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Oral History Interview with William Lindberg

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2023-0006

Content Description

Oral history interview with William Lindberg in which he describes his life after graduating from Wheaton College in 1962; his decision to attend the University of Chicago to earn a degree in social work; his experiences with the gang, The Ramparts, in Chicago; Jesse Maldonado; his experiences working at the settlement house, Benton House; his return to Wheaton College to serve as Director of the Christian Service Council; his experience launching the Compensatory Education Program in 1968; and the integration of Fischer Dormitory. Individuals described include Hudson T. Armerding, Richard Gross, Arthur Volle, Henry Nelson. The time period covered by the interview is 1962-1972.

Acquisition Type



Donated to the Archives & Special Collections by Dr. William Lindberg on March 6, 2023.

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  • March 6, 2023



1 Sound Recording