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Web URL(s):http://golfarchitects.lib.msu.edu/snydera/media/snyder.ram
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Material Type:Video
Monographic Author(s):Snyder, Arthur Jack
Author Affiliation:Fellow and Past-President, American Society of Golf COurse Architects
Monograph Title:A Conversation With Arthur Jack Snyder [video interview], 1994.
Publishing Information:[American Society of Golf Course Architects]
# of Pages:47:11
Collation:47:11 minutes
Series:ASGCA Living History Video Interviews
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf course architects; Personal profile; Career growth; American Society of Golf Course Architects; Golf course design; Organization profile
Subjects' Names:Snyder, Arthur Jack
Abstract/Contents:Interviews golf course architect Arthur Jack Snyder, member and former president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA). Reflects on Snyder's career in golf course design, his professional transition from the east coast to Arizona, and the legacy of Snyder's family in the golf course industry. Also focuses on Snyder's individual frustrations and triumphs. Describes his involvement with ASGCA and allows Snyder to offer advice to future golf course architects.
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Note:Interviewed by Bruce Charlton
Conducted at San Francisco, California, April 17, 1994.
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