Gladys Howell Papers

University Archives #90-22

  • Descriptive Summary
    Title: Gladys Howell Papers
    Repository: East Carolina University Archives
    Language: English
    Extent: 0.5 Linear feet,
  • Description

    Collection contains oral history transcripts conducted by Gladys Howell concerning the Dail House's uses as the East Carolina Chancellor's Residence. Interviewees include: John Messick, Leo Jenkins, Mrs. W.F. Young, Sam Underwood, and Alex Dail.

  • Biographical / Historical Note

    Gladys Howell served as a professor of sociology at East Carolina University until the promotion of her husband, John, as chancellor. The Howells lived in the Dail House from 1982 until John's retirement in 1989.

  • Administrative Information
    Access Restrictions

    The collection is open to the public without restrictions.

    Copyright Notice

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    Preferred Citation

    [Item Description and date]. Gladys Howell Papers. UA90-22. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.

Container List

  • Transcriptions
    John Messick Transcription, December 26, 1984
    Leo Jenkins Transcription, July 22, 1985
    Mrs. W.F. Young Transcription
    Sam Underwood Transcription, November 21, 1985
    Alex Dail Transcription, April 11, 1985

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