Guess-Hanson recalls Myers attending campus and community events and comments on the effects such visibility had with him, and other presidents, on the community. She taught in the same school that Ellen Myers did and mentions seeing her in the years since the time of Myers' presidency. Guess-Hanson shares recollections of changes in campus over the years and notes the positive impact that being able to attend events in different campus venues had on the community. She composed a choral piece in memoriam to Myers and donated a copy it to the archives which is also linked below.
community connections, personal characteristics, instruments, collecting techniques, intellectual curiosity, furniture, Portrait of a Collector, Alumni
United States History
Guess-Hanson, Suan and Miner, Meg, "Suan Guess-Hanson" (2016). All oral histories. 101.