Oral history interview with Eugene Glick, 2001

 

Name
Glick, Eugene (Interviewee)
Fly on the Wall Productions (Interviewer)
Title
Oral history interview with Eugene Glick, 2001
Abstract
Early life: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; family background: parents' immigration from Ukraine, parents' careers as pharmacists; education: Ursinus College from 1947-1951, Jefferson medical College from 1952-1956, Internship at Harbor General Hospital in 1957, Residency at Kaiser Hospital in Los Angeles from 195701960, Senior Lecturer in Africa in 1968, Masters in Public Health from University of Cal ifornia at Berkeley in 1972; personal experience with botched abortion at age 18, research in medical school, treatment during internship, residency, and practice at Kaiser from 1960-1968 and 1969-1976; performing illegal home abortions, bypassing legalities in interest of patients, performing legal abortions in private practice until retirement in 1992; pre- and post-Roe v. Wade; descriptions of wife's abortion, grandmother's death from abortion, first illegal abortion performed, patients suffering from botched abortions
Collection Name
Physicians for reproductive health and choice oral history project
Subjects
Obstetricians; Gynecologists; Abortion--United States; Abortion--Law and legislation--United States; Abortion--Moral and ethical aspects; Physicians--Attitudes.--United States; Reproductive rights--United States; Glick, Eugene
Format
oral histories
Genre
Interviews
Date
2001
Note (Biographical)
Obstetrician/Gynecologist
Note
Interviewed by Fly on the Wall Productions, in April, 2001
Note (Provenance)
Eugene Glick, Gift 2001
Language
English
Library Location
Columbia Center for Oral History, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Catalog Record
13792737
Also In
Oral History Archives at Columbia
Time-Based Media
Time-Based Media
Persistent URL
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-7sc1-tk48
Related URLs
Available digital content for this interview.