Betty Jean Reece interview

Recording, Audio

Accession Number: 2006.13.65

Scope & Content: Betty Jean (B.J.) Reece joined the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) in 1978, as a production worker in the Flexible Records Department. She later became supervisor of that department, and, after it closed in the early 1990s, due to changes in sound recording media, Reece became supervisor of the company's Educational Aids Department. She talks about those experiences, including serving as a shop steward in the early 1980s, and describes some of the manufacturing processes and equipment that have been used in the production areas in which she has worked.

Narrator: Reece, Betty Jean

Interviewer: Randles, Raymond

Interview Date: 02/22/2012

Interview Length: 66 minutes

Interview Place: Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind

Extent: 66 minutes

Collection: APH Oral History Collection

Credit Line: APH Oral History Collection, 2006.13

Media Type: Compact Disc

Subjects: Employees Interviews Manufacturing processes Instructional aids, tools, and supplies Labor unions

Interview Restrictions: All copyrights belong to the American Printing House for the Blind. Contact the Museum concerning any restrictions.