Pamela Buchannan Muirhead
Muirhead discusses Myers' interactions with students and his appreciation of her fascination with historical collections. In one story, she mentions name tags a student made for a class visit to Myers' home; she donated one to the archives' collections and a copy of it is linked below. Muirhead also covers her role in campus administration and how Provost and Dean Ellen Hurwitz influenced her; she then shares her views on Myers' management of the University and different aspects of his leadership style including perspectives on the dual needs of faculty scholarship and teaching. She offers insights into Myers' attitudes on diversity and religion. Near the end of the interview, Muirhead reflects on the changes in library personnel and the nature of libraries.
leadership, management, personal characteristics, music scores, harpsichord, books, coins, Jazz Age Harlem, changes in campus library generally, library collections, U-Haul collection, auction, Portrait of a Collector, Faculty Administrators, Alumni
United States History
Muirhead, Pamela Buchannan and Miner, Meg, "Pamela Buchannan Muirhead" (2016). All oral histories. 114.