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Guide to the Garland Ethel Papers



Manuscript Collection No.: 2406
Creator: Ethel, Garland, 1902-1980 , creator
Title: Garland Ethel papers
Date Span: 1980
Quantity: 1 cassette.
Languages: Collection materials are in English.




Biographical Note

Professor of English, University of Washington, labor union official.

Garland Ethel was born in Okanogan, County, Washington 1899, and educated at University of Washington where he taught in the English Department, 1924-1969. His principle research interest was Samuel Taylor Coleridge. He was the assistant editor of the "Moscow News," 1932; and secretary of the American Federation of Teachers, Local 401 (U.W.); and active with the State's Joint Legislative Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities. He died in 1980.

Scope and Content

Cassette tape recording of memorial service for Professor Ethel, 22 October 1980 (held in Kane Hall).

The order of speakers on the tape of the Ethel Memorial is as follows: 1. Richard J. Carbray; 2. E. Harold Eby, Professor Emeritus of English; 3. John Caughlan, attorney; 4. Richard J. Carbray; 5. William Grummel, Professor of Classics; 6. William Reed, Professor Emeritus of Classics; 7. Sophus K. Winther, Professor Emeritus of English; 8. William Hanson, attorney; 9. Reggie "The Plumber" Anderson; 10. Howard Nostrand, Professor of Romance Languages and Literature; 11. Unidentified woman. 12. E. Harold Eby; 13. Mary Jane Richards, friend of Mrs. Ethel; 14. Richard J. Carbray.

Restrictions on Access

Access to archival recordings: Due to the fragility of archival tape recordings, potential users may be required to arrange for transfer to digital format before the material can be accessed. Please contact Special Collections for further information.

Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.


Inventory

  
Accession No. 2406-005
Garland Ethel papers, 1980
1 cassette.
Scope and Content
Cassette tape recording of memorial service for Professor Ethel, 22 October 1980 (held in Kane Hall).
The order of speakers on the tape of the Ethel Memorial is as follows: 1. Richard J. Carbray; 2. E. Harold Eby, Professor Emeritus of English; 3. John Caughlan, attorney; 4. Richard J. Carbray; 5. William Grummel, Professor of Classics; 6. William Reed, Professor Emeritus of Classics; 7. Sophus K. Winther, Professor Emeritus of English; 8. William Hanson, attorney; 9. Reggie "The Plumber" Anderson; 10. Howard Nostrand, Professor of Romance Languages and Literature; 11. Unidentified woman. 12. E. Harold Eby; 13. Mary Jane Richards, friend of Mrs. Ethel; 14. Richard J. Carbray.
Restrictions on Access
Open to all users. Access to archival recordings: Due to the fragility of archival tape recordings, potential users may be required to arrange for transfer to digital format before the material can be accessed. Please contact Special Collections for further information.
Restrictions on Use
Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.
Acquisition Info
Richard Carbray, 1980-10-01

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Anderson, Reggie, creator.
Carbray, Richard J, creator.
Caughlan, John, 1909-, creator.
Eby, Edwin Harold, 1900-1994, creator.
Ethel, Garland, 1902-1980, creator.
Grummel, William, creator.
Hansen, William, creator.
Nostrand, Howard Lee, 1910-2004, creator.
Read, William, creator.
Richards, Mary Jane, creator.
Winther, Sophus K., creator.
Organizations:
University of Washington. University Archives.
Last modified: February 24, 2014
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