Interviewee: James I. Tarman, Public Relations Director, Gettysburg College
Interviewer: Michael J. Birkner, Benjamin Franklin Professor of the Liberal Arts & Professor of History, Gettysburg College
James I. Tarman was interviewed on May 5, 2000 by Michael J. Birkner about his years as a student at Gettysburg College, Class of 1952, and becoming the school's first public relations director. He discusses his experience as a history major, his extracurricular activities and his social life on campus, including how he met his wife. Finally, he talks about his dedication to the school as the director of public relations.
Length of Interview: 31 minutes
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This interview appears in Gettysburg College's institutional repository by permission of the copyright owner for personal use, not for redistribution.
Tarman, James I. and Birkner, Michael J., "Interview with James I. Tarman, May 5, 2000" (2000). Oral Histories. 29.