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Carter, William Ambrose, 1899-1972



William Carter was born on November 5, 1899 in Washington DC and was a member of the Class of 1920 at Dartmouth. He taught economics at Dartmouth College from 1928-1966. He also served as the Director of Great Issues and was Ombudsman from 1971-1972. He was also a member of the Committee on Educational Policy from 1954-1959. He died in 1972 in Sun City, AZ.

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Oral history interview with William A. Carter.

Identifier: DOH-221
Date(s): 1975-06-06
Abstract William Carter, Professor of Economics 1928-1965, Director of Great Issues, Ombudsman 1971-1972, Committee on Education Policy 1954-1959. Oral history interview documenting his career at Dartmouth College. Professor Carter describes his colleagues in the Economics and other departments. These include: Malcolm Kier, Everett Goodue, Ray Leffler, Joseph MacDonald, Daniel Marx, Chester Arthur Phillips, and Gregory Hines. He details his experience as department chairman, finding faculty after...
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