Collection SR 9325 - Oral history interview with William Givler, by Charles Digregorio

Oral history interview with William Givler, by Charles Digregorio [Sound Recording 01] Oral history interview with William Givler, by Charles Digregorio [Sound Recording 02]

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SR 9325

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Oral history interview with William Givler, by Charles Digregorio

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  • 1978-05-17 (Creation)

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online resource (2 audio files (54 min., 42 sec.)

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(1908-2000)

Biographical history

William H. Givler (1908-2000) was born in Omaha, Nebraska and came to Portland, Oregon with his family in around 1918. He was a teacher at the Museum Art School (now Pacific Northwest College of Art) starting in 1931. He was dean of the school from 1941 until his reitrement in 1973.

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Charles Digregorio was the Oregon Historical Society's first Oral Historian.

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Givler discusses his art education and his career as a teacher at the Museum Art School in Portland, Oregon. He also discusses his work in painting and printmaking.

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Joint Copyright held by William H. Givler.

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  • English

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Oral history interview with William Givler, by Charles Digregorio, 1978 May 17, SR 9325, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

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Digitization funded by the James F. Miller Endowment.

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