Interview with Nancy Dare, February 18, 2005
Part of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Oral History Project
- Interview with Nancy Dare, February 18, 2005
- Angene H. Wilson; interviewer. Nancy Dare; interviewee.
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- Nancy Dare (Malaysia, 1965-1967; Education Program) describes the impact of John Kennedy's call on her life and how it lead her to leave her career as a librarian and teach primary school in Sarawak. In addition, Nancy describes their return trip to Malaysia in 1995 and compares Sarawak, the people and place, 30 years later to Sarawak in 1965. She also reflects on married couples in the Peace Corps and the impact of Peace Corps on her family.
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
- University of Kentucky
- Dare, Nancy -- Interviews., Malaysia., Peace Corps (U.S.)--Malaysia., Peace Corps (U.S.)--History--1960-1969., Education
- Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Oral History Project
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