The oral history project and selected interviews were the feature cover story in the Fall 2004 issue of Seattle University Magazine (pp. 18-23), Making HERstory: The Maverick Women Who Shaped Seattle University
A collection of interviews with prominent women associated with Seattle University as part of an oral history titled "Celebrating 70 Years of Women at Seattle University, 1933-2003." The interviews were recorded June 12-December 19, 2003 by Janet Bishop. The twenty-one participants include alumnae from the class of 1937 to the class of 2003, three deans, two librarians, a vice president, an associate provost, a registrar, an alumna daughter of a faculty member, a faculty wife, and eight professors. A notable Seattle University alumna is Peggy Joan Maxie, the first African-American woman elected to the Washington State Legislature. The complete list of interviewees includes: Hamida Bosmajian, Theresa Earenfight, Patrick Howell SJ, Margaret Hudson, Jeanette Hulburt, Dolly Ito, Loretta Jancoski, Mary Alice Lee, Mary Anne Madsen, Peggy Joan Maxie, Becky McNamara, Toni Murdock, Virginia Parks, Jane Peterson, Jane Prouty Eliott, Sister Christopher Querin FCSP, Mary Ridge, Eileen Ridgeway, Mary Linden Sepulveda, Juliana Tadie, and Sister Rosaleen Trainor FCSP.
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Partially edited transcripts are available on request. Master and service copies available for most interviews.Restrictions on Access :
The collection is open for research.Preferred Citation :
Seattle University Oral History Recordings, Special Collections, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, Seattle University.