Reminiscences of Goodwin Barbour Watson : oral history, 1963.


Reminiscences of Goodwin Barbour Watson : oral history, 1963.

Childhood and education, Wisconsin; early teaching experiences; University of Wisconsin; Director of Religious Education, Denver and New York City; Teachers College and Union Theological Seminary; interest in psychology and psychoanalysis; socialist orientation; New College; Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service under Federal Communications Commission, 1941; Martin Dies Committee; Bureau of Applied Social Research, 1943-44; World Study tours; psychology of social change; National Training Laboratories; Newark State College; National Institute of Labor Education. Impressions of William H. Kilpatrick, George Counts, George Strayer, John Dewey, Edward Thorndike, James Russell and William Russell.

Transcript: 237 leaves.

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