Oral History Center - UC Berkeley Library

Women's Faculty Club History of the University of California Berkeley, 1919-1982

Interviewee(s):
Diamond, Marian
Dornin, May
Gordon-Britland, Gudveig
Johnson, Mary Ann
Miles, Josephine
Murdock, Margaret
Robb, Agnes
Scott, Elizabeth
Smith, Josephine
Van Horn, Eleanor
Williams, Katherine Van Valer
Interviewer(s):
Riess, Suzanne
Title:
Women's Faculty Club History of the University of California Berkeley, 1919-1982
Abstract:
Women's Faculty Club history and internal matters: founding members; the building, decor and changes; residential facilities; membership, and insights into women at UC Berkeley; management and staff; joint operation with The Faculty Club, pros and cons of merger. Biographical material on interviewees, including professors of English, statistics, physiology and anatomy, administrative staff of the UC campus, club presidents and office staff, a club resident. Appended early documents, personal recollections, letters and minutes concerning the proposed merger, and "Remarks to the Women's Faculty Club on the Occasion of its Sixtieth Anniversary and the First Oral Histories."
Subject area(s):
Education, University of California
Interview date(s):
1981 1982
Project:
Education and University of California - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b11233498
Rights:
Diamond, Marian, May Dornin, Gudveig Gordon-Britland, Mary Ann Johnson, Josephine Miles, Margaret Murdock, Agnes Robb, Elizabeth Scott, Josephine Smith, Eleanor Van Horn and Katherine Van Valer Williams. "Women's Faculty Club History of the University of California Berkeley, 1919-1982." Interview by Suzanne Riess in 1981 and 1982. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1983.