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Collection Number: 03709

Collection Title: Federal Writers' Project Papers, 1936-1940

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Size 15.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 12000 items)
Abstract W. T. Couch (1901), while director of the University of North Carolina Press, was also a part-time official of the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, as assistant and associate director for North Carolina, 1936-1937, and as director for the southern region, 1938-1939. These papers include his correspondence relating to the project, and the life histories of about 1,200 individuals, written by about 60 members of the project after one or more interviews with the subjects. Persons interviewed, many of them African Americans, described life in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. There is a partial index to the many occupations of those interviewed. Also included, on microfilm, are ghost stories, local legends, etc., gathered in the project.
Creator Federal Writers' Project.
Language English
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No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Federal Writers' Project papers #3709, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Microfilm copy available.
Acquisitions Information
Transferred from the office of William T. Couch at the University of North Carolina Press in 1946.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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William Terry Couch (1901), director of the University of North Carolina Press, 1932-1945; director of the University of Chicago Press, 1945-1950; since 1950, editor and publisher with encyclopedias and commercial publishers; lived in Palo Alto, California; returned to live in Chapel Hill.

Couch was associated with the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration on a part-time basis, 1936-1939, as associate and assistant state director for North Carolina, 1936-1937, and as regional director, 1938-1939. Boxes 1-8 of these papers contain his correspondence and other papers related to his work with the project. Boxes 9-33 of the papers contain life histories written by members of the Federal Writers' Project after interviews with selected individuals. Selections from these life histories were published in These Are Our Lives , as told by the people and written by members of the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. (Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1939. xx, 421 pp. Preface by W. T. Couch.) Box 34 contains a card index of the life histories, compiled by Couch.

Later publication: Such as Us, Southern Voices of the Thirties . Edited by Tom E. Terrill and Jerrold Hirsch. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1978.

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Contents list

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Folder 1

Barnard, George S. (interviewer): A Negro Cook's Day #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 1

Rosa Lee Johnson, circa 1908, Waycross, Ga., black cook, Ozark, no date given

Folder 2

Bowman, Annie L. (interviewer): The Hines #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 2

Mary Hines, no date given, Monroe County, black teacher, Atmore, 2 January 1939

Folder 3

Bowman, Annie L. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 3

Folder 4

Cain, Maude (interviewer): Julia Rhodes #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 4

Julia Rhodes, circa 1904, Tallapoosa County, white mill worker, Alexander City, 11 October 1938

Folder 5

Cain, Maude (interviewer): Bertie Turner #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 5

Bertie Turner, no date given, no place given, white boarding-house operator, Alexander City, 30 December 1938

Folder 6

Clark, Luther (interviewer): Looking Around with a Hay Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 6

Leonidas Cockrell, circa 1867, no place given, white farm owner, McCainville, 14 September 1938

Folder 7

Coleman, Victoria (interviewer): Soil Pipe Worker #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 7

William Smith, circa 1870, Ohio, white soil pipe worker, Anniston, 31 January 1939

Folder 8

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): Sam Lynn, Fisherman and River Rat [Famous for Fish] #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 8

Sam Lynn, circa 1879, no place given, black fisherman, Eufaula, 11 January 1939

Folder 9

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): Mid-Wives are Called "Grannies" #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 9

Aunt Granny [Lula] Rousseau, 1861, Eufaula, black midwife, Eufaula, 15 December 1938

Folder 10

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): Three Workers of Cowikee Cotton Mill #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 10

Mrs. Lee Snipes, no date given, no place given, white textile weaver; T. Clements, no date given, no place given, white textile fireman; Mrs. Champion, no date given, no place given, white textile weaver, Eufaula, 13 October 1938

Folder 11

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): The Hughes Family #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 11

James C. [Doc] Hughes, no date given, no place given, white mill worker, Eufaula, 20 October 1938

Folder 12

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): The Sam Andersons-Cotton Mill Workers #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 12

Sam Anderson, no date given, no place given, white mill worker, Eufaula, 20 October 1938

Folder 13

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): Mill Workers #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 13

Nancy Nolan, no date given, no place given, white mill worker, Barbour County, 20 October 1938

Folder 14

Couric, Gertha and Hand, Woodrow (interviewers): "Ed West-Installment Collector" #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 14

Ed West, no date given, no place given, white installment collector, Eufaula, 14 February 1939

Folder 15

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): My Time is Mighty Nigh Out #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 15

Mrs. Lucy Thomas, 1859?, no place given, black washwoman, 14 February 1939

Folder 16

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): A Day on the Farm #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 16

Mrs. Ola Titus, circa 1867, no place given, white farmer, Barbour County, 20 January 1939; Mrs. Annie Blair, circa 1869, no place given, white farmer, Barbour County, 20 January 1939

Folder 17

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 17

Folder 18

Couric, Gertha (interviewer): Fifty-Two Years in the Cotton Mill #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 18

Tom Asobrook, circa 1867, no place given, white mill worker, Eufaula, 13 October 1938

Folder 19

Diard, Francois L. (interviewer): Sharon Cousins, Knight of the Road #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 19

Sharon Cousins, 1914, Ellenburg, WS, white hobo, Mobile, 3 February 1939

Folder 20

Dobson, Noma (interviewer): Veteran Newspaper Man #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 20

Charles H. Geer, 1860, Troupe County, Ga., newspaperman, Sylacauga, 19 December 1938

Folder 21

Donigan, Charles M. (interviewer): C. F. Gerber, Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 21

C. F. Gerber, Barton County, KA, white farmer, Sheffield, 16 January 1939

Folder 22

Evans, Lawrence (interviewer): Story of a Minister's Family and Life #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 22

Dr. W. H. Evans, circa 1873, MS, white Baptist pastor, Fairhope, 18 January 1939

Folder 23

Evans, Lawrence (interviewer): Master Cain, of the Grover Cleveland, of Bayou la Batre #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 23

E. J. Cain, no date given, Bayou la Batre, white shrimp boat operator, 14 October 1938

Folder 24

Evans, Lawrence (interviewer): "A Small Town Doctor" #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 24

Floyd L. Abernathy, no date given, Prattville, white doctor, Foley, 1 February 1939

Folder 25

Evans, Lawrence (interviewer): The Potter #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 25

Ed Grace, no date given, no place given, white potter, Daphen, 7 October 1938

Folder 26

Evans, Lawrence (interviewer): An Oysterman #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 26

Lawrence Nelson, no date given, [Foley?], white oysterman, Foley, 5 October 1938

Folder 27

Evans, Lawrence (interviewer): Sam, the Turpentine Chopper #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 27

Sam Jackson, circa 1916, no place given, black turpentiner, Stapleton, 21 September 1938

Folder 28

Hall, Covington (interviewer): The "Andrew Jackson of Southern Labor" #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 28

Arthur Lee Emerson, circa 1881, Tennessee, white union organizer, farmer, Mentone, 15 December 1938

Folder 29

Hall, Covington (interviewer): Mountain Thinker and Experimenter #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 29

George Smith, circa 1900, no place given, white experimenter, Mentone, 5 January 1939

Folder 30

Hall, Covington (interviewer): Mountain Merchant-Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 30

Dan Smith, no date given, no place given, white merchant and farmer, Mentone, 7 December 1938

Folder 31

Hall, Covington (interviewer): Sam Cash, Farmer-Miner #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 31

Sam Cash, circa 1871, near Mentone, white farmer-miner, Mentone, 7 December 1938

Folder 32

Hand, Woodrow (interviewer): Johnnie Gates-Truck-Miner #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 32

John H. Gates, no date given, no place given, white truck-miner, Helena, 15 September 1938

Folder 33

Hand, Woodrow (interviewer): Gertha Couric-Hotel Hostess-WPA Worker #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 33

Gertha Couric, circa 1896, Eufaula, white hotel hostess, WPA worker, Eufaula, 31 January 1939

Folder 34

Harper, Edward F. (interviewer): Hobbies, Pets, and Children #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 34

Lloyd Wesley Lewis, 1912, Elmore County, Ala., white industrial blacksmith, Ensley, 30 November 1938

Folder 35

Hartley, Helen S. (interviewer): Shrimping on the Schooner Berney Geneva #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 35

L. W. Robbie, circa 1900, no place given, white shrimp fisherman, Bayou la Batre, 30 November 1938

Folder 36

Heflin, Wilson L. (interviewer): I Wouldn't Be a Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 36

James McDaniel, circa 1919, [Winfield?], white college student, Winfield, 10 August 1939

Folder 37

Heflin, Wilson L. (interviewer): People Call Me a Loan Shark #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 37

A. Way, Jr., no date given, no place given, white loan shark, Birmingham, 18 July 1939

Folder 38

Klein, Preston (interviewer): The Truitt Family-Tenant Farmers #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 38

M. Truitt, no date given, no place given, white tenant farmer, Opelika, 10 October 1938

Folder 39

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): A Woman's Like a Dumb Animal #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 39

George Carter, circa 1877, no place given, white, logger, Talledega Springs, 25 July 1939

Folder 40

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): River Drifter #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 40

Bob Curtis, no date given, no place given, [white?], fisherman, Talledega Springs, 17 July 1939, 23 September 1938

Folder 41

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): River Drifter (another version of the above interview) #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 41

Bob Curtis, no date given, no place given, [white?], fisherman, Talledega Springs, 17 July 1939, 23 September 1938

Folder 42

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): I'm Allus Hongry #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 42

Orrie Robinson, 1891, Talledega Springs, white, fisherman, Talledega Springs, 4 August 1939

Folder 43

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): Isaac Johnson: Cajan [sic] Turpentiner #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 43

Isaac Johnson, no date given, Happy Hill Community near Chaton, Cajun, turpentiner, Happy Hill Community near Chatom, 29 November 1938

Folder 44

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): Jim Lauderdale: River Wreck #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 44

Jim Lauderdale, 1880, no place given, white river rat, Talledega Springs, 22 September 1938

Folder 45

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): "Dead Man" of Coosa River #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 45

Henry Kelly, circa 1870, Sylaucauga, white river rat, Talledega Springs, 21 September 1938

Folder 46

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): "Uncle Bud" Ryland the Coosa Fisherman #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 46

Charley "Uncle Bud" Ryland, circa 1870, no place given, white fisherman, Talledega Springs, 21 September 1938

Folder 47

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): River Widow: Portrait of Poverty #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 47

Neely "The Widow" Williams, no date given, no place given, white widow, Fayetteville, 21 September 1938

Folder 48

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): Pattern of Ignorance #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 48

Orrie Robinson, 1898, Talledega Springs, white fisherman, Talledega Springs, 23 September 1938

Folder 49

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): By the Glory of God #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 49

Harrison Waters, circa 1881, Talledega Springs, black farmer, Talledega Springs, 21 October 1938

Folder 50

Kytle, Jack (interviewer): A Dead Convict Don't Cost Nothin' #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 50

Jim Lauderdale, 1880, no place given, white river rat, Talledega Springs, 8 August 1939

Folder 51

McDonald, Nettie S. (interviewer): The Poseys #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 51

Gayle Posey, no date given, no place given, white, weatherstrips houses; Idella Posey, no date given, no place given, white housewife, Birmingham, no date given

Folder 52

McDonald, Nettie S. (interviewer): Coal Miner #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 52

Sam Brakefield, 1873, [Lamar County?], white miner, [Lamar County?], no date given

Folder 53

McDonald, Nettie S. (interviewer): Green Fields Far Away #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 53

Joseph Davis, no date given, no place given, white miner and farmer; Dera Davis, no date given, Tennessee, white teacher, North Birmingham, 30 November 1939

Folder 54

McDonald, Nettie S. (interviewer): Mary Worked in the Mines in Belgium #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 54

Mary De Roy, no date given, Belgium, white housewife; August De Roy, no date given, Belgium, white miner, Republic, 14 July 1939

Folder 55

McDonald, Nettie S. and Kytle, Jack (interviewers): I'm Crazy 'bout Rats. #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 55

Bennie Amerson, no date given, no place given, white miner; Mary Amerson, no date given, no place given, white housewife, Republic

Folder 56

Marshall, Bennett (interviewer): Some Grow Old. #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 56

Mrs. S. M. Davis, circa 1875, Texas, white boarding house operator, Birmingham, 7 October 1938

Folder 57

O'Brien, Susie R. (interviewer): Ellawhite Mill Village #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 57

Description of California Cotton Mill, Uniontown, 28 September 1938

Folder 58

O'Brien, Susie R. (interviewer): The Alexanders #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 58

E. J. Alexander, no date given, no place given, white tenant farmer, Marion, 20 October 1938

Folder 59

Perry, Rhussus L. (interviewer): A Day with Lula Wright #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 59

Lula Wright, 1868, Cotton Valley, black tenant farmer, Tuskeegee, 18 January 1939

Folder 60

Perry, Rhussus L. (interviewer): Isaac Hathaway, Sculptor #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 60

Isaac Hathaway, no date given, Cincinnati [Ohio?], black sculptor, Tuskeegee, 2 January 1939

Folder 61

Perry, Rhussus L. (interviewer): At Father Baker's Home #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 61

Mother Baker, circa 1855, [Macon County?], black, ex-slave, farmer, Macon County; Father Baker, circa 1855, [Macon County?], Tuskeegee, 22 November 1938

Folder 62

Petterson, Josephine: Life Story of a Swedish-American #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 62

Josephine Petterson, circa 1871, Skogsby, Sweden, Swedish-American, FWP worker, Mobile, 2 February 1939

