Patricia Micklow Women's Center Oral History Video
|Title:||Patricia Micklow Women's Center Oral History Video.|
Micklow, Patricia, Interviewee
Ryan, Jane, Interviewer
Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives, contributor
|Abstract/Description:||See the transcript for this interview here.|
Patricia describes the many influences she had in her life that helped her become a feminist and what led her to become one of the founding mothers of The Women's Center in Marquette, Michigan. She talks about her experiences at law school and the discrimination she faced there. Later, when she returned to Marquette, Patricia got a job working in the prosecutor's office and eventually became the first female judge in Marquette. She served for 14 years. Recorded at Jane Ryan's home in Marquette, Michigan.
Upper Peninsula (Mich.)
Oral histories (document genres).
Women's Center (Marquette, Mich.),, subject
|Held by:||Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives|
|Restrictions on Access:||In copyright (http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/)|
|Is Part Of:||MSS-302, Women's Center Oral History Collection.|