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    • Interview with Emory Ray Sewell 

      Hames, Jean A. (Kennesaw State University, 1984-07-02)
      Emory Ray Sewell, better known as Coach Sewell, was an educator in Cobb County from 1956 until his retirement in 1984. He was a coach and teacher at Acworth High School and North Cobb High School but then worked at Awtrey ...
    • Interview with Hugh Lewis Grogan Jr. 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Grable, Jeffrey, B. (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1984-10-23)
      Hugh Lewis Grogan Jr. was the first African American council member for the city of Marietta, Georgia, serving from 1978-1982, as well as president of the Cobb County Branch of the NAACP for two terms, 1976 and 1978.
    • Interviews with Members of Zion Baptist Church 

      Adams, Ercelene; Andrews, Rosalie L.; Hudson, William H.; Johnson, Robert L.; Slade, Ernestine J.; Solomon, Annie Mae; Stovall, Elsie; Wilson, Hattie G.; Woods, Marion J.; Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ) (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1986-04-29)
      A collection of oral history interviews with long-time members of Zion Baptist Church in Marietta, GA.
    • Interview with Cecil Frey Bullard 

      Cawley, Mary Boswell (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1987)
      Cecil Frey Bullard was employed for 47 years by the Cobb County Sheriff's Department. Bullard discusses the Bullard family as well as farming, education, law enforcement, and historic properties in Cobb County.
    • Interview with Harvey E. Durham and Bessie H. Durham 

      Scott, Thomas, Allan (1943 -) (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1987-05-20)
      Oral history interview with Harvey E. Durham and Bessie H. Durham. The Durhams were Acworth natives and successful farmers.
    • Interview with John Steve Frey, Sr. and Sara Skelton Bozeman Frey 

      Cawley, Mary Boswell (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1988-01-28)
      John Steve Frey, Sr. was born in east Cobb County on January 4, 1898. Owner of a Marietta grocery store for 20 years, Mr. Frey later farmed and ran a cotton gin in Kennesaw. He also worked as a Cobb County deputy sheriff.
    • Interview with Ruth Asbell Ivey 

      Kelley, Kathryn (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1992-04-21)
    • Interview with William G. Booth 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ) (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1995-06-15)
      Oral history interview with William G. Booth, whose family lived in Cobb County for generations.
    • Interview with Dr. Susie W. Wheeler 

      Scott, Thomas A. (KSU Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books, 2000-03-03)
      Interview with Dr. Susie W. Wheeler, a African American native of Bartow County whose work in the education system helped integrate the Bartow County schools in 1968.
    • Interview with Philip Lee Secrist 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ) (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2001-12-26)
      Dr. Philip Lee Secrist was the chair of the Cobb County Commission from 1988 to 1992. After receiving an M.S. in Education Administration from Auburn University in 1955, he moved to the Atlanta area to teach high school. ...
    • Interview with John A. Delves 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ) (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2015-10-26)
    • Interview with J. Chris Pike 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Stacey, Laurence (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2015-10-26)
    • Interview with Stanley R. Wrinkle 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ) (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-02-19)
    • Interview with SPSU Vice President for Academic Affairs Zvi Szafran 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Daws, Laura Beth; Stevens, Mark K. (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-04-04)
      Dr. Zvi Szafran served as Vice President for Academic Affairs at SPSU from 2005 to 2014. During his time at SPSU, he played a central role in curriculum development.
    • Interview with SPSU President Lisa A. Rossbacher 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Stevens, Mark K. (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-04-18)
      Dr. Lisa A. Rossbacher was the President of SPSU from 1998 to 2014. In 1998, Dr. Rossbacher was the first female geologist to serve as the president of a North American university.
    • Interview with Julie R. Newell 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Daws, Laura Beth. (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-04-28)
      Dr. Julie R. joined the faculty of SPSU in ‘93. Dr. Newell served as the coordinator of SPSU's Science, Technology, and Society Program from 1998 until the university's consolidation with Kennesaw State in 2014.
    • Interview with Bob Harbort 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ) (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-05-05)
      Dr. Bob Harbort joined the faculty of SPSU in 1983 and served as the first Chair of the Computer Science Department from 1983 to 1993. He served as Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence from 2006 to 2008.
    • Interview with Mark K. Stevens 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Daws, Laura Beth (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-05-12)
      Dr. Mark K. Stevens received his Ph.D. in English Literature from Florida State University in 1988. He was an English professor at Southern Polytechnic State University from 1989 until his retirement in 2014.
    • Interview with SPSU President Emeritus Stephen R. Cheshier 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Harper, Kathleen (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-05-16)
      Dr. Stephen R. Cheshier was the first president of SPSU, serving from the time it gained independence from Georgia Tech in 1980 to his retirement in 1997.
    • Interview with Mark Nunes 

      Scott, Thomas Allan (1943- ); Daws, Laura Beth; Harper, Kathleen (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2014-06-25)
      Dr. Mark Nunes chaired SPSU's Department of English, Technical Communication, and Media Arts from 2006 to 2014. Dr. Nunes was instrumental in developing the New Media Arts Program.