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Grace Aycock, March 28, 1990. Interview L-0037.
Wife of Former University of North Carolina Chancellor Describes Her Duties: Grace Aycock briefly describes her childhood and her education in North Carolina during the 1920s and 1930s. Most of the interview is dedicated to a discussion of Aycock's life with her husband, William Aycock, chancellor of the University of North Carolina (1957-1964). She also discusses her husband's decision to return to teaching, her pursuit of a master's degree in social work, and her battle with multiple sclerosis.
Interviewee: Grace Aycock    Interviewer: Frances A. Weaver
Duration: 01:29:53     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 5 excerpts.
George Esser, June-August 1990. Interview L-0035.
Organizing Progress: Funding Social Justice in 1960s North Carolina: George Esser remembers his contributions to the North Carolina Fund and pulls back the curtain on a network of organizations that worked for social justice in the 1960s.
Interviewee: George Esser    Interviewer: Frances A. Weaver
Duration: 07:31:55     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 21 excerpts.