, Henry Stark, and her experiences in Arden, Delaware.
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Named Person: Helen Candland Stark
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Candland Stark; Jessie L Embry; Gordon Irving; Karen Hulet; James Moyle Oral History Program.
OCLC Number: 80115140
Description: 1 item (28 pages).

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Typescript of an interview conducted by Jessie L. Embry on 17 May 1977 at Salem, Utah. Stark talks about her early life in Mt. Pleasant and Provo, Utah, and tells about her early education in Provo and at Brigham Young University. She relates her experiences as a teacher in Kanab, Utah, and at Bingham High School. She also describes how she met her husband, Henry Stark, and her experiences in Arden, Delaware. She talks about her subsequent life in Salem, Utah, and her opinions of the role of women in the Mormon Church.

The interview tape was transcribed by Karen Hulet in June 1977. The typescript was subsequently edited by Helen Stark, Jessie Embry, and Gordon Irving.

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