Kent State Shootings: Oral Histories

Kenneth Frohlich Oral History

Kent State Shootings: Oral Histories

Kenneth Frohlich Oral History

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Narrator Frohlich, Kenneth
Narrator's Role Faculty at Kent State University in 1970
Date of Interview 2015-05-05
Description Kenneth Frohlich was a faculty member who was also working on his dissertation in mathematics at Kent State University in 1970. He and his wife, Judith Frohlich, lived on campus in Married Student Housing in Allerton Apartments. He discusses the climate on campus that academic year and his experiences during the days leading up to May 4, 1970. He also relates his memories and experiences during the aftermath, including attending the Scranton Commission hearings.
Length of Interview 01:18:24 hours
Places Discussed Kent (Ohio)
Time Period discussed 1969-1971
Subject(s) Akron Beacon Journal
College teachers--Ohio--Kent--Interviews
Curfews--Ohio--Kent
Fires--Ohio--Kent
Helicopters
Kent 25--Trials, litigation, etc.
Kent State Shootings, Kent, Ohio, 1970
Kent State Shootings, Kent, Ohio, 1970--Trials, litigation, etc.
Kent State University. Allerton Apartments Married Student Housing
Kent State University. ROTC Building--Fires
Ohio. Army National Guard
Telephone--Ohio--Kent
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
United States. President's Commission on Campus Unrest
Repository Special Collections and Archives
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Provenance/Collection May 4 Collection