Interview with Tim Carter


  • Identifier1978 OH 107
  • Date3/31/1978
  • InterviewerWilburn, Mark S.
  • IntervieweeCarter, Tim
  • DescriptionCongressman Tim Carter is a physician and helped establish the nursing program at Eastern. He currently is a United States Representative from the Fifth Congressional District in Kentucky.
  • LocationRichmond, KY
  • Duration:23:08
  • Time Summary0-0:30 Interviewer's Introduction
    0:30-02:0 Pause in Tape
    02:00-03:05 Carter talks about his general background
    03:05-05:10 Carter's first meeting with Dr. Martin
    05:10-07:10 Carter states why he believes Dr. Martin was so successful in increasing the growth of Eastern
    07:10-08:0 Eastern's quiet attitude during the late 1960's and the reason for it
    08:0-10:0 Politics and education in Kentucky
    10:0-10:40 Dr. Martin's relationship with Earle Clements
    10:40-12:0 The importance of the school vote in Kentucky
    12:0-12:20 Carter's reaction to Dr. Martin's appointment as President of Eastern
    12:20-14:30 Allied Health program at Eastern- how it originated. The law enforcement program is also discussed
    14:30-15:40 Dr. Martin and party politics
    15:40-17:10 Dr. Martin and other college presidents
    17:10-18:20 Dr. Martin's ability to acquire funds for construction- reputation for fiscal management
    18:20-19:10 Dr. Martin's ambitions other than college president
    19:10-20:30 Carter's reaction to Dr. Martin's retirement
    20:30-22:10 Dr. Martin's personality
    22:10-22:50 Dr. Martin's general philosophy of education
    22:50-23:20 Dr. Martin's political philosophy
    23:20-24:10 Final remarks by Congressman Carter
  • Restrictionsyes, that I be allowed to listen to the tape, should any factual errors arise, that I be given the opportunity to arrange for correction.
  • RightsContact Special Collections and Archives, Crabbe Library, Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions, rights and permission to publish.


Citation

“Interview with Tim Carter,” William H. Berge Oral History Center, accessed August 12, 2022, https://oralhistory.eku.edu/items/show/644.