Dr. Wayne Carle, Dayton, Ohio: a sermon and an interview recorded by F. S. Buchanan
No. 77, Dr. Wayne Carle, sermon and interview recorded by F. S. Buchanan
Carle, Wayne M.
Buchanan, Frederick Stewart; Cooley, Everett L.; University of Utah. American West Center
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Carle, Wayne M.--Interviews; Educators--Ohio--Biography; Mormons--Biography
Transcript (28, 23 pages) of a sermon by Wayne M. Carles, former superintendent of the Dayton, Ohio, public schools, at a Baptist Church on June 17, 1973, and an interview of him by Fred S. Buchanan on the same day. This interview is no. 77 in the Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project, and tape nos. U-45 and U-46
In a sermon and an interview Carl, former superintendent of the Dayton Ohio School District and former Mormon, discusses his attitude and the attitude of the school district toward the Mormon Church. Carl also addresses the issue of blacks and segregation. Interviewer: Fred S. Buchanan