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Oral history interview with Errol Hill


Oral history interview with Errol Hill


The oral history interview of Errol Hill runs for approximately two hours and includes the memories of Professor Hill and his wife, Grace Hill, of the climate for Black people living in Hanover and working at Dartmouth in 1968. They speak of Presidents Kemeny and McLaughlin and the events that took place during their administrations, the implementation of the College's Affirmative Action Plan, Professor Hill's work as head of the Drama Department, and the many productions he put on in the Hopkins Center.

Note or Transcription

Photo from Affiliates Files, Errol G. Hill 2 (DL-15, Box 17, Folder 52).


Jane Carroll

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Citation Information

Hill, Errol and Grace Hill. Interview by Jane Carroll. September 20, 1996, in Hanover, NH. MP3 file. DOH-12, Rauner Special Collections Library, Hanover, NH.

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