Glassboro Summit Oral History - Dr. George Neff

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Description

In this powerful and at times humorous oral history, Dr. George Neff shares his experiences related to the Glassboro Summit (June 1967) and his subsequent goodwill visits to the Soviet Union during the Cold War.

This oral history is part of the Glassboro Summit Collection developed by the Rowan University Libraries Digital Scholarship Center in collaboration with University Publications, and the Archive and Special Collections.

The Glassboro Summit Collection provide students, historians, and community members online access to primary and secondary resources related to the Glassboro Summit. The collection also includes material about Glassboro State College (now Rowan University), the Hollybush mansion, and Glassboro local history. The project centralizes and digitally preserves this material for easy access. The collection is intended as an educational resource to inspire new scholarship, learning, and curriculum about the Cold War, diplomacy, the Glassboro Summit and how the summit impacted the local community and international politics.

The Glassboro Summit Collection https://glassborosummit.rowan.edu/

Rowan University Libraries Digital Scholarship Center
https://libguides.rowan.edu/dsc

Creator

Michael Benson

Publisher

Rowan University Digital Scholarship Center

Date

2018-01-25

Language

English

Type

Moving Images

Date Submitted

2019-01-25T13:37:00.000Z

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Citation

Michael Benson, “Glassboro Summit Oral History - Dr. George Neff,” Glassboro Summit Collection, accessed March 31, 2020, https://www.glassborosummit.com/items/show/262.