SUNY Buffalo State Oral Histories, 1975-1995
 
Interview with Dr. Marian L. Carroll

Title

Interview with Dr. Marian L. Carroll

Interviewer

Sister Martin Joseph Jones

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Recording Date

6-18-1980

Description

Marian Carroll was born in Corfu, NY on April 13, 1905. Miss Carroll was one of the first women from Western New York to enlist in the Marine Corps and was one of the first women selected to attend Officers Candidate School. During three years in the Marines, she attained the rank of captain. She received her doctorate in psychology from Columbia University. Before coming to the State University College at Buffalo in 1954, Miss Carroll was a teacher in Buffalo public schools and a guidance counselor in Kensington High School. She also worked in the Buffalo Board of Education. Dr. Carroll was director of the Child Study Center at the Buffalo State University College. Marian Carroll died February 1, 1998.

Collection

SUNY Buffalo State Oral History Project, 1975-1995

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mp3

Audio Length

1:01:03

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Department

Archives & Special Collections Department, E. H. Butler Library

Document Type

Oral History

Interview with Dr. Marian L. Carroll

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