Interview: Grace Mickelson

Description

Grace Mickelson spent several decades in politics and education in SD along with raising 4 children. She credits Toastmasters International with some of her public success and organizational skills as president of the SDEA and a Senator. She takes great pride also in her personal library containing around 2500 items.

Subject

Black Hills State University, Book Collecting, City Council, Education, General George Armstrong Custer, Local History, Politics, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Rapid City, Rapid City Education Association, Rapid City Journal, Rapid City Public Library, Rapid City Teacher's Strike, SDEA (South Dakota Education Association), Senator, South Dakota Legislature, Stratobowl, Toastmasters International

Creator

Rapid City Oral History Project

Date

2015-07-09

Contributor

Rapid City Public Library
Historic Rapid City

Coverage

Rapid City, (S.D.)

Interviewee

Grace Mickelson

Interviewer

Bev Pechan and Kim Morey

Location

Rapid City

Files

Date Added
May 19, 2021
Collection
Interviews
Item Type
Oral History
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Citation
Rapid City Oral History Project, “Interview: Grace Mickelson,” Rapid City Oral History, accessed July 19, 2024, https://rcploralhistory.omeka.net/items/show/25.