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Lord, Kay (Video Interview)

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creator
Beverly, Parker
Lord, Kay
date
2021
2022-09-29T19:31:11Z
2022-09-29T19:31:11Z
2022-09-29 (issued)
description
Kay Lord is a member of the Wake Forest University Class of 1964. During her time at the University she was involved in many activities including the social society, Strings. In this interview, Lord talks about seeing Wake Forest being constructed at the new campus in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, stating that as one of the reasons why she decided to attend. She describes being one of the only women in her sciences classes and the close-knit community that female students created due to their being so few on campus at the time. While Strings was an important part of her Wake Forest experience, she states that many of her friendships extended beyond the boundaries of this society with many not even recalling which organization they were associated with years later.
format
video/mp4
17:15 minutes
oral histories (document genres)
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/101357
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
History of Wake Forest University Oral histories (RG53.1.2 )
rights
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subject
Expanded Wake Voices
Women's history
Inclusive Student Life Collection
Wake Forest University--Alumni
Friendship
title
Lord, Kay (Video Interview)
type
Moving Image

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