Folder 63

Prine, Ida (interviewer): Life in a Shrimping and Oyster Shucking Camp #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 63

Joe Vaughn, circa 1861, Canada, white shrimp factory worker, Bayou La Batre, 29 November 1938

Folder 64

Prine, Ida (interviewer): Mandy Johnson, Midwife #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 64

Mandy Johnson, 1867, Cottage Hall, black midwife, Cottage Hall, 30 November 1938

Folder 65

Prine, Ida (interviewer): Story of Auguste Mollie #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 65

Auguste Mollie, circa 1858, Dauphine, France, white farm laborer, Navcco, 21 December 1938

Folder 66

Prine, Ida (interviewer): Kosaku Sawada, Nurseryman #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 66

Kosaku Sawada, no date given, Osaka, Japan, Japanese nurseryman, Mobile, 20 January 1939

Folder 67

Prine, Ida (interviewer): It Ruins Oysters to Wash Them #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 67

Raymond Barbour, 1869, Dauphine Island, Ala., white fisherman, Bayou La Batre, 15 January 1939

Folder 68

Prine, Ida (interviewer): Lena Cash, Octogenarian #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 68

Lena Cash, 1850, New Orleans, La., white elderly woman, Crichton, 5 January 1939

Folder 69

Reese, Marie (interviewer): "Holly House" #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 69

"Bull" Elliott, no date given, no place given, white tenant farmer, Loundesboro, 10 October 1938

Folder 70

Rogers, Adelaide (interviewer): Never No More #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 70

Allen Turpin, circa 1868, Creek-stand, Ala., black janitor, Montgomery, no date given

Folder 71

Rogers, Adelaide (interviewer): Mrs. Blanchard, Professional Mother #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 71

Ellen R. Blanchard, no date given, [Montgomery?], white housekeeper, Montgomery, 31 January 1939

Folder 72

Rogers, Adelaide (interviewer): "Gab'ul Chime Dat Harp!" #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 72

Henry Raymore, no date given, no place given, black fortune-teller, Montgomery, no date given

Folder 73

Tartt, Ruby Pickens (interviewer): Carrie Dykes, Midwife #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 73

Carrie Dykes, circa 1870, Belmont, black midwife, Belmont, 4 October 1938

Folder 74

Tartt, Ruby Pickens (interviewer): No Lawd, I Ain't Ready #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 74

Hester Frye, no date given, Tishabee, Ala., black maid, Livingston, 17 February 1939

Folder 75

Tartt, Ruby Pickens (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 75

Folder 76

Tartt, Ruby Pickens (interviewer): Seeking Salvation #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 76

"Little Bit," Hattie Amason, circa 1885, Livingston, 17 August 1939

Folder 77

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): I Wanted to Keep a Good Horse #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 77

Dr. Archie Waldrep, 1869, Red Bay, white doctor, Red Bay, 20 July 1939

Folder 78

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): Lord Loafer #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 78

Liege Massey, no date given, no place given, white-occupation given, Red Bay, 17 August 1939

Folder 79

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): Bony Winchester #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 79

Bony Winchester, 1870, Red Bay, white farmer, Red Bay, 17 August 1939

Folder 80

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): It's Hell to Be Popular #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 80

Roberta Park, circa 1921, no place given, white high-school student, Red Bay, 20 July 1939

Folder 81

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): Pink Petree #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 81

Pink Petree, circa 1874, [Pleasant Site?], white postman/owner country store, Pleasant Site, 20 July 1939

Folder 82

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): John F. Davis #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 82

John F. Davis, [1880?], no place given, white postman/farmer, Red Bay, 18 July 1939

Folder 83

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): I'll Be an Old Man Tomorrow #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 83

W. W. Skeleton, circa 1872, Texas, white surveyor, Red Bay, 18 July 1939

Folder 84

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): J. P. Epps and Son #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 84

J. P. Epps, [1885], Golden, white storekeeper, Red Bay, 21 July 1939

Folder 85

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): Luke Warn: He Ain't Talkin #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 85

Luke Warn, [1870?], Red Bay, black, occupation not given, Red Bay, 14 August 1939

Folder 86

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): My Boys An' Me Died in the War #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 86

Oscar Falkes, 1869, Village Springs, white country-store operator, Birmingham, 15 August 1939

Folder 87

Waldrep, R. V. (interviewer): Jack Hodge #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 87

Jack Hodge, no date given, no place given, white farmer, Red Bay, 14 July 1939

Folder 88

Williams, Jennie Sue (interviewer): Frank Coffee #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 88

Frank Coffee, 1866, Fackler, black odd job man, Bridgeport, 30 January 1939

Folder 89

Williams, Jennie Sue (interviewer): Isaac Slaughter #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 89

Isaac Slaughter, Greensboro, Ga., black, ex-slave, Bridgeport, 17 January 1939

Folder 90

Williamson, Keane (interviewer): Emancipation #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 90

A fictional piece, Pine Apple, Ala., no date given

Folder 91

Evans, Lawrence F. (interviewer): A Plain Country Doctor #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 91

Floyd Abernathy, Prattville, no place given, white doctor, Foley, no date given

Folder 92

No author: Mid-wife and Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 92

Josie Fleming, circa 1876, Aswell, black midwife, no place given, no date given

Folder 93

Tartt, Ruby Pickens (interviewer): Hester Frye #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 93

Hester Frye, no date given, Tishabee, black maid, Livingston, no date given

Folder 94

Rowland, Walter (interviewer): "Ain't Got No Screens" #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 94

No name, no date given, no place given, black tenant farmer, Arkansas, 6 June 1939

Folder 95

Rowland, Walter (interviewer): A North Little Rock Thief #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 95

No name, no date given, no place given, white thief, North Little Rock, 12 May 1939

Folder 96

No author: Honkytonk Hostess #03709, Subseries: "1.1. Alabama." Folder 96

No name, no date given, no place given, white waitress, no place given, no date given

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Folder 97

Bryan, Lindsay M. (interviewer): "Jaydy" Abbin, Florida Adventurer #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 97

J. Atkins, 1903, Dade City, white mechanic, Tampa, 15 February 1939

Folder 98

Back, Gladys (interviewer): The Burns Family #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 98

W. W. Woods, no date given, Grand Cayman Islands, white housewife, Princeton, 30 December 1938

Folder 99

Burnell, Elvira (interviewer): The Stembler Family #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 99

Tom Blake, no date given, no place given, white debt collector, Miami, 30 January 1939

Folder 100

Burnell, Elvira (interviewer): Anna Alden #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 100

Annie Alden, [1880?], no place given, white WPA sewing room worker, Miami, 16 February 1939

Folder 101

Darsey, Barbara (interviewer): Lolly Bleu, Florida Squatter #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 101

Mrs. Robert Eures, [1889?], Texas, white squatter, Venus, 29 November 1938

Folder 102

Darsey, Barbara B., Veronica E. Huss, Robert Cornwall, and N. C. Browder (interviewers): "We is Victims" #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 102

Horace Thompson, no date given, on the Georgia line near Blonts Ferry; black citrus worker Cellie Thompson, no date given, on the Georgia line near Blonts Ferry; black citrus worker, Avon Park, 8 February 1939

Folder 103

Darsey, Huss, and Cornwall (interviewers): Life History of the Thomas Family #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 103

Another version of the above interview.

Folder 104

Darsey and Huss (interviewers): Albert and Anne Denman #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 104

Bob Franklin, circa 1894, Geneva County, Ala., white country store proprietor, farmer, Hicoria, 7 February 1939

Folder 105

Darsey and Huss (interviewer): Virginia Suffolk #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 105

Madge Wetherbee, 1881, Bradford, England, white poultry farmer, Avon Park, 14 February 1939

Folder 106

Darsey and Huss (interviewers): Mary Windsor #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 106

Mrs. Senie Williams, circa 1915, Hardee County, white wife of sharecropper, Venus, no date given

Folder 107

Darsey, Barbara (interviewer): Frank and Ella Merryvale #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 107

Cornelia Mitchell, circa 1913, Lakeland, white citrus worker; Willard Mitchell, circa 1915, Oakland, Ga., white citrus worker, Sebring, 8 February 1939

Folder 108

Darsey, Barbara (interviewer): Maria Gonzales, Florida Squatter #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 108

Mrs. Texas Morgan, circa 1896, [Hardee County?], white squatter-farmer, Venus, 7 February 1939

Folder 109

Darsey and Stetson Kennedy (interviewers): Henry and Rosa Maddox #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 109

Ed Moore, no date given, no place given, white squatter farmer, Venus, 22 November 1938

Folder 110

Darsey and Kennedy (interviewers): A Florida Squatter Family-Jason and Lily Iby #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 110

W. Lundy, circa 1898, Pasco County, white squatter-farmer, Venus, 8 December 1938

Folder 111

Darsey and Kennedy (interviewers): Florida Squatters #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 111

Sectional descriptions of Florida squatters, December 1938

Folder 112

Diggs, Paul, Veronica Huss, and Evelyn Werner (interviewers): E. J. and Mattie Marshall, Overseer of Tenants #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 112

E. J. Marshall, 1869, Edgefield, S.C., black overseer of tenants; Mattie Marshall, 1872, Tampa, black housewife, Plant City, 15 February 1939

Folder 113

Diggs and Huss (interviewers): I Don't Do No Votin' #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 113

Lula Gray, circa 1902, Manna, S.C., black housewife; Rich Gray, 1888, Robertsville, S.C., black turpentine foreman, Carters, no date given

Folder 114

Diggs and Werner (interviewers): George and Bessie Derrick #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 114

George Derrick, 1886, Kingston, Jamaica, black tenant farmer; Bessie Derrick, no date given, no place given, black tenant farmer, Plant City, 10 February 1939

Folder 115

Diggs and Huss (interviewers): William and Corneal Jackson #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 115

William Jackson, Ocala, 1903, black, phosphate miner; Corneal Jackson, 1908, Key West, black, housewife, Lakeland, 20 January 1939

Folder 116

Diggs and Huss (interviewers): Rich and Lula Gray #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 116

Rich Gray, 1888, Robertsville, S.C., black, turpentine foreman; Lula Gray, 1902, Manna, S.C., black, housewife, Carters, 27 January 1939

Folder 117

Dowda, Bill and Evelyn Werner (interviewers): Earl Guenther #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 117

Earl Guenther, 1897, Dayton, OH, white, barber, Palatka, no date given

Folder 118

Huss, Veronica E. (interviewer): Izzelly Haines #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 118

Izzelly Harding, no date given, Bahamas, Conch, midwife, Riviera, October 1938

Folder 119

Huss, Veronica E. (interviewer): Wilbur Edwards Roberts, A Riviera "Conch" #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 119

Wilbur Edwards Roberts, circa 1855, Bahamas, Conch, fisherman, sponger, turtler, Riviera, 14 November 1938

Folder 120

Huss, Veronica E. and S. Kennedy (interviewers): The Riviera Conchs (sectional description) #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 120

Immigrants from Bahamas of White-Negro ancestry, fishermen, Riviera, November 1938

Folder 121

Kennedy, Stetson (interviewer): Enrique and Amanda #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 121

Adelpha Pollato, no date given, [Key West?], Cuban, cigar-maker, Ybor City, 3 January 1939

Folder 122-123

Folder 122

Folder 123

Two versions of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 122-123

Folder 124

Kennedy, Stetson (interviewer): Pedro and Estrella #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 124

Evelio Andur, no date given, no place given, Cuban cigar-box maker, Ybor City, 1 January 1939

Folder 125

Kennedy, Stetson (interviewer): Mister Homer #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 125

Homer Jordan, no date given, Dinsmore, white salesman and installment collector, Jacksonville, 3 February 1939

Folder 126

Sheperd, Rose (interviewer): Martin Cross, Wood and Fuel Dealer #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 126

Montgomery Corse, [1865?], [Virginia?], white, wood and fuel dealer, Jacksonville, 2 February 1939

Folder 127

Stedman, Lillian, Veronica Huss, and Robert Edwards (interviewers): Reverend W. C. Sale #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 127

Reverend W. C. Sale, no date given, Alabama, white, clergyman, Jacksonville, no date given

Folder 128

Stedman and Evelyn Werner (interviewers): George Harmon Kirby #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 128

James Kerby Ward, no date given, Togo, white, bus driver, Jacksonville, no date given

Folder 129

Stedman and Werner (interviewers): A Greek Restauranteur [sic] #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 129

James Kivelos, no date given, no place given, Greek, Restauranteur, Jacksonville, 20 May 1939

Folder 130

Stedman and Werner (interviewers): Ceceilia Patrourtsa #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 130

Cecelia Janes Lazos Poulos, no date given, Greece, Greek, wife of a restaurateur, Jacksonville, 21 April 1939

Folder 131

Stedman and Werner (interviewers): James Kerby Ward #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 131

James Kerby Ward, no date given, Togo, white, bus driver, Jacksonville, 17 February 1939

Folder 132

Stedman and Werner (interviewers): Mayselle Sweat Green #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 132

Mayselle Sweat Green, circa 1917, no place given, white, cigar factory worker, Jacksonville, 20 February 1939

Folder 133

Stedman and Werner (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 133

Folder 134

Stedman and Stetson Kennedy (interviewers): Robert Smith #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 134

David Smith, circa 1901, no place given, white, sharecropper, elevator operator in a pulp mill, Jacksonville, 22 December 1938

Folder 135

Valdes, F. (interviewer): Pedro Barrios #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 135

