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Gaunt, MaryAnne (MaryAnne Farnsworth)



  • Existence: 1944-

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

MaryAnne Gaunt oral history interview, March 28, 2006

 Item — Othertype Oral History
Identifier: W008_GauntMA_20060328
Scope and Contents Interviewed by Amanda Brown: March 28, 2006 interview, MaryAnne Gaunt begins her oral history by describing her experiences growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan after the Second World War. She also describes her perceptions of gender roles while attending the University of Kentucky from 1961-1965. After detailing her professional life, working for various departments within the federal government, including the Department of Labor, she talks at length about her experiences with the League of...
Dates: March 28, 2006

MaryAnne Gaunt oral history interview, April 25, 2006

 Item — Othertype Oral History
Identifier: W008_GauntMA_20060425
Scope and Contents Interviewed by Amanda Brown. MaryAnne Gaunt’s second interview begins with a recounting of her experiences as President of the Board at Cliff Valley School, which would lead to her involvement with Atlanta Public and Parents Linked for Education (APPLE Corps.) She talks at length about APPLE Corps and its efforts to improve the education of students in Atlanta. She then moves on to talk about her experiences as a volunteer at the United Way. She discusses a number of marches that she...
Dates: April 25, 2006

MaryAnne Gaunt papers

Identifier: W080
Abstract: MaryAnne Farnsworth was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1944. She graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1965, and went to work for the US Department of Labor, Southern Regional Education Board, Agnes Scott College, and Goergia State University. The majority of the papers document Gaunt's work as committee chair of the Atlanta Women’s Network (AWN) Program from 1987 to 1988, including invitations to the monthly programs, contact lists of possible program speakers, as well as AWN annual...
Dates: 1972-1990

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