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Glen Schultz, Oral History
Recorded: November 1, 2017
Student at Kent State University in 1970
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Glen Schultz was a graduate student studying architecture at Kent State University in 1970. He had begun his studies at Kent State as a freshman in 1963 and discusses what life on campus was like and how things were changing over the course of his time as a student. He reads from a statement that he wrote between May 5-7, 1970, in which he conveys his detailed eyewitness account of the events of May 4.
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Armored vehicles, Military
Del Corso, Sylvester T.
Drumm, Don, 1935-. Solar Totem #1
Frank, Glenn W.
Kent State Shootings, Kent, Ohio, 1970
Kent State University. Blanket Hill
Kent State University. Engleman Hall
Kent State University. Johnson Hall
Kent State University. Prentice Hall
Kent State University. ROTC Building
Kent State University. School of Architecture
Kent State University. Student Union
Kent State University. Taylor Hall
Kent State University. Victory Bell
Ohio State Highway Patrol
Ohio. Army National Guard
Rhodes, James A. (James Allen), 1909-2001
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