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    • Harrington, Patti

    • Oral history; Harrington, Patti; Educational administration and organization; School superintendents;
    • Patti Harrington was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and shares her experiences living in Denver, Colorado, where she was influenced by her parents in both education and business. She discusses her education at Brigham Young University where she...
    • Bradford, Anita

    • Oral history; Bradford, Anita; Women's issues;
    • Anita Bradford talks about growing up in a suburb of Los Angeles, California, her experiences as a child dealing with the after math of the Depression, attending East Los Angeles Junior College at the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement, and...
    • Allridge, Muriel

    • Oral history; Allridge, Muriel; Marriage; Parenthood;
    • Muriel Allridge talks about her fond memories of growing up on a farm in Emery, Utah, and having a mother who was a good example to model. She tells of her childhood love for ice skating and playing the piano. She explains meeting her husband Lee...
    • Miller, Gail

    • Oral history; Miller, Gail; Miller, Larry H., 1944-2009; Humanitarianism;
    • Gail Miller talks about her humble beginnings growing up outside of Salt Lake City, Utah, the teachings of her hard-working parents that gave her confidence and how she worked to help her family financially following her father’s stroke. She...
    • Max Weber's Methodology

    • Weber, Max, 1864-1920; Sociology--Methodology; Religion and sociology;
    • This book is the published doctoral dissertation from the University of Strasbourg, France, of Lowell Lindsay Bennion. Published in 1933, it is significant because it is the first book-length interpretation in the English language of Weber's...
    • Davis, Aaron

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Veterans;
    • Aaron Davis enlisted in the US Marines and was stationed at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, from July 1972 to May 1976. He reenlisted in the Army and was stationed at Mannheim and Kaiserslautern, Germany, and was released in 1986.
    • Anderson, Rocky

    • Mayors--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Ross C. (Rocky) Anderson is a former mayor of Salt Lake City, from 1999 to 2007. Mr. Anderson talks about how he became active in politics and how his interests in civil rights developed.
    • Appleby, Nancy

    • Peace movements. United States;Pacifists--United States--Interviews
    • Nancy Appleby talks about becoming active in 1965 in Utah peace and anti-Vietnam War movements with her husband, Peter, a professor of philosophy at the University of Utah. They were also involved in the beginings of the Utah Peace and Freedom...
    • Barrett, Gene and Donna

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • This is an interview by Kathryn French with Gene and Donna Barrett, a married couple who are both active in the peace movement. Gene is a Vietnam War veteran who's anti-war feelings arose during his time in Vietnam. They received the VFP Peace...
    • Brown, Jason

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Jason is a graduate of BYU and a graduate student at Yale studying forestry. He has been active in Amnesty International, Eco Response, the fair trade Network, and BYU’’s Alternative Commencement held at UVU to protest Vice President Dick...
    • Burnett, Dannie

    • Peace movements. United States;
    • Dannie Walter Burnett grew up in Ely Nevada, and after graduating high school in 1948 he joined the Army, serving in Fort Sill Oklahoma and in Germany. After being discharged, he obtained a masters degree in business management from the U of U,...
    • Chanonat, Jean-Claude

    • Peace movements. United States;
    • Dr. Jean-Claude Chanonat had been active with many of the Utah peace activists groups from 1965-1969, and was the editor of the "Utah Free Press." a socialist monthly, during that time. He was not able to be interviewed in person by Dr. French, so...
    • Chung, Brenda

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • This is an joint interview with Brenda Chung and her husband Patrick Easterling, in which they recount how they each became active in various peace causes--she, beginning in college in Hong Kong, and then at Utah State University where she met...


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