Narrator - Sister Irma Corcoran
Interviewer - Joan Stienbrecher
Women and Leadership Archives http://www.luc.edu/wla
Sister Irma Corcoran was one of the founding Sisters of Mundelein College. Sister Irma was a professor of English for 42 years at Mundelein College.
Sister Irma Corcoran describes how she came to Mundelein College. Sister Irma touches on her early childhood, her own higher educational experiences, and the first year after Mundelein College's founding.
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Mundelein Oral History Project
a-side 43.3 MB; b-side 43.6 MB; Text-1.55 MB
Chicago, Il Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago
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Sister Irma Corcoran interviewed by Joan Stienbecher, 7 May 1996, Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Il
Kim Connelly Hicks; 2013-08-06
Funded by the Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB) and continued support from the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM)
The electronic transcript is not held in the same electronic location as interviews. The physical transcript is available in the Mundelein College Oral History Collection 1-5.