Capers Hall, First Floor
In the spring of 2013, students in Dr. Lauren Rule Maxwell’s Advanced Composition class conducted oral history interviews with a diverse group of area veterans regarding their military experiences during World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam. The students incorporated the veterans’ stories into a range of writing exercises, including abstracts, feature articles, and transcriptions, which appear with the interviews online and also archived in the Library of Congress Veterans History Project in Washington, DC.
Norris Evans, a student in Ms. Tiffany Silverman’s Photography class and himself a veteran, took these images of the veterans with the students who interviewed them.
Thomas W. Carr by Katherine Player ‘13
Robert S. Dunbar by Matthew Williamson ‘15
Henry C. Harden by William Buckner ‘14
Max L. Hill, Jr. by Sergio Duncan ‘14
John (Tony) G. Lackey III by Caleb DuBose ‘13
William (Billy) L. Leonard by Samuel Baker ‘13
Carroll N. LeTellier by Marcus Morton ‘14
Richard (Dick) A. Whitaker by Chris Sakmar ‘13
Special thanks to all of the veterans, the Krause Center for Leadership & Ethics, Fred Lesinski, Chief of Voluntary Service at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, and The Citadel Foundation Fine Arts Program Fund.