Interview with Daniel W. Tuttle Jr., session 7 of 8 (1/24/1991)

Interview with Daniel W. Tuttle Jr. conducted by Michi Kodama-Nishimoto and Warren Nishimoto on January 24, 1991 at the Hawaiʻi Education Association office in Honolulu, Oʻahu as part of the Hawaiʻi Political History Documentation Project. Political scientist examines post-war Hawaiʻi, focusing on national political conventions; 1964 elections; political campaign ads; changes in the political science department at University of Hawaii in the 1960s; his resignation from University of Hawaii in 1966; employment with the Hawaii Education Association; 1966 gubernatorial election; political tension between Gov. Burns and Lt. Gov. Gill; collective bargaining and union representation for teachers at the Board of Education. Interview spans 5 videotapes. Transcript is available

Languages: English


  • News

This has been a small clip of the full video available. For more information about this title and the materials associated with it, please contact the archive.