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Peter Klingman interviews Betty Castor
1 videocassette (80 min.) :
sd., col. ;
Produced by the University of South Florida Tampa Campus Library Oral History Program.
Videotaped on July 28, 2000.
Betty Castor recalls her childhood and education and her work as a Peace Corps volunteer in Uganda, public school teacher in Dade County, Florida, and County Commissioner for Hillsborough County, Florida. The interview does not cover her later career as state senator, Commissioner of Education, or President of the University of South Florida.
x Politics and government
Klingman, Peter D.,
University of South Florida.
Resource Center for Florida History and Politics.
Oral History Program.
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