Donald Lennon Oral History

University Archives #95-01

  • Descriptive Summary
     
    Title: Donald Lennon Oral History
    Creator: Dembo, Jonathan, 1948-
    Lennon, Donald R.
    Repository: East Carolina University Archives
    Language: English
    Abstract: Interview relates to Don Lennon experiences as a faculty member and head of East Carolina University's Joyner Library's Special Collections Department. Other subject matters include his early life, education, career development, and experiences as a resident of Greenville, North Carolina.
    Extent: 2.0 items,
  • Description
     

    Interview features East Carolina University professor Donald Lennon discussing his experiences as a faculty member, head of Joyner Library Special Collections Department, and a citizen of eastern North Carolina are included. Interview conducted by Dr. Jonathan Dembo. There is an audio file as well as a transcription.

  • Biographical / Historical Note
     

    Don Lennon was a longtime director of the East Carolina Manuscript Collection and Coordinator of Special Collections. Born in Brunswick County, North Carolina, he attended junior college in Wilmington, NC before completing his studies at East Carolina College. He taught school and worked in the North Carolina state archives before returning to East Carolina to assist with the creation of a historical manuscript collection.

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