Interview Excerpt of Dr. C.J. Dunn, Oral History

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Interview Excerpt of Dr. C. J. Dunn


Annotation and Video From the Levi Watkins Learning Center website: Coach C. J. Dunn enjoyed a forty-six-year long career at ASU where he served as the school’s first basketball coach. Between 1934 and 1963, Coach Dunn won 298 games and would go on to occupy teaching positions at ASU, as the Athletic Director, the principal of the Laboratory High School, the Dean of the Junior College, and as the Dean of Students. Dunn also served as commissioner of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association from 1970-1972.

Source Citation:

Unknown. 1984. Interview with Dr. C.J. Dunn. Video. Montgomery, AL: Alabama State University.

Cite this page:

Unknown. 1984. "Interview Excerpt of Dr. C.J. Dunn, Oral History." History of Higher Education.