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dc.descriptionIn his March 2015 interview with Harv Thompson et al, Mark Lefebvre reflects on his long involvement with the arts in Wisconsin, and specifically Robert Gard's contribution to his development and Wisconsin rural arts. He discussed his youth in northeastern Wisconsin and the influence UW-Extension and his undergraduate career at UW-Madison had in his development as an author and publisher. He related his work with Gard and shared reminiscences about a number of major figures in UW's arts heritage. Finally, he discussed his more recent work with medical education. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the UW-Madison Oral History Program and the Gard Foundation's UW-Madison and WI Community Arts History Project.en
dc.subjectStudent protesten
dc.subjectWisconsin Houseen
dc.subjectJohn Muiren
dc.subjectWe Were Children Then (1976)en
dc.subjectWisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Lettersen
dc.subjectDePere, WIen
dc.subjectAaron Bohroden
dc.subjectMuir Knollen
dc.subjectAugust Derlethen
dc.subjectRhinelander School for the Artsen
dc.subjectRobert E. Garden
dc.titleOral History Interview: Mark E. Lefebvre (1415)en
dc.typeRecording, oralen
dc.contributor.interviewerGard Ewell, Maryo
dc.contributor.interviewerThompson, Harv
dc.contributor.interviewerPryor, Anne
dc.contributor.intervieweeLefebvre, Mark E.

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