Pedro Barrios, 1881, Cerro, Havana, Cuba, Cuban, cigar-maker, cigar factory reader, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935

Folder 136

Valdes, F. (interviewer): Dr. M. Santos #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 136

Dr. M Santos, 1888, Sagua la Grande, Cuba, Cuban, cigar-maker, optometrist, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935

Folder 137

Valdes, F. (interviewer): Enrique Pendas, Introduction #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 137

Enrique Pendas, 1865, Asturias, Spain, Spanish, owner cigar factory and chairman of Manufacturers' Association, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935

Folder 138

Valdes, F. (interviewer): Enrique Pendas (same as above) #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 138

Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 139

Wood, Dorothy (interviewer): The Miller Family #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 139

Bob Lapham, circa 1907, no place given, white, artist, Miami Beach, 15 February 1939

Folder 140

No Author: John Cacciatore #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 140

John Cacciatore, 1860, Sicily, Italian, cigar-maker, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 141

No Author: Fernando Lemos #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 141

Fernando Lemos, 1870, Havana, Cuba, Cuban, cigar-maker, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 142

No Author: Domingo Ginesta #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 142

Domingo Ginesta, 1865, Havana, Cuba, Cuban, cigar-maker, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 143

No Author: Fermin Souto #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 143

Fermin Souto, 1858, Ferrol de Galicia, Spain, Spanish, cigar-maker and secretary Spanish Club, Ybor City, 1935). Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 144

No Author: My Opinion on the Autobiography Written by Mr. Cortina #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 144

Gerardo Cortina Pinera, 1912, Havana, Cuba, Cuban, unemployed cigar-factory reader, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 145

No Author: Gerardo Cortina Pinera (same as above) #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 145

Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 146

No Author: Jose Ramon Sanfeliz #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 146

Jose Ramon Sanfeliz, 1870, Havana, Cuba, Cuban, cigar-maker and bartender, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

Folder 147

No Author: B. M. Balbontin #03709, Subseries: "1.2. Florida." Folder 147

B. M. Balbontin, 1863, Rumorose, Spain, Spanish, bartender, Ybor City, 1935. Note: Material from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration Sociological Survey, Ybor City, 1935.

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Folder 148

Adams, Morris (interviewer): Turnips Today, Turnips Tomorrow #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 148

George Carter, 1842, Virginia, black, ex-slave, Savannah, 17 January 1939

Folder 149

Barie, A. G. (interviewer): Guess We Had Moving Fever #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 149

David Melvin, no date given, [Pickens County, N.C.?], white, tenant farmer, Powder Springs, 12 December 1938

Folder 150

Barie, A. G. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 150

Folder 151

Barie, A. G. (interviewer): From around the World to a Georgia Farm #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 151

Ernest Gerber, circa 1883, Langnou, Switzerland, white farmer, Marietta, 25 February and 25 May 1939

Folder 152

Barie, A. G. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 152

Folder 153

Bonner, Bessie (interviewer): The Relief Lady #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 153

Nell Pentecost, no date given, no place given, white, county relief director, Carrolton, 1 July 1939

Folder 154

Bradley, Leola T., and Maggie Freeman (interviewers): Right Livin' #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 154

Evie Louvenia Robinson, circa 1881, Oglethorpe County, white, practical nurse WPA Housekeepers Project, Athens, 1 November and 22 November 1939

Folder 155

Bradley and Freeman (interviewers): Reverses #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 155

Hazel Hoff, no date given, Chattanooga, Tenn., white, district manager Avon products, Athens, 11, 16, and 24 November 1939

Folder 156

Bradley and Freeman (interviewers): Julie Nickerson #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 156

Mattie Julia Nichols, no date given, Gum Springs, white, WPA librarian, Athens, 16 October, and 9 November 1939

Folder 157

Bradley and Rudene Hix (interviewers): A Self Made Man #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 157

L. L. Jordan, no date given, Mecklenburg County, N.C., white, painter, Athens, 13 and 29 September 1939

Folder 158

Bradley and John N. Booth (interviewer): "De Luck is in De Lawd" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 158

Minnie Davis, circa 1861, [Greene County?], black, teacher, Athens, 23 and 28 August, and 29 November 1939

Folder 159

Conway, George (interviewer): Captain X #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 159

Captain Allan F. Leigh, no date given, Hull, England, English, sea captain, Athens, 17 January 1939

Folder 160

Fowler, Carrie (interviewer): The Piano Salesman #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 160

Fred Trammel, no date given, no place given, white, salesman, Athens, 4 January 1939

Folder 161

Ginsberg, Freda (interviewer): Papa #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 161

Nathan Wild, [1897?], Yvey, Poland, Jewish, grocer, Savannah, 16 January 1939

Folder 162

Hawkes, Ina (interviewer): It Wasn't So Easy #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 162

Mrs. Jake Bower, no date given, no place given, white, hotel operator, Savannah, 24 September 1939

Folder 163

Hawkes, Ina B., and Grace McCune (interviewers): A Visit to the Country #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 163

Fannie Busbin, circa 1849, no place given, white, farmer, Winterville, 9, 14 September 1939

Folder 164

Hornsby, Sadie B., Sarah Hall, and John Booth (interviewers): "I've Took in Sewing Fifty Years" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 164

Sarah Frances Fellows, [1863?], no place given, white, seamstress, Athens, 7, 11, and 26 July 1939

Folder 165

Hornsby, Sadie (interviewer): Life of a Retired Mill Worker #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 165

James Herring, 1871, no place given, white, retired mill operator, Athens, 10 January 1939

Folder 166

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): I Ain't No Midwife #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 166

Mary Willingham, 1880, Clarke County, black, practical nurse, Athens, 14 and 24 March , 29 May, and 9 June 1939

Folder 167

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 167

Folder 168

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): A third version of the same interview #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 168

Folder 169

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): "I Maids for the Co-Eds" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 169

Odelia Lester Anderson, 1902, Eatonton, Black, maid, Athens, 14, 16, and 27 March 1939

Folder 170

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): I Don't Know What's the Matter #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 170

Edward J. Bacon, no date given, Athens, black, brick mason, Athens, 31 May and 14 June 1939

Folder 171

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Wandering Beautician #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 171

R. W. Welch, 1896, Maxeys, white, beautician, Athens, 17 May and 6 June 1939

Folder 172

Hornsby, Sadie (interviewer): Life History of Mrs. Ann Waldrop #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 172

Ann Waldrop, 1861, Athens, white, retired mill worker, Athens, 3 January 1939

Folder 173

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): A visit to the Jail #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 173

Mrs. George Nash, no date given, no place given, white, wife of jailer, Athens, 26 April and 4 May 1939

Folder 174

Hornsby, Sadie (interviewer): Life on Happy Top #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 174

Leila Bramblett, 1878, Princeton factory, white, textile worker, Athens, 17 January 1939

Folder 175

Hornsby, Sadie (interviewer): Principal of Grammar School Thirty-Three Years #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 175

Mary Wright Hill, 1881, Greenville, N.C., black, school principal, Athens, 27 July 1939

Folder 176

Hornsby, Sadie (interviewer): The Carpenter of Lickskillet #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 176

Emmett Johnson, circa 1880, Sparta, black, carpenter; Maggie Johnson, 1880, no place given, black, wash woman, Athens, 12 May 1939

Folder 177

Hornsby, Hall, Booth, and Leila Harris (interviewers): Bea, The Washwoman #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 177

Sarah Hill, [1874?], Elberton, black, wash woman, Athens, 1, 27 February, 13 March 1939

Folder 178

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): A Visit to a Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 178

L. S. Whitehead, no date given, no place given, white, laundry operator; Mrs. L. S. Whitehead, no date given, Clarke County, white, laundry operator, Athens, 9, 10, and 24 March 1939

Folder 179

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): From Farm to Filling Station #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 179

Robert Leo Smith, 1912, Banks County, white gas station operator, Athens, 22 March, 4 April 1939

Folder 180

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Kay's Shop #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 180

Kathryn Jiles, no date given, Carrollton, white, milliner, Athens, 9 March, 4 April 1939

Folder 181

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Poppy Lady #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 181

Moina Michael, 1869, Walton County, white, teacher, Athens, 8 and 9 February 1939

Folder 182

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Three Sisters #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 182

Jane Campbell Buggs, 1867, Maxeys, black, wash woman; Mary Campbell, 1875, Maxeys, black, wash woman; Delah Campbell, 1885, Maxeys, black wash woman, Athens, 8 and 9 February, and 1 March 1939

Folder 183

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Edward Walcott #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 183

George Shaw Crane, [1870?], Athens, white, landlord, Athens, 23 and 26 January, 1 February, 8 March, and 25 May 1939

Folder 184

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 184

Folder 185

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): "I Cater to Colored People" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 185

Lorenzo W. Reed, 1863, Athens, black, barber, Athens, 19 and 20 June 1939

Folder 186

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): I've Been Drifting #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 186

Roy Clinton Hale, circa 1897, Athens, white, shoe salesman, Athens, 21 July, and 4 August 1939

Folder 187

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): "I've Been Preaching Ever Since I Could Talk" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 187

Harold Irving Bearden, 1910, Atlanta, black, preacher; Mrs. Bearden, no date given, Austell, black, preacher's wife, Athens, 17 July, and 1 August 1939

Folder 188

Hornsby, Hall, Booth, and Harris (interviewers): The Wrighton Sisters #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 188

Mattie Creighton, circa 1860, [Athens?], white, elderly woman; Ida Creighton, circa 1870, [Athens?], white, quilt maker, Athens, 28 and 29 June, and 15 July 1939

Folder 189

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): "How Many Days Have I Regretted" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 189

Mildred Lattrell McKinney, 1911, Madison County, white, boarding house operator, Athens, 23 June 1939

Folder 190

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): "..Maybe We'll Save a Little Money" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 190

Nicholas Chivilis, 1885, Arvanlokerasser, Greece, Greek, candy kitchen operator; Pete Nicholas Chivilis, no date given, Jackson County, white, candy kitchen operator, Athens, 8 February, 11 and 25 July 1939

Folder 191

Hornsby and Grace McCune (interviewers): Grocery Store #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 191

O. J. Coffer, 1899, Jefferson, white, grocer, Athens, 3 August 1939

Folder 192

Hornsby, Hall, Harris (interviewers): A W.P.A. Worker #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 192

Janie Harris, 1900, Clarke County, white, WPA worker, Athens, no date given

Folder 193

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Barbecue Stand #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 193

Robert Walker, no date given, Warrenton, black, barbecue stand operator; Gladys Walker, Bogart, black, barbecue stand operator, Athens, 10 and 19 April 1939

Folder 194

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Poro Beauty Shoppe #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 194

Mrs. L. A. Crane, circa 1903, Watkinsville, black, beauty shop operator, Athens, 4 and 5 April 1939

Folder 195

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Red, White, and Blue Barber Shop #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 195

Henry T. Brunblett, 1875, Gwinnet County, white, barber, Athens, 30 March 1939

Folder 196

Hornsby and Hall (interviewers): An Air-Minded Family #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 196

Omie Williams, Neese, white, widow, Athens, no date given

Folder 197

Hornsby and Hall (interviewers): Mildred Lawson #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 197

Sue S. White, circa 1897, South Georgia, white, beautician, Athens, no date given

Folder 198

Hornsby and Browder (interviewers): A Negro Insurance Executive #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 198

A. W. Parker, 1900, Georgetown, black, insurance executive, 13 April 1939

Folder 199

Hornsby and Browder (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 199

Folder 200

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Life of a Lawyer #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 200

Joseph Eliot Web, 1907, middle Georgia, white, lawyer, Athens, 16 and 23 February, and 6 March 1939

Folder 201

Hornsby, Hall, Booth (interviewers): I Got My Education the Hard Way #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 201

James W. Davis, 1871, Athens, black, mail carrier, school teacher, music teacher, bandmaster, Athens, 16 May, and 28 June 1939

Folder 202

Jenkins, William (interviewer): ..And Hopes 'At Somebody Will Come Along To Talk To #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 202

Archie George, circa 1889, Lithonia, black, cripple, Atlanta, 17 November 1939

Folder 203

McCune, Grace (interviewer): Day in a Department Store #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 203

Abe Link, proprietor, and various salespersons: Maud Elliott, F. McEntire, Mell McCurrdy, Athens, 24 January 1939

Folder 204

McCune, Hall, Harris (interviewers): A Farming Preacher-Prophet #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 204

Nick Waller, circa 1874, no place given, black, farmer-preacher, Athens, 6, 7, and 17 March 1939

Folder 205

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Mammy #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 205

Annie Grady Emerick, [1880?], no place given, white, Athens, 20 December 1938, and 6 January 1939

Folder 206

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): A Visit with Aunt Jerry #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 206

Josephine Wood, 1861, Barnett Shoals, white, housewife, Athens, 13 January and 16 February 1939

Folder 207

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): A Session of the City Court #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 207

Vincent Mathews, [1880?], Athens, white, judge, Athens, 10, and 17 April 1939

Folder 208

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Negro Fraternal Insurance #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 208

R.Harris, no date given, no place given, insurance executive, Athens, 13 and 24 April 1939

Folder 209

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Bus Drivers #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 209

F.A. Taylor, no date given, no place given, white, manager city bus-line, Athens, 10 and 13 April 1939

Folder 210

McCune, Grace (interviewers): A Versatile Craftswoman #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 210

Margaret Davis, 1887, Princeton, white, tailor, Athens, no date given

Folder 211

McCune and Hall (interviewers): Coffins and Caskets #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 211

