Oral history interview, [19--].


Oral history interview, [19--].

Experiences as a young man who came to Nacogdoches with his father in 1930 to start Texas Farm Products Company. Topics include social, economic, and agricultural conditions in East Texas during the depression, when things began to improve, Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal programs, and the lasting impact the depression had on his life.

1 sound cassette.Transcript: 1 item.


SNAC Resource ID: 8051449

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