Baker, Mae OH3_001

Title Baker, Mae OH3_001
Creator Weber State University, Stewart Library: Oral History Program
Contributors Langsdon, Sarah
Collection Name Weber State University Oral Histories
Description The Weber State University Oral History Project began conducting interviews with key Weber State University faculty, administrators, staff and students, in Fall 2007. The program focuses primarily on obtaining a historical record of the school along with important developments since the school gained university status in 1990. The interviews explore the process of achieving university status, as well as major issues including accreditation, diversity, faculty governance, changes in leadership, curricular developments, etc.
Image Captions Walter and Mae Baker in their home in Mountain Green, Utah on April 11, 2007
Biographical/Historical Note This is an oral history interview with Mae Baker. It was conducted April 11, 2007 by Sarah Langsdon and concerns her recollections and experiences with Weber State University and her father, Aaron Tracy, who was principal from 1922 to 1935 when the institution was Weber College. Patti Umscheid was also present during the interview.
Subject Ogden (Utah); Oral history; Weber State College; Weber State University
Digital Publisher Stewart Library, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, USA
Date 2006
Date Digital 2012
Medium Oral History
Type Text
Conversion Specifications Sound was recorded with an audio reel-to-reel cassette recorder. Transcribed by Kathleen Broeder using WAVpedal 5 Copyrighted by The Programmers' Consortium Inc. Digital reformatting by Kimberly Lynne.
Language eng
Rights Materials may be used for non-profit and educational purposes, please credit University Archives, Stewart Library; Weber State University.
Source Baker, Mae OH3_001; University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University
OCR Text Show
Format application/pdf
ARK ark:/87278/s6c1301m
Setname wsu_oh
ID 111851
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