W. P. Hopson, no date given, no place given, black, undertaker, Athens, no date given

Folder 212

McCune, Grace (interviewer): The Tale of a Tailoress #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 212

Margaret Davis, 1887, Princeton, white, tailor, Athens, 9 December 1939

Folder 213

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Maid of All Work #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 213

Julia Hicks, 1887, Athens, black, housemaid, laundress, nurse, Athens, 16 and 23 March 1939

Folder 214

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): A Negro Dentist #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 214

Dr. S. S. Jackson, no date given, Athens, black, dentist, Athens, 14 March 1939

Folder 215

McCune, Grace (interviewer): I Lak's a Good Livin #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 215

Cornelia Peterson, no date given, Morgan County, black, sewing room, Athens, no date given

Folder 216

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): All I Do is Just Heads #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 216

Daisy M. Johnson, no date given, no place given, black, beautician, Athens, 26 April and 4 May 1939

Folder 217

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Oldest Barber in Town #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 217

R. M. Davis, 1893, [Athens?], white barber, Athens, 28 March and 4 April 1939

Folder 218

McCune and Hall (interviewers): The Woman Dentist #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 218

Dr. Ida Mae Hiram, [1895?], Athens, black, dentist, Athens, no date given

Folder 219

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Waiting Room in a Bus Station #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 219

W. T. Sullivan, no date given, no place given, white, bus-station manager; Mrs. W. T. Sullivan, white, bus-station manager, Athens, 27, 29 March, and 6 April 1939

Folder 220

McCune, Grace (interviewer): The City Blacksmith #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 220

John Henry Middlebrooks, [1880?], Oconee County, black, blacksmith, Athens, 8 June 1939

Folder 221

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Bargain House #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 221

J. Buford Dudley, 1887, Combs, white, merchant, Athens, 16 February, and 2 March 1939

Folder 222

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Lilac Beauty Shop #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 222

Farrie Emerick, no date given, no place given, white, beautician; Edna Seagraves, no date given, no place given, white beautician, Athens, 1 and 18 February 1939

Folder 223

McCune and Hall (interviewers): The Boarding House Operator #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 223

Texie Gordon, no date given, no place given, white, boarding house operator, Athens, no date given

Folder 224

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): The Capital City Insurance Company #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 224

J. H. Robertson, 1905, South Georgia, black, insurance company manager, Athens, 14 and 27 April, 6 June, 7 and 10 July 1939

Folder 225

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 225

Folder 226

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): You Have To Get It While They're Crying #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 226

Lamar J. Johnson, [1922?], no place given, black, embalmer; Tom Johnson, no date given, no place given, black, undertaker, Athens, no date given

Folder 227

McCune, Hall, Harris, and Booth (interviewers): A Patent Medicine Vendor #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 227

Grace Crowder, no date given, no place given, white, patent medicine vendor, Athens, 28 February and 14 March 1939

Folder 228

McCune, Grace (interviewer): Cindy Wright #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 228

Mariah Jackson, 1861, Notasluga, black, midwife, Athens, 13 December 1938

Folder 229

McCune, Grace (interviewer): A Visit to A Flower Shop #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 229

Willow Jones, no date given, no place given, white, flower shop proprietor, Athens, 12 March 1939

Folder 230

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): A Negro Funeral `Director #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 230

James Mack, no date given, no place given, black, undertaker, Athens, 9 and 23 March 1939

Folder 231

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): "Yes, Lord, I'se Done Tried to Serve You Faithful" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 231

Isaiah Hunter, 1868, White Hall, black, preacher, Athens, 12 and 27 July 1939

Folder 232

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Old Shoe Comfort in New Shoe Appearance #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 232

Luther Holcomb, no date given, Athens, white, shoemaker, Athens, 5, 19 June, and 15 July 1939

Folder 233

McCune, Hall, Harris (interviewers): "A Customer is Always Right" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 233

Samuel August Sheats, 1912, Athens, black, grocery store and barbershop proprietor, Athens, 7 July and 3 August 1939

Folder 234

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Veterinarian, Poet, and Politician #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 234

Dr. W. M. Burson, 1874, Ohio, white, veterinarian, Athens, 29 June and 18 July 1939

Folder 235

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): "I Like America" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 235

Mamie Lewis, 1896, Beirut, Syria, Syrian, part owner dry goods store, Athens, 10 and 25 July 1939

Folder 236

McCune and Hall (interviewers): Madame Lucy #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 236

Annie Mains, no date given, between Watkinsville and Athens, black, beautician, Athens, no date given

Folder 237

McCune, Hall, Booth (interviewers): Susie Ray #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 237

Jannie Favors, 1892, Rayle, black, restaurant proprietor, Athens, 23 June 1939

Folder 238

McCune, Hall, Harris (interviewers): The Fishermen #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 238

J. H. Emerick, circa 1864, no place given, white, fisherman, Athens, no date given

Folder 239

McCune and N. C. Browder (interviewers): Woman Florist #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 239

Willie Jones, no date given, no place given, white, flower shop proprietor, Athens, 21 February 1939

Folder 240

Phillips, W. (interviewer): Wood Engraver in Paradise #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 240

C. W. Stambaugh, no date given, no place given, white, wood engraver, Demorest, 1 February 1939

Folder 241

Rice, M. D., A. G. Barie, and N. C. Browder (interviewers): Guess We Had Moving Fever #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 241

David Melvin, [Pickens County?], white, tenant farmer, Power Springs, no date given

Folder 242

Rose, Annie A. (interviewer): Clairvoyant #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 242

Prof. W. L. Harris, 1907, Birmingham, Ala., white, clairvoyant, Macon, 20 January 1939

Folder 243

Rose, Annie A. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 243

W. L. Keenan, [1898?], Georgia, white, saleslady, Macon, 20 January 1939

Folder 244

Rose, Annie A. (interviewer): Janice #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 244

Carolyn Ball, no date given, Moultrie, white, WPA typist, Macon, 19 January 1939

Folder 245

Rose, Annie A. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 245

Lizzie Mercer, no date given, no place given, black, unemployed, Macon, 1 May 1939

Folder 246

Rose, Annie A. (interviewer): So We Can Have Things Like Other Folks #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 246

Sarah Myers, [1900?], Macon, white, textile worker, Macon, 5 May 1939

Folder 247

Rose, Annie A. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 247

Sarah Howard, no date given, no place given, black, housemaid, Macon, 28 February 1939

Folder 248

Russell, Maurice. (interviewer): Homer L. Pike #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 248

Homer L. Pike, 1901, Fort Moultrie, Ala., white, textile worker, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 249

Russell, Maurice (interviewer): Nightwatchman #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 249

no name given, circa 1873, no place given, white, night watchman, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 250

Russell, Maurice (interviewer): Life History #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 250

Mrs. Same E. Whelchel, circa 1905, Banks County, white, housewife, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 251

Russell, Maurice (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 251

Mrs. Joe P. Stroh, circa 1914, Cobb County, white, housewife, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 252

Sieg, Gerald Chan (interviewer): Laundryman #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 252

Chung Tai-pan, [1870?], China, Chinese, laundry operator, Atlanta, 20 January 1939

Folder 253

Thorpe, Virginia (interviewer): Root Doctor #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 253

"Ma" [Liza] Williams, circa 1836, no place given, black, root doctor, Atlanta, 13 January 1939

Folder 254

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): I Managed To Carry On #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 254

Eugenia Martin, no date given, no place given, black, WPA worker, housekeeping aide, Atlanta, November 1939

Folder 255

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): I's Still Traveling 'Cause I got Faith in God #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 255

Benjamin Johnson, circa 1843, Troupe County, black, ex-slave, Atlanta, September 1939

Folder 256

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 256

Lucy Reeves, no date given, Clarke County, black, teacher, Atlanta, 21 June 1939

Folder 257

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): Unable to Stage a Comeback #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 257

F. Hodge, no date given, no place given, black, WPA worker, librarian government housing project, Atlanta, 27 October 1939

Folder 258

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): The Voice of God Spoke to Me #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 258

Jibson Littlejohn, 1855, Union County, S.C., black, preacher, Atlanta, November 1939

Folder 259

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): The 'Lil Black Girl #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 259

Annie Jackson, 1904, Thomson, black, maid, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 260

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): The Lord was with Me #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 260

G. L. Beasley, circa 1897, Tennessee, black, preacher, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 261

Tonsill, Geneva (interviewer): I'se Always Had a Hard Time #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 261

Julia Brown [Aunt Sally], circa 1852, Commerce, black, ex-slave, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 262

Upshaw, Jacques (interviewer): The Family of an Automobile Worker #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 262

Mrs. Same E. Whelchel, circa 1905, Cobb County, white, housewife, Atlanta, no date given

Folder 263

Upshaw, Jacques (interviewer): The Man Who Lives in the House By the Side of the Road #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 263

E. J. Tull, circa 1839, [Georgia?], white, teacher, Ellgay, December 1938

Folder 264

Vining, Mary (interviewer): The Story of Selina W. #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 264

Sara Wolf, 1885, Rocky Ford, white, housewife, Savannah, 19 January 1939

Folder 265

Deleted #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 265

Folder 266

No Author: "Let Me Live!" #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 266

Carlmon Hamilton, 1913, Norwood, Alabama, black, student, Macon, no date given

Folder 267

No Author: Nannie Hawkins #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 267

Nannie Hawkins, circa 1914, Macon, black, cook, Pine Mountain Valley, no date given

Folder 268

No Author: Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 268

Various individuals at WPA experimental farm community, Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia, July 1939

Folder 269

No Author: Not a Life Story #03709, Subseries: "1.3. Georgia." Folder 269

Mr. Antipodes, no date given, Mllst, Greece, Greek, operator Ice Cream plant, Atlanta, no date given

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Folder 270

Breaux, Hazel (interviewer): Settled Down #03709, Subseries: "1.4. Louisiana." Folder 270

Granville Brooks, [1879?], Charleston, Alabama, black, cook, New Orleans, no date given

Folder 271

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): My W.P.A. Man #03709, Subseries: "1.4. Louisiana." Folder 271

Marguerite Clark, no date given, New Orleans, black, cook, New Orleans, no date given

Folder 272

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): Chimney Sweeper's Holiday #03709, Subseries: "1.4. Louisiana." Folder 272

John Simms, no date given, New Orleans, black, chimney sweep, New Orleans, no date given

Folder 273

No Author: A Shrimp Fisherman #03709, Subseries: "1.4. Louisiana." Folder 273

no name given, no date given, New Orleans, shrimp fisherman, New Orleans, no date given

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Folder 274

Abbitt, Louise L., and Claude V. Dunnagan (interviewers): Reckin' I'll Be Washin' an Ironin' Till I Drop Daid #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 274

Matt Wall, [1869?), Middleton, black, washwoman, Walnut Cove, 4 April 1939

Folder 275

Abbitt and Dunnagan (interviewers): Life History of Mrs. Jim Shelton #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 275

Mrs. McCabe, no date given, Peters Creek near Danbury, Virginia, white, widow, Walnut Cove, 23 January 1939

Folder 276

Abbitt, Louise L. (interviewer): The Holiness Preacher #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 276

Robah Bowden, no date given, no place given, white, janitor, holiness preacher; Lola Bowden, no date given, no place given, white, housewife, Pine Hill, 3 January 1939

Folder 277

Abner, John H., and George L. Andrews (interviewers): Cotton in the Blood #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 277

Wade Hampton Taylor, 1883, Memphis, Tennessee, white, hotel manager and cotton man, Gastonia, 23 January 1939

Folder 278

Abner, John H. and Edwin Massengill (interviewers): The Photographer. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 278

Hubert W. Johnson, 1905, no place given, white, photographer, Gastonia, 5 March 1939

Folder 279

Abner, Massengill, and W. J. Sadler (interviewers): A Quiz Kit? A Casket? #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 279

Samuel Barnwell, 1875, Alamance County, white, casket finisher and interior decorator, Gastonia 27 February 1938

Folder 280

Abner, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): The Knitter #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 280

Ed Rutledge, 1912, Fort Worth Texas, white, knitter, Burlington, 18 December 1938

Folder 281

Abner, John H. (interviewer): Three Bibles #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 281

Joseph A. Michaels, 1868, Burke County, white, cotton mill worker, Burlington, 2 December 1938

Folder 282

Abner, John H. (interviewer): Up and Down #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 282

Walter Corbett, 1876, Alamance County, black, tobacco farmer, Burlington, 2 December 1938

Folder 283

Abner and Massengill (interviewers): Tom Levine, Tailor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 283

Sam Slatkin, 1892, Russia, Jewish, tailor, Gastonia, 10 February 1939

Folder 284

Abner and Massengill (interviewers): A Gambler's Philosophy #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 284

No name given, white, gambler, no place given, 5 May 1939

Folder 285

Anderson, George, and Massengill (interviewers): Through A Glass Darkly #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 285

Henry Brandon, no date given, no place given, white, vagrant, Yanceyville, no date given

Folder 286

Bailey, Loretto C. (interviewer): "We Have No Slums" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 286

Description of Greensboro slums, no date given

Folder 287

Beaman, James S., and Massengill (interviewers): A Life at Sea #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 287

Captain Otto Olsen, circa 1883, Norway, Norwegian, dredge boat operator, New Bern, 4 May 1939

Folder 288

Beaman and Massengill (interviewers): Turkey Raising #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 288

Pearl Arnold, circa 1875, Benter, white, poultry farmer, New Bern, 15 May 1939

Folder 289

Beaman and Massengill (interviewers): The Cabinet-Maker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 289

