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Oral history with Katharine Stinson conducted by Gene Nora Jessen

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Title:
Oral history with Katharine Stinson conducted by Gene Nora Jessen
Topics:
University History
Engineering
Subjects:
Interviews
Aerospace engineering
Women in engineering
Item identifier:
mc00256-003-bx0002-000-004
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Description:
In this interview, Katharine Stinson discusses her early encounters with Amelia Earhart and N.C. State College Engineering School Dean Wallace C. Riddick. She also talks about developments in the aviation industry and the qualities of successful women. Stinson's other comments concern the naming of Stinson Drive on N.C. State's campus, the development of N.C. State's Centennial Campus, and her life in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
Genre:
Streaming video
Video recordings
Interviews
Television interviews
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Location:
Raleigh (N.C)
Digital Project:
Manuscript Collections

Source information

Collection:
Katharine Stinson Papers, 1937-2001 (MC00256)
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