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Carolyn Mark

Gender: Female

Ethnicity: African-American

Biographical/Historical note: Carolyn Mark was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. She moved to Greensboro in 1967 to attend North Carolina A&T State University. While a student there, she was involved in efforts to change university policies for women. Following graduation, Mark worked briefly at Burlington Industries before being hired as Hal Sieber’s secretary at the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce. She later worked in the Office of Career Services at A&T.

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Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Carolyn Mark by William Chafe
Date: October 10, 1974
By: Carolyn Mark
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

This transcript of an October 10, 1974, interview conducted by William Chafe with Carolyn Mark primarily documents Ms. Mark’s recollections as a student at North Carolina A&T State University and a...