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THE ARCHIVE OF AMBASSADOR KENNETH M. QUINN
FROM THE MISSISSIPPI TO THE MEKONG
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Oral History

Ambassador Quinn talks about a heartbreaking death in his family in December of 1964. View Story
Ambassador Quinn tells of his offer to go to the University of Iowa after he made the commitment to Marquette...
In the summer of 1964, Ambassador Quinn was looking for a summer job when he heard about an opening as...
Ambassador Quinn tells the story about the birth of the conservative movement. He talks about the Mock Political Convention held...
The summer after graduation in 1964, Ambassador Quinn worked for the Hide House in Dubuque. He tells the story about...
Ambassador Quinn tells the story about deciding which test he should take, the LSAT or the Graduate Record Exam because...
Ambassador Quinn tells the story about his first time coaching sports, an unexpected way for him to carry on his...
Ambassador Quinn talks about the influence of Perry Mason, fueling the dream of becoming a lawyer. View Story
Ambassador Quinn tells the story about choosing his major in college during his senior year at Wahlert High School. View...
Ambassador Quinn talks about John F. Kennedy inspiring him to go to Washington and join the Foreign Service. View Story
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