Otis Griffin, 1880, Leesport, white, cabinet-maker, New Bern, 17 May 1939

Folder 290

Beaman, James S. (interviewer): The Family Hickman, Colored #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 290

Needham Hickman, circa 1885, no place given, black, farmer, Croatan, no date given

Folder 291

Bennett, Cora (interviewer): Ups and Downs #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 291

Arthur Moore, no date given, no place given, black, pressing club operator, Charlotte, 14 July 1939

Folder 292

Bennett, Cora, and Mary R. Northrop (interviewers): "I've Seen These States" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 292

John Lowery, no date given, South Carolina, black, Pullman porter, Charlotte, 20 June 1939

Folder 293

Bennett and Northrop (interviewers): "A Race Man Th'ough and Th'ough" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 293

Ned Davis, 1897, Hartsville, S.C., black, beauty shop owner, Charlotte, 3 May 1939

Folder 294

Bennett and Northrop (interviewers): Bachelor Mothers #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 294

Odessa Polk, 1898, Charlotte, black, cook, Charlotte, 9 May 1939

Folder 295

Bennett, Cora (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 295

James Adams, no date given, no place given, black, "Odd-Job" Negro, Charlotte, 8 August 1939

Folder 296

Bennett, Cora (interviewer): "We Never Did Git Nowhere" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 296

John Benton, no date given, Union County, black, disabled laborer, Charlotte, 5 June 1939

Folder 297

Bennett and Northrop (interviewers): "We'll Git Along Somehow" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 297

Leathy Lightsey, no date given, no place given, black, WPA Project worker, Charlotte, 6 July 1939

Folder 298

Bennett and Dudley W. Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 298

J. R. Glenn, no date given, no place given, black, minister, Charlotte, 26 July 1939

Folder 299

Bjorkman, Edwin (interviewer): Hugh McCrae, Builder of Human Happiness, A Study in Agricultural Engineering #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 299

Hugh McCrae, circa 1874, Carrbonton, white, manager farm colonies, no place given, no date given

Folder 300

Brown, Emmett R., and E. Massengill (interviewers): The McClennys #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 300

June A. McClenny, no date given, no place given, white, automobile painter, Goldsboro, 27 December 1938

Folder 301

Brown, Mary Pearl (interviewer): Anybody Not in Debt Ain't Worth Nothing #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 301

Nora J. Oates, no date given, no place given, white, tourist house operator, Charlotte, 23 June 1939

Folder 302

Brown and Northrop (interviewers): "Praise the Lord!" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 302

Estell Stancill, no date given, [Anderson, S.C.?], white, WPA worker, Charlotte, 16 May 1939

Folder 303

Brown, Mary Pearl (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 303

George Burris, 1905, South Carolina, black, servant, Charlotte, August 1939

Folder 304

Brown, Mary Pearl (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 304

Ollie Farrington, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Charlotte, 27 July 1939

Folder 305

Brown, Mary Pearl (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 305

J. H. Reynolds, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Charlotte, 25 May 1939

Folder 306

Brown and Northrop (interviewers): "Labor Can't Fight Capital" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 306

Betty McCoy, 1902, Charlotte, white, textile worker, Charlotte, 25 May 1939

Folder 307

Brown and Northrop (interviewers): "I Used To Be a Bad Nigger" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 307

Mattie Johnson, no date given, no place given, black wash woman, Charlotte, 23 May 1939

Folder 308

Brown and Northrop (interviewers): Glad to Work #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 308

Mrs. M. C. Campbell, circa 1880, no place given, white, textile worker, Charlotte, 19 May 1939

Folder 309

Cannady, Beth (interviewer): John Fleming: A Southern Gentleman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 309

John Fleming, 1864, Wake County, white, businessman, Milton, 9 December 1938

Folder 310

Cannady, Beth, and E. Massengill (interviewers): Old Josh Dover #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 310

Ed Currin, circa 1857, Granville County, white, retired farmer, Oxford, 14 January 1939

Folder 311

Cannady, Massengill, and W. J. Sadler (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 311

Folder 312

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): Perennial Contestant #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 312

W. D. Long, circa 1889, North Carolina, white, accountant, Asheville, 10 March 1939

Folder 313

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): Ex-Soldier #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 313

J. D. Mashburn, 1893, North Carolina, owner of tire shop, Asheville, 16 February 1939

Folder 314

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): Hellas in America #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 314

A. G. Alexander, circa 1894, Turkey, Turkish, cafe owner, Asheville, 16 March 1939

Folder 315

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): Mushroom Grower #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 315

Caleb Carter, 1893, Montvale, white, mushroom grower, Asheville, 18 April 1939

Folder 316

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): Craftsman Born #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 316

Hal H. Nerbovig, 1876, Winona, MN, Norwegian, watchmaker, Asheville, 13 February 1939

Folder 317

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): The Clubhouse #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 317

Mary Miller, 1874, Asheville, black, bootlegger, Asheville, 9 February 1939

Folder 318

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): Neurotic #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 318

Lola Roberts, circa 1896, Georgia, white, widow, Asheville, 21 February 1939

Folder 319

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): The Inventor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 319

J. H. Marshall, 1905, no place given, white, inventor, Cashiers, no date given

Folder 320

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): A Good Time in the Army #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 320

John M. Thomason, circa 1889, North Carolina, white, lumberman, Hendersonville, 23 February 1939

Folder 321

Cobb, Pitts (interviewer): James Joseph Florian #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 321

William Oscar Torain, no date given, no place given, black, janitor, Greensboro, 21 December 1938

Folder 322

Cobb, Pitts (interviewer): Second Hand Merchant #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 322

Norman T. Banks, [1875?], [New Orleans?], white, proprietor second hand store, Greensboro, 12 March 1939

Folder 323

Combs, Stanley, and Massengill (interviewers): Education is the Thing #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 323

William Edward Bardin, no date given, white, mechanic, Wilson, 5 April 1939

Folder 324

Combs and Massengill (interviewers): Women Are Best #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 324

Georgia Crockett Aiken, 1872, no place given, white, housekeeper, ex-school teacher, Wilson, 25 April 1939

Folder 325

Combs and Massengill (interviewers): Liquor Will Ruin You #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 325

Zelda Williamson, no date given, no place given, white, plumber, Wilson, 1 June 1939

Folder 326

Combs and Massengill (interviewers): An Old Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 326

S. P. Boykin, circa 1863, Wilson, white, farmer, Wilson, no date given

Folder 327

Combs and Massengill (interviewers): A Blind Mattress Maker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 327

W. Mose Holleman, 1897, no place given, white, mattress maker, Wilson, 15 July 1939

Folder 328

Combs and Massengill (interviewers): One of Them Might Be President #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 328

W. H. Etheridge, no date given, no place given, white, tobacco stemery worker, Wilson, 20 May 1939

Folder 329

Combs and Massengill (interviewers): Some People Are Never Destined to Have Anything #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 329

F. Brewer, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Wilson, 28 June 1939

Folder 330

Combs and Massengill (interviewers): A Citizen of Misfortune #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 330

S. A. Lamm, 1892, no place given, white, merchant, Wilson, 1 July 1939

Folder 331

Corley, Harriet W. (interviewer): The Family of Isaac Bobbitt #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 331

Newton Owen, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, steel worker, Greensboro, January 1939

Folder 332

Corley, Harriet W. (interviewer): The Davis Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 332

Carl Davis, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, upper Moore County, 30 November 1938

Folder 333

Crawford, Dudley W. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 333

Rose Martin, [1892?], [Rutherford County?], white, textile worker, Spindale, 28 July 1939

Folder 334

Crowell, Henry L., Massengill, and W. J. Sadler (interviewers): Spinster By Choice #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 334

Clara Raynor, no date given, Guilford County, white, bank clerk, Roxboro, 10 January 1939

Folder 335

Darrow, Omar and Massengill (interviewers): It's a Family Affair #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 335

"Aunt Hassie" Fletcher, 1870, no place given, white, housewife, Durham, 16 May 1939

Folder 336

Darrow and Massengill (interviewers): I Live My Own Life #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 336

Fred Tatum, no date given, no place given, white, landlord, Durham, 12 January 1939

Folder 337

Darrow and Massengill (interviewers): Sim Parsons #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 337

Sim Parsons, no date given, Redwood Community, Durham County, [white?], lumber truck driver, Durham, no date given

Folder 338

Darrow and Massengill (interviewers): Trusting to God #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 338

John Lee White, 1879, no place given, black, pastor, Durham, no date given

Folder 339

Darrow and Massengill (interviewers): I Love My Home #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 339

Omar Darrow, 1893, no place given, white, Federal Writers' Project interviewer, Durham, 1 and 11 May 1939

Folder 340

Darrow and Massengill (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 340

Folder 341

Darrow and Massengill (interviewers): We'll Get Along Some Way #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 341

Marada Wiggins, no date given, no place given, white, unemployed knitter, Durham, 29 June 1939

Folder 342

Darrow and Massengill (interviewers): Free Advice #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 342

Beulah Parson Davis, no date given, no place given, white, fortuneteller, Durham, 5 June 1939

Folder 343

Deal, Ethel, and Dudley W. Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 343

Fannie Icord, [1889?], Caldwell County, black, washwoman, Newton, 14 July 1939

Folder 344

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 344

Charlise Pope, circa 1910, Hickory, white, textile mill worker, Hickory, 5 August 1939

Folder 345

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 345

John Lancaster, circa 1890, Rutherford County, white, tenant farmer, Newton, 22 August 1939

Folder 346

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 346

Mrs. Robert Deal, circa 1899, Catawba County, white housewife, Newton, no date given

Folder 347

Deal, Ethel, and Mary R. Northrop (interviewers): "Maybe Some Day I Can Read To Myself" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 347

Mrs. Walter Rowe, no date given, McDowell County, white, mill worker, Newton,19 June 1939

Folder 348

Deal, Ethel (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 348

Rosa Kanipe, 1887, Newton, white, housewife, Newton, 29 June 1939

Folder 349

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 349

Bertie Williams, no date given, no place given, white, farm girl, Newton, 9 August 1939

Folder 350

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 350

Violet Freeze, circa 1912, no place given, white, textile worker, Kannapolis, 7 August 1939

Folder 351

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 351

Herbert Crow, circa 1914, no place given, white, prison guard, [Burke County?], 25 August 1939

Folder 352

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): From Post to Pillar #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 352

Lulu Spencer, 1873, [Alexander County?], white, on relief, Newton, 16 June 1939

Folder 353

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 353

Mrs. M. A. Matheson, 1873, Henderson County, white, invalid, Newton, 26 July 1939

Folder 354

Deal and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 354

Wilma Cline, circa 1899, Gaffney County, white, textile worker, Henry River, 19 July 1939

Folder 355

Deal and Northrop (interviewers): "I'm a Good Nurse" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 355

Earl M. Lasker, 1899, no place given, white, nurse and weaver, Newton, 14 June 1939

Folder 356

Deal, Ethel (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 356

Della Benfield, circa 1882, no place given, white, on relief, Newton, 12 June 1939

Folder 357

Deal, Ethel (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 357

Jennie Chambers, no date given, no place given, white, housewife, Newton, 10 June 1939

Folder 358

Deal, Ethel (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 358

Merton Rhodes, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Startown, 10 July 1939

Folder 359

Dunnagan, Clalee, and Claude (interviewers): "Ole an' Broke" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 359

Mandy Long Roberson, [1855?], Yadkin County, black, ex-slave, housekeeper, landowner, County home inmate, Yadkinville, 6 April 1939

Folder 360

Dunnagan, Clalee, and Claude (interviewers): "Poor People Can't Get Nowhere" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 360

Early Dull, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Mrs. Early Dull, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Yadkinville, 27 February 1939

Folder 361

Dunnagan, Clalee, and Esther S. Pinnix (interviewers): The Old Mill #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 361

Laura Kimball, 1858, Yadkin County, black, ex-slave, housekeeper, Booneville, no date given

Folder 362

Dunnagan, Clalee, and Claude (interviewers): Horse and Buggy Doctor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 362

Dr. Solucious Lycurgus Russell, no date given, no place given, white, doctor, 11 February 1939

Folder 363

Dunnagan, Clalee, and Claude (interviewers): Free Lance Preacher [Luther Comer and Wife] #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 363

Luther Comer, no date given, no place given, white, self-styled preacher; Sally Comer, 1904, no place given, housewife, Yadkinville, no date given

Folder 364

Dunnagan, Clalee (interviewer): Hoke and Lu Coy #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 364

Lillian Holbrook, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer

Folder 365

Dunnagan, Claude (interviewer): Life Story of Mr. and Mrs. Exie Hardin, Tenant Farmers of Yadkin County #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 365

Exie Hardin, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Mrs. Exie Hardin, no date given, no place given, white, tobacco basket maker, Yadkinville, 10 November 1938

Folder 366

Dunnagan, Claude and Massengill (interviewers): A Lot of Punishin #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 366

Delia Underwood, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Yadkinville, 29 March 1939

Folder 367

Dunnagan, Claude (interviewer): The Story of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Childress, Farm Tenants in Yadkin County #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 367

Joe Childress, no date given, no place given, white, farm tenant; Mrs. Joe Childress, no date given, no place given, white, farm tenant, Yadkin County, 3 November 1938

Folder 368

Dunnagan, Claude (interviewer): Life Story of Lula and Allison Sizemore #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 368

Lula Sizemore, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Allison Sizemore, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Longtown, 8 November 1938

