Clarice Pitta Chapman begins the interview by discussing her family background and the circumstances that led her to attend Pembroke College. In Part 1, she also addresses the effects of Great Depression on life at Brown, her ambitions to study medicine, pursuing a career as a woman, and drinking at Brown during Prohibition. In Part 2, Clarice talks about her academic interests and the various struggles she and her husband faced with the Great Depression.
The discussion in Part 3 covers a wide variety of topics, from the social pressures Clarice faced during her time at Pembroke to the state of modern youth and modes of public transportation.
Clarice concludes the interview in Part 4 with some anecdotes about her friends and personal experiences.