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Oral history interview with Hewette Joyce.
The oral history interview of Hewette Joyce is comprised of one audiocassette recording and a tape log of the recording. The interview was conducted by Arthur Wilson on April 18, 1975 in Hanover, NH. The entire interview runs for approximately one hour. In his interview, Professor Joyce speaks of the role of the Committee on Administration. He talks of the Faculty relations, Great Issues, the lowering of salaries, recruitment of new faculty, and the change in college-growth and the quality of the faculty under President Hopkins. He also mentions the commitment of the faculty divided between professional and institutional. He describes the social life in the 1920s, and the strength of the college in the 1950s. He mentions Dickey's administration and the conflict over discipline. He talks of Professor Emory and David Lambuth, Jean Robinson and Kenneth Brooks Henderson, and Franklin McDuffy.
- Hewette, Joyce Elwell, 1890-1978 (Person)
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1 hour (1 sound cassette)
2 pages (1 tape log)
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Formerly Known As
D.C. Hist. Phono 1176
Part of the Rauner Special Collections Library Repository
6065 Webster Hall
Hanover NH 03755 USA