Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-012)
In this interview, Patricia I. Brown, librarian emeritus of Suffolk University Law School, reflects on her forty-year educational and professional career at Suffolk University. Ms. Brown discusses her early employment starting in 1951 at the bursar’s office; her experience attaining three degrees from Suffolk; and how the university has changed over the course of forty years. In addition, Ms. Brown also recounts her experience as a member of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League and the honors she received from the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Ms. Brown concludes by discussing her retirement plans.
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Brown, Patricia I. and Coughlin, William, "Oral history interview with Patricia Brown (SOH-012)" (1991). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 8.