Reflections in Time: Interview with Elroy Steele, 1985

In July of 1985, Elroy Steele (1919-1998), retired University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor (1961-1985) and Chair (1964-1973) of Economics, was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor Elroy Steele was born in Kirkwood, IL. He received a B.A. (1948) in Foreign Affairs from George Washington University in Washington, DC, and an M.S. (1949) and Ph.D. (1957) in Economics from the University of Iowa. In 1967, Elroy Steele was named the UNO Kayser Professor of Economics. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/0hSNYXvnezE, UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 01:00:59
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Abstract/Description: In July of 1985, Elroy Steele (1919-1998), retired University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor (1961-1985) and Chair (1964-1973) of Economics, was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor Elroy Steele was born in Kirkwood, IL. He received a B.A. (1948) in Foreign Affairs from George Washington University in Washington, DC, and an M.S. (1949) and Ph.D. (1957) in Economics from the University of Iowa. In 1967, Elroy Steele was named the UNO Kayser Professor of Economics. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/0hSNYXvnezE
Subject(s): Steele, Elroy
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 1985

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