Folder 369

Dunnagan, Claude (interviewer): Totalitarian Jetsom #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 369

Mike Solokopis, 1885, no place given, Greek, restaurateur, no place given, 14 February 1939

Folder 370

Dunnagan, Claude (interviewer): The Wandering Magician #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 370

Frank Hageman, no date given, no place given, white, magician, New York, 28 February 1939

Folder 371

Dunnagan, Claude (interviewer): Mr. and Mrs. Truman Barger, Beachtown, N.C. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 371

Exie Hardin, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Mrs. Exie Hardin, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Yadkinville, 10 November 1938

Folder 372

Dunnagan, Claude (interviewer): When Spring Comes #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 372

No name given, no date given, no place given, [white?], prostitute, no place given, 13 June 1939

Folder 373

Fain, Harry (interviewer): Eliza Grant, Midwife #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 373

Eliza Grant, circa 1881, no place given, black, midwife, Raleigh, 20 March 1939

Folder 374

Fain, Harry (interviewer): Saturday's Pay Day #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 374

No names given, no date given, no place given, black, day laborers, Raleigh, 1 May 1939

Folder 375

Fain, Harry (interviewer): Hobart Boswell, Editor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 375

Robert Gray, no date given, no place given, white, editor, former lawyer, Raleigh, 20 February 1939

Folder 376

Fain, Harry (interviewer): Horse Trader #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 376

Kemp P. Hill, 1867, no place given, white, horse and mule trader, Raleigh, 20 March 1939

Folder 377

Fain, Harry (interviewer): Bonnie, the Hairdresser #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 377

Bonnie Baste, 1899, [Louisburg?], white, manager of a beauty parlor, Raleigh, 2 January 1939

Folder 378

Fain, Harry (interviewer): A Day with the Galloways #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 378

W. J. Galloway, ca, 1864, no place given, white, farm tenant; Mrs. W. J. Galloway, circa 1874, [Stanley County?], white, farm tenant, Raleigh, 12 November 1938

Folder 379

Forster, William O. (interviewer): Thomas Mason Forrest #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 379

Thomas Mason Forrest, 1884, [Chapel Hill?], white, farmer, Durham, no date given

Folder 380

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Ellis Stone #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 380

Ellis Stone, circa 1898, Four Oaks, white, tenant farmer, Durham, 29 October 1938

Folder 381

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Jim Long #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 381

Jim Long, circa 1876, no date given, no place given, tenant farmer, Chapel Hill, 6 December 1939

Folder 382

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Joe Beck #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 382

Joe Beck, no date given, Durham County, tenant farmer, Chapel Hill, 6 December 1938

Folder 383

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): John Elliott #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 383

John Elliott, 1876, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Orange County, 11 February 1939

Folder 384

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Sycamore Hill #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 384

Mrs. Brown, circa 1893, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Durham, no date given

Folder 385

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Willie Roberts, A Negro Laborer-Mechanic #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 385

Willie Roberts, no date given, no place given, black, farmer-mechanic, Durham, no date given

Folder 386

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Five Year Lease [Jack Milligan] #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 386

Jack Milligan, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Durham, no date given

Folder 387

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Amos Mitchell #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 387

Durham County, Durham, no date given

Folder 388

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): James Terrill, Man of All Work #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 388

James Terrill, circa 1884, Danville, Va., white, barber, Carrboro, no date given

Folder 389

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): John Shaw #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 389

John Shaw, circa 1879, no place given, black, tenant farmer, Durham, no date given

Folder 390

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Mrs. John Cates #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 390

Mrs. John Cates, circa 1885, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Durham, no date given

Folder 391

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Tom Hearst #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 391

Tom Hearst, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Durham, no date given

Folder 392

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): John Gauss #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 392

John Gauss, no date given, no place given, black, tenant farmer; Mrs. John Gauss, black, tenant farmer, Durham, no date given

Folder 393

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): David Stephens, Colored Tenant #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 393

Dave Stephens, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, New ton Grove, 22 October 1938

Folder 394

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Watkins Abernathy #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 394

Watkins Abernathy, 1873, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Newton Grove, 22 October 1938

Folder 395

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): John and Sarah Autrey #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 395

John Autrey, circa 1914, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Sarah Autrey, circa 1914, no place given, white tenant farmer, Clinton, 20 September 1938

Folder 396

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Sallie Johnson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 396

Sallie Johnson, no date given, no place given, black, tenant farmer, Clinton, 1 November 1938

Folder 397

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Dick Striker, Farm Laborer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 397

Dick Striker, circa 1876, Goldsboro, white, farm laborer, Clinton, 12 October 1938

Folder 398

Anonymous (interviewer): I Am A Country Editor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 398

W. O. Saunders, Country Editor, Elizabeth City, N.C.

Folder 399

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Mary Allen #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 399

Mary Allen, [1879?], no place given, white, farmer; John Allen, [1879?], no place given, white, farmer, Clinton, 16 September 1938

Folder 400

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Facing Ahead #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 400

Anthony Gibbs, 1875, Carrboro, white, mechanic, Carrboro, 29 August 1939

Folder 401

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Hubert Smith #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 401

Hubert Smith, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Mrs. Hubert Smith, circa 1889, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Chatham County, 24 September 1939

Folder 402

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): B. F. Cates #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 402

B. F. Cates, circa 1872, Swepsonville, white, farmer, textile worker, Carrboro, 14 November 1939

Folder 403

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Henry Howard #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 403

Henry Howard, circa 1885, no place given, white farmer, Elizabeth Howard, circa 1889, no place given, white, farmer, Chapel Hill, no date given

Folder 404

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Henry Wicker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 404

Henry Wicker, no date given, no place given, Sanford, white, tenant farmer, Chapel Hill, no date given

Folder 405

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Ed and Margaret O'Neal #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 405

Ed O'Neal, 1870, Chatham County, white, farmer; Margaret O'Neal, 1885, no place given, white, farmer, Chapel Hill, 4 October 1938

Folder 406

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Ed Jones, A Farmer Who Tries a Comeback #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 406

Ed Jones, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Chapel Hill, no date given

Folder 407

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Virgil Johnson, An Old School Colored Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 407

Virgil Johnson, 1871, no place given, black, tenant farmer, Chapel Hill, 22 November 1938

Folder 408

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Jim Jeffrey #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 408

Jim Jeffrey, no date given, Oconee County, Ga., white, tenant farmer, Durham, 10 June 1939

Folder 409

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Parish and Judith Lassiter #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 409

Parrish Lassiter, circa 1899, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Judith Lassiter, no date given, Clayton Township, white, tenant farmer, Four Oaks, 18 September 1938

Folder 410

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Cisco Mayse #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 410

Cisco Mayse, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Durham, April 1939

Folder 411

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Catherine and Will Jones #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 411

Catherine Jones, circa 1894, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Will Jones, circa 1894, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Chatham County, 14 September 1938

Folder 412

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Saunders Johnson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 412

Saunders Johnson, circa 1884, no place given, black, sawmill worker, Smithfield, 10 October 1938

Folder 413

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Ed and Mary Johnson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 413

Ed Jackson, circa 1893, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Chapel Hill, 27 September 1938

Folder 414

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): Mary Miller #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 414

Mary Miller, no place given, OH, white, tenant farmer, Durham, 4 October 1938

Folder 415

Forster, W. O. (interviewer): The Bill Barbees #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 415

Bill Barbee, no date given, North Carolina, white, tenant farmer, Durham, 10 November 1938

Folder 416

Harris, Bernice Kelly (interviewer): Jim Parker Hopes Ahead #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 416

Jim Parker, circa 1877, Virginia, black, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 7 June 1939

Folder 417

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Algie Jordans #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 417

Algie Jordan, circa 1880, Seaboard, white, on relief; May Jordan, circa 1880, Seaboard, white, on relief, Seaboard, 13 July 1939

Folder 418

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Cloud By Day #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 418

An adult education class, Seaboard, 9 November 1938

Folder 419

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Sharecropping's the Best #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 419

Roland Maddrey, circa 1889, no place given, white, farmer, Seaboard, no date given

Folder 420

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Rosa Irving #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 420

Rosa Irving, 1865, no place given, white, widow, Seaboard, 3 November 1938

Folder 421

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): One Jump Ahead Every Time #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 421

No name given, no date given, Seaboard, black, tenant farmer, Seaboard, no date given

Folder 422

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Circle Number III Meets #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 422

Meeting church circle, Seaboard, 12 June 1939

Folder 423

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): A Southern Gentleman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 423

No name given, no date given, [Seaboard?], white, landlord, Seaboard, 31 March 1939

Folder 424

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): A. K. Harris, Undertaker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 424

A. K. Harris, circa 1874, Seaboard, black, undertaker, Seaboard, no date given

Folder 425

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Molly Harding, Negro #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 425

Molly Harding, circa 1887, no place given, black, tenant farmer, Pleasant Hill, 6 January 1939

Folder 426

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Mariah and Berle Barnes, Ex-Slaves #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 426

Mariah Barnes, circa 1856, [Gaysburg?], black, ex-slave; Berle Barnes, no date given, no place given, black, ex-slave, Seaboard, 9 March 1939

Folder 427

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Minnie Moody, Negro Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 427

Minnie Moody, circa 1884, [the Neck?], black, farmer, Seaboard, 25 November 1938

Folder 428

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Will There Be Any Stars #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 428

Lucy James Railey Britt, 1844, Gates County, white, elderly woman, Seaboard, 28 March 1939

Folder 429

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): To This End #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 429

Miss Pat, circa 1859, no date given, no place given, white, elderly lady, Seaboard, 27 July 1939

Folder 430

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): No Stick Leg #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 430

Lettice Joyner, circa 1829, Bryant Plantation, the Neck, black, ex-slave, Seaboard, 3 May 1939

Folder 431

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Sisters in the Lord #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 431

Lucy Ivory, circa 1861, Woodland, black, ex-slave, Seaboard, 27 July 1939

Folder 432

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Joe Fielding #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 432

Joe Fielding, circa 1879, Concord, white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 21 October 1938

Folder 433

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Lewis Little: Sharecropper #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 433

Lewis Little, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 29 October 1938

Folder 434

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Richard Lloyd, Minister #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 434

Richard Lloyd, 1889, Newton, Wales, Welsh, minister, Jackson, 17 January 1939

Folder 435

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): John Wesley Parker, MD #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 435

John Wesley Parker, no date given, no place given, doctor, white, Seaboard, 28 January 1939

Folder 436

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): I Am Sick O'Farming #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 436

[?] Little, circa 1889, Seaboard, white, farmer, Seaboard, 21 June 1939

Folder 437

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Hart Thomas, Negro Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 437

Hart Thomas, 1859, no place given, black, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 30 November 1938

Folder 438

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Hattie Duggers, Negroes #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 438

Hattie Dugger, no date given, no place given, black, tenant farmer, Pleasant Hill, 28 December 1938

Folder 439

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): You Can't Take the Country Out of a Man #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 439

Charlie Hart, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, no date given

Folder 440

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Lees #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 440

Josie Taylor Lee, circa 1886, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Steve Lee, circa 1883, Severn, white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 10 December 1938

Folder 441

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Dona Balmer Male #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 441

Dona Balmer Male, circa 1896, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Pleasant Hill, 10 January 1939

Folder 442

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Molly Jordan: Mulatto Farm Woman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 442

Molly Jordan, 1867, Southampton County, Va., black, tenant farmer, Pleasant Hill, 1 November 1938

Folder 443

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Aaron and Mary Montgomery, Negroes #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 443

Aaron Montgomery, [1866?], Vaughan, black, tenant farmer; Mary Montgomery, circa 1881, black, tenant farmer, Pleasant Hill, no date given

Folder 444

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The 'Portugese,' Fannie Wiggins #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 444

Fannie Wiggins, circa 1880, no place given, 'Portugese,' tenant farmer; Charles Wiggins, circa 1879, no place given, 'Portugese,' tenant farmer, Northampton County, 22 March 1939

Folder 445

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "I've Kept Rentin'" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 445

Paula Parks, no date given, [Gunberry?], white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 17 July 1939

Folder 446

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Christine Poole Speaking #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 446

Christine Poole, no date given, no place given, white, teacher, Seaboard, 13 January 1939

Folder 447

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Drapers, White Sharecroppers #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 447

Bob Draper, circa 1878, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 2 August 1939

Folder 448

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): W. A. Suiter, Part-time Employee #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 448

S. A. Suiter, circa 1892, no place given, black, part-time employee, Seaboard, 31 July 1939

Folder 449

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Rosa Faison, Negro #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 449

Rosa Faison, [1860?], Margaretsville, black, farmer, Margaretsville, 10 December 1938

Folder 450

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Fanny Bowers Maddrey and Her Husband #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 450

Fanny Bowers Maddrey, 1892, Gumberry, black, tenant farmer, 8 August 1939

Folder 451

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "I'd Like to Have a Coca Cola" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 451

Pattie Debrow, circa 1878, [Merrytops on the Neck], black, elderly woman, Gumberry, 1 July 1939

Folder 452

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Never Weary on the Way #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 452

Sallie Jordan, no date given, [Seaboard?], black, chore woman, Seaboard, no date given

Folder 453

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "I've Had Good Landlords" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 453

Ernest Flythe, circa 1893, Conway, white, tenant farmer, 19 July 1939

Folder 454

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Clipping Goes to Mrs. Jordan #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 454

Mrs. Peter Jordan, circa 1867, no place given, white, elderly woman, Pleasant Hill, 17 November 1938

