Interviewee: Edward Bulleit, Class of 1935, Gettysburg College
Interviewer: Michael J. Birkner, Benjamin Franklin Professor of the Liberal Arts & Professor of History, Gettysburg College
Contributor: David Hedrick, Head of Special Collections at Musselman Library, Gettysburg College
Edward "Ted" Bulleit, Class of 1935, was interviewed on January 7, 1997 by Michael J. Birkner & David Hedrick about his time at Gettysburg College. He discusses his experiences of attending college during the Great Depression, the political science department, fraternity life and the administration of Henry W.A. Hanson. He also describes his years as a law student at Duke University, his time in the US Air Force during World War II, and his return to Gettysburg as a lawyer.
Length of Interview: 72 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.
Bulleit, Edward; Birkner, Michael J.; and Hedrick, David, "Interview with Edward Bulleit, January 7, 1997" (1997). Oral Histories. 6.