The Gordon Greb papers contain documentation related to the world’s first radio broadcasting station, the 1969 strike by
faculty at San Jose State College, and the creation of San Jose State's Mass Communications program.
Gordon B. Greb was born August 7, 1921 a fourth generation Californian from Irvington (Alameda County) California, and grew
up in Oakland and San Leandro. Upon completing a BA at University California at Berkeley in the spring of 1939, Greb attained
a Masters from University of Minnesota and then conducted graduate work at Stanford University. Gordon Greb began his tenure
at San Jose State University in 1956 in the Journalism Department, and helped to create the first Broadcasting major on the
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This collection is open for research with the exception of recorded interviews in Series II.