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Interview with Meg Boykin Kimmel '77, 2020 October 01

Identifier: OHI-0276

Scope and Contents

Meg Kimmel came to Davidson with her husband who landed his first job as a psychology professor. During the interview Meg discusses what it was like being a part of the first coed graduating class of Davidson. Her unique experience includes interactions with both students and faculty as a wife of a professor and what it was like being both pregnant and a mom while going to school at Davidson. Meg’s experiences add a distinctive glimpse into the life of one of the original female students at Davidson. The interview was conducted as part of an Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) grant-funded course led by Dr. Rose Stremlau.


  • Creation: 2020 October 01


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This interview is open for research.

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1 Digital (Sound recordings) (M4A)

1 Transcripts (Digital) (PDF)

1 Digital (Moving image) (MP4)