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Oral history interview with Carol-Anne R. Pease May be restricted
Carol-Anne R. Pease, Special Student at Dartmouth College, 1966. Oral history interview documenting her experience in the anti-war movement during the Vietnam War. Pease discusses her time as a student at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and as a Special Student at Dartmouth before the College became co-educational. She details the founding of the Westwood Friends Society, a Quaker group at UCLA, and her involvement in anti-war protests, including the May 1970 March on Washington. Pease describes meeting and marrying Don C. Pease III ’66 while both were students at Dartmouth. She discusses the role gender played in Hanover and within the anti-war movement on campus. Pease describes emigrating to Canada with her husband after he received his military draft notice. She discusses her involvement in social work and activism in Canada, the completion of her undergraduate degree at Western University, and her impressions of the Vietnam War and its legacy.
- Pease, Carol-Anne R. (Interviewee, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
At the donor's requst, all forms of the interview are withheld from Internet dissemination for the duration of the donor's lifetime. The interview is restricted to on-site access at Rauner Special Collections Library. Duplication of the interview for dissemination to researchers will require the written consent of the donor on a case-by-case basis.
Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
1.87 GB (1 WAV file)
74 pages (1 transcript)
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