Upper Midwest Women's History Center Oral History Project: Interview with Marjorie Bingham and Susan Hill Gross
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Description BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Marjorie Wall Bingham was born in Nebraska and grew up in Davenport, Iowa. She came to Minneapolis to attend graduate school and received a Ph.D. in American studies in 1968. She taught social studies in the St. Louis Park schools from 1963-1994. Susan Hill Gross was born in Minneapolis in 1934. Ms. Gross helped develop and was co-director, along with Bingham, of the Women in World Area Studies Project and then became the Director of the Upper Midwest Women's History Center for Teachers, which evolved into the Upper Midwest Women's History Center from 1980-1999. She was also a social studies teacher at Savannah High School, St. Louis Park High School and Robbinsdale-Cooper High School. She received her M.A. in history in 1967. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: This interview was done as a follow-up to the rest of Upper Midwest Women's History Center project interviews. In it, Bingham and Gross review and clarify information given in previous interviews and respond to comments about the Center, its history and its work. In doing so, they provide additional insight about the Center and its purpose.
Quantity 2 hours sound cassette
28 pages transcript
Format Content Category: sound recordings
Content Category: text
Measurements 01:40:37 running time
Creation Interviewee: Bingham, Marjorie Wall
Interviewee: Gross, Susan Hill
Interviewer: Sommer, Barbara W.
Dates Creation: 06/21/2001
Holding Type Oral History - Interview
Identifiers OH 84
Accession Number AV2001.146.10
More Info MHS Library Catalog
Related Collections Oral History - Project, MHS Collection, project: 'Upper Midwest Women's History Center Oral History Project'

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