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Keith Peters oral history interview : tape and transcript, 1986

Author: Keith Peters; John Hennen
Edition/Format:   Music : English
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At the time of the interview, Keith Peters was an instructor in Social Studies at Marshall University. The interview deals specifically with the controversy over the recognition of the Students for a Democratic Society. He also discusses his background and education, activism in general, Communism, Mrs. E. Wyatt Payne, newspapers and magazines, a brief section on theatre and entertainment, Mel Miller and other  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Named Person: Keith Peters; Michael L Bottino
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Peters; John Hennen
OCLC Number: 650548781
Notes: This interview is one of a series conducted concerning the history of Marshall University.
There are release forms for two interviews, one dates Feb. 28 1986 and the other dated April 7, 1986. However, the April release has a note saying "this tape is blank."
Description: Tape : sound tape reel. Transcript : 35 p.
Responsibility: conducted by John Hennen.

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At the time of the interview, Keith Peters was an instructor in Social Studies at Marshall University. The interview deals specifically with the controversy over the recognition of the Students for a Democratic Society. He also discusses his background and education, activism in general, Communism, Mrs. E. Wyatt Payne, newspapers and magazines, a brief section on theatre and entertainment, Mel Miller and other individuals, race relations, Michael Bottino, and Kent State.

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