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dc.contributorHimes, Frank L.
dc.creatorJohnson, George Robert, 1917-
dc.descriptionHoward Bevis: President of OSU (p. 21) -- Harold Enarson: President of OSU (pp. 21, 23) -- Novice Fawcett: President of OSU (pp. 21-23) -- Nathan S. Fechheimer: (p. 16) -- Larry Kaufman: Chair, Animal Science Dept., OSU (pp. 2, 20) -- Roy Kottman: Dean, College of Agriculture, OSU (pp. 10) -- OARDC: Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (Wooster, Ohio) -- Dean Rummell: Dean of the College of Agriculture (p. 5) -- Scott Sutton: Prof. of Animal Science at OSU (p. 5) -- C. J. Willard: Professor of Agronomy, OSU (p. 16)en
dc.description.abstractDr. George Johnson, Professor of Animal Science at Ohio State University, discusses such topics as the growth of the mega farm since World War II, the increase in the numbers and percentages of women students in agriculture since the early 1960s, and a general increased interest in exotic animals, such as the beefalo, a cross between beef cattle and buffalo. Johnson also explains how the university's agricultural enterprises were divided between the two campuses: the main campus in Columbus, and the Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) in Woosteren
dc.publisherOhio State University Archivesen
dc.relation.isformatof1 audio tape available in the University Archivesen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesOhio State University. University Archives Oral History Program. Ohio State University Oral History Projecten
dc.subjectwomen students in agricultureen
dc.subject.lcshJohnson, George Robert, 1917- -- Interviewsen
dc.subject.lcshOhio State University -- History -- Sourcesen
dc.subject.lcshOhio State University. Dept. of Animal Sciences -- Historyen
dc.subject.lcshOhio Agricultural Research and Development Center -- Historyen
dc.titleInterview of George Robert Johnson by Frank L. Himesen

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