Braswell Dean oral history interview, 1971 Aug. 13.

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Dean, Braswell,. Braswell Dean oral history interview, 1971 Aug. 13.

Braswell Dean oral history interview, 1971 Aug. 13.

The collection consists of an oral history interview with Braswell Dean on August 13, 1971 in which he discusses the Georgia Department of Public Welfare; social security; George Dean bill; vocational training in retail distribution; Ellis Arnall; welfare benefits to a child born to parents of different races; Albany tornado; commencement exercise at Dougherty High School (Albany); Dean's relationship with E.D. Rivers; reaction to welfare benefits to aforementioned baby; highway department; Lint Miller; Rivers' drinking; Carl Vinson; Herndon's choice of Rivers as a topic; 1936 governor's race; accusations that Rivers courted Republican vote; Dean's view on attributes of a good husband; Rivers at Young Harris College; Rivers' political views; and Jim Wells.

2 audiotapes ; cassette.

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