Folder 455

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "If It Wa'nt For the Sewing Room" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 455

Mrs. Hargraves, circa 1897, no place given, white, WPA worker, Seaboard, 5 July 1939

Folder 456

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Jennings and Merriam, Cotton Ginners #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 456

Jennings, circa 1866, Six Springs, white, cotton ginner; Merriam, no date given, no place given, white, cotton ginner, Seaboard, 27 February 1939

Folder 457

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Roger T. Stevenson, Justice of the Peace #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 457

Roger T. Stevenson, circa 1869, Midvale, white, justice of the peace, Seaboard, 10 February 1939

Folder 458

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Eric Norfleet, Judge of Recorder's Court #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 458

Eric Norfleet, no date given, Roxebel, white, lawyer, Seaboard, 11 February 1939

Folder 459

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Mrs. Jennie Wheeler, Widow #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 459

Jennie Wheeler, circa 1883, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Margaretsville, 2 December 1938

Folder 460

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): I'm Mighty Lucky #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 460

Eddie Davis, circa 1900, no place given, white, basket-maker, Seaboard, no date given

Folder 461

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Hard Luck Harry #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 461

Harry Allen, no date given, no place given, white, WPA worker, Seaboard, 5 April 1939

Folder 462

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Drapers 'Set' Till Bed Time #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 462

Ada Draper, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Ada Balmer, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 12 November 1938

Folder 463

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Amos Long, Ex-Slave #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 463

Amos Long, circa 1839, [Northampton?], black, ex-slave, Seaboard, 22 February 1939

Folder 464

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): I's Laughed Some #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 464

[Nellie Blythe?], [1847?], Gayersburg, black, ex-slave, Seaboard, 28 June 1939

Folder 465

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Grizzards #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 465

Mr. Grizzard, 1861, Greensville County, white, elderly man; Corrie Grizzard, no date given, Homersville, white, elderly lady, Seaboard, 11 July 1939

Folder 466

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Mack Faisons #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 466

Mack Faison, circa 1891, Pleasant Hill, white, tenant farmer, Pleasant Hill, 31 December 1938

Folder 467

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Preacher Goode, Negro #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 467

Preacher Henry Goode, circa 1865, no place given, black, preacher, Seaboard, 6 December 1938

Folder 468

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Willie McLongs #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 468

Willie McLong, circa 1861, no place given, white, truck farmer, Seaboard, 13 December 1938

Folder 469

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Tank Valentine Daughtry #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 469

Tank Valentine Daughtry, circa 1865, no place given, Mecklenburg County, Va., black, farmer, Seaboard, 22 December 1938

Folder 470

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): No Scrap Pile Yet #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 470

Alice Kee, 1867, Cedar Rock, black, farm laborer, Pleasant Hill, 6 May 1939

Folder 471

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Nelly Hargraves #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 471

Nelly Hargraves, no date given, Seaboard, black, Margaretsville, 14 August 1939

Folder 472

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Precinct Chairman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 472

Name not given, 1898, Martin County, white, railroad agent, Gumberry, no date given

Folder 473

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Just A Plain Two-Horse Farm #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 473

James Hillyer, 1873, [Pleasant Hill?], white, farmer, Pleasant Hill, 15 March 1939

Folder 474

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Landlord Has His Troubles #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 474

Name not given, no date given, no place given, white, landlord, Seaboard, 5 March 1939

Folder 475

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Ethel Vassar, Cook #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 475

Ethel Vassar, no date given, no place given, black, cook, Seaboard, 23 February 1939

Folder 476

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Boones #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 476

Mrs. Boone, no date given, [Charlotte?], white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 25 October 1938

Folder 477

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Rosa Warrick, Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 477

Rosa Warrick, no date given, Pleasant Hill, white, tenant farmer, Pleasant Hill, 21 March 1939

Folder 478

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Henry Calhoun Weathers, Landlord #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 478

Henry Calhoun Weathers, 1889, Wake County, white, landlord, Seaboard, 1 March 1939

Folder 479

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Ethel Whiteheads #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 479

Ethel Whitehead, [1893?], Seaboard, white, farmer, Seaboard, 17 December 1938

Folder 480

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "I Ain't Lost Heart" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 480

Richard Branch, 1875, Enfield, black, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 14 June 1939

Folder 481

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Misses Hodges #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 481

Aunt Sue Hodges, circa 1861, [Lesker?], farmer, elderly woman; Tommie Hodges, circa 1883, no place given, farmer, Pleasant Hill, 17 March 1939

Folder 482

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The John Basses #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 482

John Bass, circa 1873, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 20 October 1938

Folder 483

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The B. D. Bass Household #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 483

B. D. [Boss] Bass, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Seaboard, 18 October 1938

Folder 484

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Mrs. Wright-Jordan #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 484

Mrs. Wright-Jordan, circa 1882, no place given, white, on relief, Seaboard, 26 October 1938

Folder 485

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Jackson Bullitt, A Small Landlord #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 485

Jackson Bullitt, no date given, Juniper, Va., white, landlord, Seaboard, 11 March 1939

Folder 486

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Forty-Six Years A Merchant #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 486

No name given, circa 1867, Creeksville, white, merchant, Seaboard, 4 February 1939

Folder 487

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): A Sharecropper's Saturday Night #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 487

[?] Harris, circa 1870, Edgecombe, S.C., white, tenant farmer, Seaboard, 23 November 1938

Folder 488

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Red Steer's A Great Career #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 488

[?] Howell, 1913, Seaboard, white, fertilizer salesman, Seaboard, 1 May 1939

Folder 489

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): A Crossroads Store #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 489

Grover C. White, no date given, no place given, white, country store operator, Seaboard, 1 February 1939

Folder 490

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Sam Sets It Down #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 490

Sam T. Vassar, 1890, no place given, black, unemployed, Seaboard, no date given

Folder 491

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Plow Beans for Pills #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 491

Walter Raleigh Parker, no date given, Beoman County, white, doctor, Woodland, 24 January 1939

Folder 492

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Saturday Afternoon Street Scene #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 492

Street scene, Seaboard, 3 April 1939

Folder 493

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): The Miller and the Fourth #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 493

No name given, 1867, no date given, no place given, white, miller, Seaboard, 7 July 1939

Folder 494

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Rev. C. Herman Trueblood #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 494

C. Herman Trueblood, no date given, Elizabeth City, white, preacher, Seaboard, 16 February 1939

Folder 495

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Ruth Vick Everett Speaking #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 495

Ruth Vick Everett, no date given, no place given, white, teacher, Seaboard, 8 February 1939

Folder 496

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "I Can't Sing Like I Used To" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 496

Uncle John Pebbles, [1848?], Creeksville, black, ex-slave, Creeksbille, 26 May 1939

Folder 497

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "Not To Be Trampled On" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 497

[Miss Pat?], 1859, no place given, white, elderly woman, Pleasant Hill

Folder 498

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): Sharecropping's All Right #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 498

Mrs. Will Comer, circa 1884, Bertie, white, day laborer, tenant farmer; Will Comer, 1879, Bertie, white, day laborer, tenant farmer, Emporia, Va., 22 May 1939

Folder 499

Harrison, Willis S. (interviewer): Red Thomas Sawmill Worker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 499

William Thomas, circa 1897, Coropeake, white, sawmill worker, Windsor, 8 November 1938

Folder 500

Harrison, Willis S. (interviewer): Marsh Taylor, Landlord #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 500

J. Fearing, no date given, no place given, white, landlord, Windsor, 19 November 1938

Folder 501

Harrison, Willis S. (interviewer): Tom Pugh, Tenant Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 501

Tom Pugh, 1889, no place given, black, tenant farmer, Windsor, 11 November 1938

Folder 502

Harrison, Willis S. (interviewer): William Carter, Negro Merchant and Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 502

William Carter, 1863, no place given, black, merchant, farmer, Windsor, 9 November 1938

Folder 503

Harrison, Willis S. (interviewer): Arthur Roberson of Doodle Hill #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 503

W. A. Roberson, circa 1889, Bear Grass, white, country store operator, Williamston, 7 November 1938

Folder 504

Harriss, Frances L. (interviewer): Ann Page, Millworker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 504

Ann Williamson, circa 1867, no place given, white, mill worker, Williamson, 14 January 1939

Folder 505

Harriss, Frances L. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 505

Folder 506

Harriss, F. L., Sadler, and Massengill (interviewers): Fisherman's Widow #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 506

Mrs. Richard Farrow, circa 1893, [Masonboro Sound?], white, WPA worker, Masonboro Sound, 27 December 1938

Folder 507

Harriss, Frances L. (interviewer): Martha Turner, The Halfbreed #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 507

Martha Turner, circa 1843, Bladen County, Indian, cotton mill worker, Wilmington, 20 December 1938

Folder 508

Harriss, Frances L., Lucille Edwards, and Massengill (interviewers): A Family of Dry Dock #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 508

John Solomon Hales, circa1882, white, dredge boat operator, Wilmington, 23 January 1939

Folder 509

Harriss, Edwards, and Massengill (interviewers): "Granny" of Elvidor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 509

Warren Edwards, 1877, Wilmington, white, carpenter; Harriet Edwards, 1882, South Carolina, white, housewife, Wilmington, 16 February 1939

Folder 510

Hatch, Henry D., and George L. Andrews (interviewers): Red Cap #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 510

Doc Mormon, 1878, Philadelphia, black, station porter, Hamlet, 10 January 1939

Folder 511

Hatch and Massengill (interviewers): "Front, Johnnie!" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 511

William Hitt, circa 1911, [Georgia?], white, gas station operator, Hamlet, 27 January 1939

Folder 512

Hennessee, William E. (interviewer): The Magistrate #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 512

Clarence Fesperman, 1872, Hamerton, white, justice of the peace, Salisbury, no date given

Folder 513

Hennessee, Wm. E. (interviewer): The Doctor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 513

Camilius Lanier, [1850?], [Mecklenburg County, Va.?], white, doctor, Davie County, March 1939

Folder 514

Hennessee, Wm. E. (interviewer): Counselor at Law #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 514

Robert Lee Wright, no date given, no place given, white, lawyer, Salisbury, February 1939

Folder 515

Hennessee, Wm. E. (interviewer): A Day in Court #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 515

Judge T. G. Farr, no date given, no place given, white, judge, Salisbury, 5 April 1939

Folder 516

Hicks, Mary A., and Massengill (interviewers): Crazed by Fear #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 516

Ernest Foster, circa 1880, no place given, white, farmer, Selma, no date given

Folder 517

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The Turning Point #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 517

Mrs. Odell McNeil, no date given, no place given, white, bag maker, Salisbury, 2 May 1939

Folder 518

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): If I Had More Education #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 518

William Bagwell, no date given, no place given, white, mechanic, Apex, 9 May 1939

Folder 519

Hicks, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): The Hunter Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 519

Valentine Hunter, circa 1906, no place given, white, housewife; Delbert Hunter, circa 1896, Tampa, Fla., white, carpenter, Raleigh, 28 December 1938

Folder 520

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): War-Minded #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 520

Mabry Shaw, no date given, no place given, black, sawmill worker, Raleigh, 29 March 1939

Folder 521

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The Head of the Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 521

N. G. Blake, no date given, Raleigh, white, bus driver, Raleigh, 9 March 1939

Folder 522

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Just a Mormon at Heart #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 522

N. E. Ward, circa 1876, no place given, white, farmer and lawyer, Spring Hope, 23 March 1939

Folder 523

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): A Full Life's Best #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 523

Mary Whitley, no date given, no place given, white, seamstress, Rocky Mount, 24 July 1939

Folder 524

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Air Castles of Young Love #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 524

Barney J. Medlin, circa 1915, no place given, white, Civilian Conservation Corps, Durham, 14 February 1939

Folder 525

Hicks, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): The New Generation #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 525

Vernon Moore, circa 1919, no place given, white, farmer, Selma, 19 January 1939

Folder 526

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The Happy Farmhand #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 526

John Blunt, [1884?], no place given, black, farm hand, Raleigh, no date given

Folder 527

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): The Thompson Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 527

Mary Thompson, 1902, no place given, white, housewife, Raleigh, 13 December 1938

Folder 528

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): Carpentering Am a Job #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 528

Andrew King, no date given, Barton, white, carpenter, Cary, 3 February 1939

Folder 529

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The Artis Simpson Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 529

Lonnie Williams, 1902, Raleigh, white, printer, Cary, 5 February 1939

Folder 530

Hicks, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): A Waitress #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 530

Eva Truelove, circa 1912, Hartnell County, white, waitress, Raleigh, 1 January 1939

Folder 531

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Everything's Intended #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 531

Mrs. Highsmith, circa 1915, no place given, white, seamstress, Raleigh, 14 July 1939

Folder 532

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Self-Denial #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 532

Peter Bowers, circa 1888, white, farmer and teacher, Raleigh, 2 February 1939

Folder 533

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): A Rough Route #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 533

Leroy Hicks, circa 1872, Johnston County, white, farmer, Cary, 26 November 1938

Folder 534

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): The Charles Medlin Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 534

Mattie Medlin, no date given, no place given, white, occupation not indicated; Mary Medlin, no date given, no place given, white, occupation not indicated; Charles Medlin, no date given, no place given, white, engineer, Raleigh, 1 December 1938

Folder 535

Hicks and Browder (interviewers): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 535

Folder 536

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Righteous and Ready to Go #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 536

Ida Maynard, circa 1880, no place given, white, flower agent, Raleigh, 9 February 1939

