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Oral history interview of Joseph L. Vaughan, 1973, 2000.

Author: Champ Clark; R Chambliss Light; Joseph Lee Vaughan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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In an interview conducted in 1973, Vaughan recalls Pesident Alderman and his influence; William Mynn Thornton; John Lloyd Newcomb; the University during World War II; Edward R. "Butch" Slaughter; Copeley Hill housing; Colgate Darden; Clinch Valley College; Frank Hartman;Joseph C. Smiddy; Edgar F. Shannon; James M. Page; Samuel A. Mitchell; Milton W. Humphreys; and traditions and the University of Virginia way.
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Genre/Form: Audio tapes
Oral histories
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Named Person: Edwin Anderson Alderman; Colgate W Darden; Frank E Hartman; Milton W Humphreys; S A Mitchell; John Lloyd Newcomb; James Morris Page; Edgar Finley Shannon; Edward R Slaughter; Joseph C Smiddy; William M Thornton; Joseph Lee Vaughan
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Champ Clark; R Chambliss Light; Joseph Lee Vaughan
OCLC Number: 647916077
Notes: Interview conducted by R. "Cham" Light.
Transcribed by Champ Clark.
Description: Sound recordings 2 sound reels (1 hr., 33 min.) Draft transcript with manuscript corrections. Index. 2 items.
Other Titles: Joseph L. Vaughan Oral History interview

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In an interview conducted in 1973, Vaughan recalls Pesident Alderman and his influence; William Mynn Thornton; John Lloyd Newcomb; the University during World War II; Edward R. "Butch" Slaughter; Copeley Hill housing; Colgate Darden; Clinch Valley College; Frank Hartman;Joseph C. Smiddy; Edgar F. Shannon; James M. Page; Samuel A. Mitchell; Milton W. Humphreys; and traditions and the University of Virginia way.

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