history of teachers colleges in New Mexico / by Deward Homan Reed.

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The following is excerpted from the Reed College Oral History Project interview conducted by Reed staff member Laurie to the complete oral history at the bottom of the page. Lindquist: To begin with, we’d like to know something about the date and place where you were born, and.