|Title:||Gladys Howell Papers|
|Repository:||East Carolina University Archives|
|Extent:||0.5 Linear feet.|
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[Item Description and date]. Gladys Howell Papers. UA90-22. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
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.
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.