Irene Evers interview, 1997, August 14

Evers, Irene, 1915-1999


1 audiocassette (60 min.) : analog +.
Collection of transcripts and audio cassettes of oral history interviews. In this set of interviews Evers describes her time as a librarian at the Forestry School Library at the University of Montana in Missoula. Hired on June 8, 1959, she was involved with the relocation and reorganization process of materials, including materials that had been brought over from the Forest Service building downtown. She mentions the budget history of the Forestry School, the Druids, and the Forestry Ball. She offers a brief history of her husband's career in the Forest Service and her own family history in Montana. She includes a laudatory description of Professor Mel Morris.
Irene Evers is a retired librarian.
Interviewed by Tom Nimlos August 14, 1997 as part of the repository's Irene Evers Interviews.
Forms part of: Irene Evers Interviews.

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