Abstract

Paul Mueller is a successful businessman and a Cleveland native. Both of his parents are immigrants. His mother was a house maid for the Halle brothers and his father was a shepherd in Germany and along with being drafted into Kaiser Wilhelm's army for World War I. His parents met in America and had a candy store for a brief stint in the Depression. They started their family in Lakewood. Mueller went to St. Marks, St. Edward for High school, and then attended Cleveland State University. At CSU he joined the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity and that was a big part of his college life. He talks about minorities, life with the draft, and a protest on campus the day after the Kent State Massacre.

Creator

Mueller, Paul (interviewee)

Creator

Klypchak, Timothy (interviewer)

Project

Provost Summer Program

Date

6-27-2013

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

96 minutes

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