Oral History Collection

MAIN ENTRY: Wolfe, Ilse
DATE OF INTERVIEW: September 19, 1975
LOCATION OF INTERVIEW: Lubbock, Texas
INTERVIEWER: Joanna Shurbet
LENGTH OF INTERVIEW: 40 minutes
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE: Dr. Ilse Wolfe discusses her career as a professor of Home Economics at both Oklahoma State University and at Texas Tech.
TAPE ONE, SIDE ONE: Family and personal background
First job
Employment during Depression
Graduate work
Areas on concentration in studies
Post-Ph.D. training
Participation in Marshall Plan, Germany
Oklahoma State University
Program development
Home Economics department chairperson
Consumer education
Waste of human resources
Women
Educational deficiencies
Goals and values of college students
Father’s feelings about education
Impressions of Texas Tech (1928-1932)
Publications
Maximum satisfaction in life
Importance of homemakers
Travels
American vs. European homemakers
TAPE ONE, SIDE TWO Teacher exchange program
Experience on Texas Tech faculty
Changes in Texas Tech (1925-1975)
Impact of Texas Tech on life
Scholarships
RANGE DATES: 1925-1975
BULK DATES: 1925-1975