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Reminiscences of Anne Firor Scott : oral history, 2000.

Author: Anne Firor Scott; Ronald J Grele
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Family and youth, Athens, Georgia; education: A.B. in History, University of Georgia, 1941; work at IBM; M.A. in Political Science, Northwestern University, 1944; National League of Women Voters, employee, 1944-1947; effects of World War II on women in academia; PhD dissertation on Southern progressives in National Congress, Radcliffe College, 1958; Professor at the University of North Carolina, 1959-1960 and at  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Interviews
Named Person: Anne Firor Scott; David A Hamburg
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Firor Scott; Ronald J Grele
OCLC Number: 269255356
In: Carnegie Corporation project. Pt. 2
Notes: Interviewed by: Ronald Grele on October 10, 2000 in Durham, North Carolina.
Description: transcript: 88 leaves. sound recordings: 2 sound cassettes (115 min) : analog.

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Family and youth, Athens, Georgia; education: A.B. in History, University of Georgia, 1941; work at IBM; M.A. in Political Science, Northwestern University, 1944; National League of Women Voters, employee, 1944-1947; effects of World War II on women in academia; PhD dissertation on Southern progressives in National Congress, Radcliffe College, 1958; Professor at the University of North Carolina, 1959-1960 and at Duke University, 1961-1980; Chairman of the Governor's Commission on the Status of Women in N.C., 1964-1968; writes The Southern Lady, 1970; career focus on women's history and race; Carnegie Board of Trustees, 1976-1984; relationships with Alan Pifer and David Hamburg; issues: Retreats, grant giving and project effectiveness, Agenda Committee, staff/trustee relations; reads extensively from personal journal and includes excerpts at end of interview.

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