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    • Oral history of Thomas Turner 

      Turner, Thomas Bourne (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-02-15)
      Thomas Bourne Turner was born in Frederick, Maryland. He completed his undergraduate work at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland, and went on to receive his medical degree from the University of Maryland. Turner ...
    • Oral history of Richard Macksey 

      Macksey, Richard (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-03-24)
      Richard Macksey was born in 1931. He received his B.A from Johns Hopkins in 1953 and earned his Ph.D. from the University in 1957. Macksey went on to work for the university as a professor teaching critical theory, comparative ...
    • Oral history of Jerome Schnydman 

      Schnydman, Jerome (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-06-17)
      Jerome Schnydman came to Hopkins as a undergraduate in 1963. A member of the lacrosse team, he served as co-captain of the 1967 national team and was chosen as a first team All-American in 1966 and 1967, earning him a ...
    • Oral history of Ross Jones 

      Jones, Ross (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-06-18)
      Ross Jones, a native of Haddonfield, New Jersey just outside Philadelphia, graduated from Johns Hopkins in 1953 with a B. A. in History, after which he served for three years in the U. S. Army. While at Hopkins, Jones was ...
    • Oral history of Gordon "Reds" Wolman 

      Wolman, Gordon (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-06-22)
      Markley Gordon “Reds” Wolman was geomorphologist whose passion for his discipline, dedication to his work, and his uniquely creative ways of looking at problems, resulted in a wide-ranging career. Among the many hats he ...
    • Oral history of Grace Brush 

      Brush, Grace (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-06)
      Grace Brush is a professor in the Johns Hopkins Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering. She has studied the impact of human disturbance on the Chesapeake Bay extensively and has been awarded the Mathias Medal ...
    • Oral history of Neil Grauer 

      Grauer, Neil (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-08)
      Neil Grauer, born in 1947, is a journalist and editorial cartoonist who grew up in Great Neck, New York. Grauer received his B.A. from Johns Hopkins University in 1969 and a masters degree in journalism from Northwestern ...
    • Oral history of Chester Wickwire 

      Wickwire, Chester (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-09)
      Chester Wickwire was born in Nebraska. He completed his undergraduate work at Union College and went on to earn a graduate degree from Yale Divinity School. Wickwire graduated in 1953, and was hired to work at Johns Hopkins ...
    • Oral history of Barbara Bonnell 

      Bonnell, Barbara (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-12)
      Barbara Bonnell attended Wellesley College and was a Fulbright scholar before coming to Hopkins in 1953 for her M.A. in international relations. She was deputy director of the Greater Baltimore Committee in the 1950s and ...
    • Oral history of Russell Baker 

      Baker, Russell (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-13)
      Russell Baker, born August 14, 1925 in Morrisonville, Virginia, a small town across the state line from Harper's Ferry, West Virginia and not far from Frederick, Maryland, is a notable American author and Hopkins alumnus. ...
    • Oral history of William Banks 

      Banks, William (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-16)
      William Banks, a Baltimore native, received his B.A. from Johns Hopkins in 1929. Shortly after graduating, he joined the Lord Baltimore Press, a company specializing in folded paper boxes with brightly colored advertisements. ...
    • Oral history of Louise Cavagnaro 

      Cavagnaro, Louise (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-19)
      Louise Cavagnaro, originally from Portland, Oregon, was a major figure in the history of the Johns Hopkins Hospital for the last half of the twentieth century. She served as an operating nurse in combat zones during World ...
    • Oral history of Franklin Knight 

      Knight, Franklin (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-21)
      Franklin Knight, born in Jamaica in 1942, is a professor of Atlantic History in the Department of History at Johns Hopkins, having started teaching in 1973. He was the first African-American professor to be tenured at the ...
    • Oral history of Eric Noji 

      Noji, Eric (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-07-27)
      Eric Noji earned his undergraduate degree from Stanford University in 1977, having majored in biochemistry, philosophy, and classics. He went on to receive his MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and ...
    • Oral history of John Gryder 

      Gryder, John (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-08-30)
      John Gryder, a longtime chemistry professor at Hopkins, was a noted civil rights activist in Baltimore. He attended the California Institute of Technology for his undergraduate and some graduate work and received his Ph.D ...
    • Oral history of Kelly Gebo 

      Gebo, Kelly (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-08-31)
      Kelly Gebo earned her B.S. (1992), M.D. (1995) and MPH from Johns Hopkins, completed her medical residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and is currently the first vice provost for education at Johns Hopkins. She is also ...
    • Oral history of Elizabeth Schaaf 

      Schaaf, Elizabeth (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-09-14)
      Elizabeth Schaaf came to the Peabody Institute in 1965 as both a student, studying voice, and a staff member. She began working as a secretary in the Director's Office in 1982. Noticing a lack of proper documentation at ...
    • Oral history of Minnie Hargrow 

      Hargrow, Minnie (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-09-20)
      Minnie Hargrow, a North Carolina native, began working for Johns Hopkins in 1946 in the university's cafeteria. After more than three decades in that position, Hargrow was promoted to a position in the Office of the President ...
    • Oral history of Leon Fleisher 

      Fleisher, Leon (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-09-23)
      Leon Fleisher was born July 23, 1928 in San Francisco, California and began studying piano at the age of four. A noted child prodigy, Fleisher became a student of Artur Schnabel at the age of nine, after which Fleisher's ...
    • Oral history of Margaret Sparrow 

      Sparrow, Margaret (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1999-10-08)
      Margaret Sparrow was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She earned her undergraduate degree from Goucher College in 1950 and her graduate degree in political science from Johns Hopkins University. Sparrow served as the executive ...