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[Oral history interview with Margaret Traxler]

Repository: Marquette University. Raynor Memorial Libraries. Special Collections and University Archives

Collection Description (CRHP): This interview is part of the Sister Margaret Ellen Traxler, Papers, Series 4.

Collection Description (Extant): Sister Margaret Traxler, S.S.N.D., discusses various social issues, chiefly race relations and equal rights for women in the United States and globally. She also describes what should be done by the Catholic Church to help alleviate these problems. Interviewed by Paul Gratke.

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Collection URL: http://encore.csd.mu.edu/iii/encore/record/C|Rb3040033|SMargaret+Traxler|Orightresult|X5?lang=eng&suite=pearl External Link

Date(s): 1973

Existing IDs: 694086120

Extent: 2 sound cassettes (80 min.) : analog

Finding Aid URL: http://www.marquette.edu/library/archives/Mss/MET/MET-main.shtml External Link

Language: English

Related Archival Items: See the Interview with Margaret Traxler and John McDermott in the National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice Records, Series 21, also at Marquette.

Interviewees: Margaret Traxler

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights

Subjects:

Civil rights--Religious aspects--Catholic Church
Nuns
Race relations--Religious aspects--Catholic Church

Genres:

Interviews
Sound recordings

 

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