Oral history interview with Mary K. Gall

Oral history interview with Mary K. Gall

  • 2012-Mar-26 (First session)
  • 2012-Mar-27 (Second session)

Mary K. Gall matriculated at Vassar College. Originally she was interesed in bacteriology, but she decided to major in chemistry. She felt she did not have enough 'drive' for medical school, and she always wanted to be a lab person, not an academic, a view confirmed by jobs she was given in the chemistry lab. During the interview Gall discusses changes she has seen in the chemistry field, particulary, and in science generally, especially changes for women. She highlights the need for a PhD and tenure obstacles for women.

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  • 71 pages
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  • Science History Institute
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  • Courtesy of Science History Institute

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Mary K. Gall, interviewed by Michael Wronski in Chemical Heritage Foundation on March 27, 2012. Philadelphia: Science History Institute, n.d. Oral History Transcript 0695. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/tx31qj56x.

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Transcript (Published Version)

The published version of the transcript may diverge from the interview audio due to edits to the transcript made by staff of the Center for Oral History, often at the request of the interviewee, during the transcript review process.

Complete Interview Audio File Web-quality download

4 Separate Interview Segments Archival-quality downloads