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Texas A&M Heritage Preservation Oral History Program Collection
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Adair, Carolyn - August 03, 1999

A recollection of experiences by Carolyn Adair as a member of the Texas A&M staff and one of the pioneer women to enroll in the University once it opened to women on a very selective basis. She worked in the University Personnel Office in the early 1960s assisting in the hiring process for faculty. She personally helped implament the Fair Labor Standards Act at Texas A&M. She eventually began taking classes as a graduate student in the College of Education. In the 1970s she began work in the MSC as the first Director of Student Activities.
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Appelt, Leslie "Les" - June 11, 1998 & Oct. 13, 1998

Experiences at Texas A&M as a student and member of the Corps of Cadets. Entered A&M as an undergraduate in 1936, Class of 1941. First Interview: Discusses the Corps, life as a Fish (Freshman), important members of the faculty, the campus and College Station in the 1930s and 40s, football games, Corps trips, integration and international students, and life in the Army. Page 45-Second Interview: Discusses the Association of Former Students and his years as President of the Association.

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