Long, Mary-Jane. (3 of 13). National Life Story Collection: Architects' Lives

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    Interviewee's office, London

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    Long, Mary-Jane, 1939- (speaker, female)

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    Lever, Jill (speaker, female)

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    Part 3: Relations amongst students at Smith; MJL’s period spent in Europe 1956-1960; remarks on American preferences in secondary and higher education; MJL’s relationship with her father; family holidays, and MJL’s interest in sailing; MJL’s relationship with her mother and brother. MJL’s choice of Yale for graduate architectural study; character of the teaching at Yale, and influence on the school of Paul Rudolph.

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