Folder 537

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The Story of a Washwoman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 537

Valley Perry, 1901, no place given, black, laundress, Cary, 28 February 1939

Folder 538

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): My Mistakes #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 538

Ida Fleming, no date given, no place given, white, WPA clerical worker, Raleigh, 21 March 1939

Folder 539

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Bad Bargains Are Sometimes Good #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 539

Lily Brewer, no date given, no place given, white, teacher and seamstress, Justice, 20 March 1939

Folder 540

Hicks, Mary A., and Willis P. Harrison (interviewers): The Owens Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 540

William J. Owen, circa 1885, white, tenant farmer, Wilson, 25 November 1938

Folder 541

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The "It" Man #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 541

E. L. Thomas, no date given, no place given, white, bus driver, Raleigh, 16 March 1939

Folder 542

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): He Knows It Doesn't Pay #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 542

Charlie Mitchell, circa 1899, Lenoir, white, railroad fireman, Raleigh, 23 March 1939

Folder 543

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewers): The Medlin Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 543

Richard Medlin, circa 1862, Crabtree Creek, white, farmer, Raleigh, 15 November 1938

Folder 544

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewers): The Hicks Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 544

Leroy Hicks, circa 1872, Johnston County, white, farmer, Cary, 26 December 1938

Folder 545

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Facing a Tough Future #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 545

Ed Roland, no date given, no place given, white, mechanic, Raleigh, no date given

Folder 546

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): From Farmer to Merchant #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 546

William R. Hobby, no date given, no place given, white, merchant, Raleigh, 7 February 1939

Folder 547

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Bread Alone #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 547

Folder is empty, as of 19 April 2010.Wiley Rogers, no date given, no place given, black, steel worker, state highway commission employee, Method, 7 April 1939

Folder 548

Hicks, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): "Don't You Envy Me?" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 548

Dora Hardy, no date given, Wake County, white, clerk, Raleigh, 13 January 1939

Folder 549

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): The Hamilton Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 549

Zebulon Hawkins Hamilton, circa 1862, Wake County, blacksmith, state highway commission employee, Raleigh, 25 November 1939

Folder 550

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The Stake of Life #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 550

William Batts, no date given, no place given, black, tobacco packer, Wilson, 1 June 1939

Folder 551

Hicks, Mary A., Ed Massengill, and Frank McDonald (interviewers): The Thurman Hamiltons #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 551

Mrs. Thurman Hamilton, no date given, no place given, white, wife of a truck driver, Cary, 14 December 1938

Folder 552

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): The Stultz Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 552

Carey Stultz, circa 1893, Moore County, white, day laborer, Cary, 5 December 1938

Folder 553

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): The House Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 553

William House, no date given, no place given, white, driver city street sweeper, Raleigh, 22 December 1938

Folder 554

Hicks, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): The Cally Reaves Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 554

Lela Reaves, circa 1903, Wake County, white, wife of a driver for a transfer company, 2 January 1939

Folder 555

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): The Boss of the Rolling Squad #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 555

Henry Garner, no date given, no place given, white, WPA foreman, Cary, 18 May 1939

Folder 556

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): Easier Ways #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 556

Leonard Warwick, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Selma, 10 July 1939

Folder 557

Hicks and Massengill (interviewers): 'Backer Barning #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 557

Ransome Jackson, no date given, no place given, white, tobacco farmer, Smithfield, 19 July 1939

Folder 558

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): The Emmett Allen Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 558

Mrs. Allen, no date given, no place given, white, wife of a carpenter, Raleigh, 3 July 1939

Folder 559

Jordan, Travis (interviewer): Life in Erwin Village #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 559

Group of textile workers, Durham, 21 December 1938

Folder 560

Jordan, Travis (interviewer): Martha Hinton, A Good Woman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 560

Martha Hinton, circa 1859, Pearson County, white, rooming house keeper, Durham, 9 December 1938

Folder 561

Jordan, Travis (interviewer): Hazel Wicker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 561

Hazel Wicker, circa 1914, Angier, white, occupation not indicated, Durham, 9 November 1938

Folder 562

Jordan, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): John Lincoln #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 562

No name given, circa 1894, [South Carolina?], white, insurance salesman, Durham, 9 January 1939

Folder 563

Jordan and Massengill (interviewers): I'll Have Something Yet #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 563

Pearl Phillips, circa 1916, Eastern North Carolina, white, WPA worker, Durham, 20 July 1939

Folder 564

Jordan, Travis (interviewer): Bud Taylor, Tenant Farmer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 564

Bud Taylor, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Bahama, 14 December 1938

Folder 565

Jordan, Travis (interviewer): Bill Saunders, Landowner #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 565

Bill Saunders, no date given, no place given, white, landowner, Bahama, 21 December 1938

Folder 566

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Lee Anderson Stanley #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 566

Lee Anderson Stanley, Raleigh, N.C., 13-16 June 1939

Folder 567

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Sherwood Upchurch #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 567

J. Sherwood Upchurch, 1870, Raleigh, white, retired politician, Raleigh, 6-8 March 1939

Folder 568

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Frank Goldie Moore #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 568

Frank G. Moore, 1879, Rocky Mount, white, shoemaker, Raleigh, 7, 12, and 13 August 1939

Folder 569

King, Robert O. (interviewer): The Moore Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 569

John Moore, circa 1892, Franklin County, black, barber, Raleigh, 14 November 1938

Folder 570

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Miss Lettie Mason #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 570

Lettie Mason, 1885, Fuquay Springs, white, beautician, Raleigh, 1-4 February 1939

Folder 571

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Lawrence M. Waring #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 571

Lawrence M. Waring, 1878, Raleigh, white, justice of the peace, Raleigh, 10, 13, and 14 March 1939

Folder 572

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Mrs. Mattie Gill Olive Mial #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 572

Hattie G. Olive Mial, 1878, no place given, white, widow, Raleigh, 20-24 March 1939

Folder 573

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Moses Thompson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 573

Moses Thompson, 1880, Raleigh, black, jockey, Raleigh, no date given

Folder 574

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Roy Woods and Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 574

Roy Woods, no date given, Raleigh, black, farm laborer, Raleigh, 28 December 1938

Folder 575

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Clarence E. Mitchell #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 575

Clarence E. Mitchell, 1886, Raleigh, white, printer, 9-13 February 1939

Folder 576

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Guy L. Bunch #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 576

Guy L. Bunch, 1866, Raleigh, white, mechanic, Raleigh, 3-6 April 1939

Folder 577

King, Robert O. (interviewer): John Wesley Wynne #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 577

John Wynne, 1864, Raleigh, white, circus, Raleigh, 11-14 April 1939

Folder 578

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Mrs. Nancy Gill's Lodging House #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 578

Nancy Gill, circa 1854, Wake County, white, boarding house operator, Raleigh, 20-24 November 1938

Folder 579

King, Robert O. (interviewer): William Peterson and Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 579

Bill Peterson, no date given, no place given, black, bell-hop, Raleigh, 28 November 1938

Folder 580

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Mrs. Ruth Jordan Williamson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 580

Ruth Jordan Williamson, white, housewife, Raleigh, 29 April-3 May 1939

Folder 581

King, Robert O. (interviewer): Reverend James Wynetorte Smith #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 581

James Wynetorte Smith, 1893, Cherokee County, S.C., black, minister, Raleigh, 19, 22, 24 May 1939

Folder 582

King, Robert O. (interviewer): The Pace Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 582

Lucy Pace, circa 1892, Chatham County, white, textile worker, Raleigh, 8 November 1938

Folder 583

King, Robert O. (interviewer): "Aunt" Della McCullers' Boarding House #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 583

Della McCullers, Raleigh, 1874, black, boarding house operator, Raleigh, no date given

Folder 584

King, Robert O. (interviewer): The Cheeks #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 584

Margaret Bradburn Cheek, no date given, Madison County, white, waitress, Raleigh, 15 November 1938

Folder 585

King, Robert O. (interviewer): The Johnsons #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 585

William "Red" Johnson, circa 1917, Raleigh, white, elevator operator, Raleigh, 9 November 1938

Folder 586

Long, A. W. (interviewer): If I Couldn't Talk I'd Bust #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 586

Ophelia Mull, circa 1908, Connestee, white, houseworker, Brevard, 26 June 1939

Folder 587

Long, A. W. (interviewer): Judge Sidney Saylor #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 587

William F. Harding, white, Eastern North Carolina, white, judge, Charlotte, 22 July 1939

Folder 588

Long, A. W. (interviewer): Jack Gallup: Meat Clerk #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 588

Spencer Mull, [1906?], Brevard, white, meat clerk, Brevard, 14 May 1939

Folder 589

Long, A. W. (interviewer): Schoolmaster and Explorer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 589

Samuel P. Verner, no date given, no place given, white, schoolmaster, Brevard, 14 May 1939

Folder 590

Long, A. W. (interviewer): Life in a Small Mountain Town #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 590

Life in a small mountain town, Brevard, 12 April 1939

Folder 591

Long, A. W. (interviewer): Up Hominy Creek #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 591

Morrison Baynard, no date given, Brevard, white, farmer and huntsman, Brevard, 12 January 1939

Folder 592

Long, A. W. (interviewer): Janitor and Odd Job Man #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 592

Ossie Bailey, [1879?], Brevard, black, janitor and odd job man, Brevard, 15 February 1939

Folder 593

Mabry, Luline L. (interviewer): Mrs. Foster Ricks #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 593

Mrs. Earl Marshall, no date given, Dana, white, farmer, Dana, no date given

Folder 594

Mabry, Luline, and Frank Massimino (interviewers): Desolate Breed #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 594

Mrs. Walter Steadman, no date given, no place given, white, dressmaker, Hendersonville, 14 and 26 January 1939

Folder 595

Mabry, Luline, and Douglas Carter (interviewers): "Washin' Foh White Fo'ks" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 595

Josephine Johnson, 1870, Gifford Station, S.C., black, washwoman, Laura Summey, [1863?], South Carolina, black, washwoman, Hendersonville, 14 April 1939

Folder 596

Mabry, Luline L. (interviewer): The Satterfields #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 596

Mrs. Fred L. Satterfield, no date given, South Carolina, white, wife of a mill worker, Hendersonville, no date given

Folder 597

Mabry & Massimino (interviewers): Bees in Her Bonnet #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 597

Mrs. Raymond Pace, circa 1908, Heightsville, white, florist, Hendersonville, 20 December 1938, and 19 January 1939

Folder 598

Mabry & Carter (interviewers): "Every Penny Counts" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 598

Mrs. D. E. Greer, circa 1882, Hendersonville, white, domestic servant, Hendersonville, 10 April 1939

Folder 599

Mabry, Luline L. (interviewer): The Rosses #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 599

Mrs. Ross, no date given, South Carolina, white, seamstress, Hendersonville, no date given

Folder 600

Mabry & Massimino (interviewers): "Orphans Two" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 600

Robert H. Delvechio, no date given, no place given, white, stone mason, bricklayer, Hendersonville, 18 August 1939

Folder 601

Mabry & Massimino (interviewers): Her Ungodly Grandson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 601

Mrs. J. W. Thompson, white, housewife, Hendersonville, 4 August 1939

Folder 602

Mabry, Massimino, and Ed Bjorkman (interviewers): Laughing at Poverty #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 602

L. C. Pearson, circa 1899, no place given, white, preacher, Hendersonville, 1 February 1939

Folder 603

Mabry & Massimino (interviewers): A Negro in Business #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 603

Robert Quinn, no date given, Greenville, S.C., black, electrical contractor, Hendersonville, 5 April 1939

Folder 604

Mabry, Massimino, and Claude Dunnagan (interviewers): James T. Dunlap, Ex-Industrialist #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 604

J. T. Whitlock, circa 1883, Union, S.C., white, salesman, Hendersonville, 27 February 1939

Folder 605

Mabry & Massimino (interviewers): Stella Dean: Waitress #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 605

Mrs. Albert Gresham, no date given, KA, white, waitress, Hendersonville, 21 July 1939

Folder 606

Massengill, Edwin (interviewer): An Evening at Buster Sparks' #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 606

Archie Johnson, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Angier, no date given

Folder 607

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): The Deever Taylors, Balfour, North Carolina #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 607

Deever Taylor, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Hendersonville, 10 October 1938

Folder 608

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): Two Sides to a Story #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 608

Oscar Vaughan, no date given, no place given, white, bootlegger, Hendersonville, 9 December 1939

Folder 609

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): An Irascible Negro #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 609

Jim Mitchum, circa 1894, Outman S.C., black, chauffeur-mechanic, Hendersonville, 1 May 1939

Folder 610

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): John Leard: Ploughman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 610

Quay Corn, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Hendersonville, 19 June 1938

Folder 611

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): Claude J. Davidson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 611

Claude J. Davidson, 1908, no place given, white, chainstore employee, Hendersonville, 12 January 1939

Folder 612

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): Doctor Gray #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 612

Dr. James Stevens Brown, no date given, no place given, white, doctor, Hendersonville, 11 January 1939

Folder 613

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): The Elmer Rays #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 613

Elmer Ray, no date given, no place given, white, odd jobs, Hendersonville, 17 November 1938

Folder 614

Masssimino, Frank (interviewer): Uncle Ulysses: Relief Client #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 614

Winslow Mills, no date given, no place given, black, laborer, Hendersonville, 11 July 1939

Folder 615

Massimino, Frank (interviewer): Roy Corn, Blockader #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 615

Roy Corn, no date given, no place given, white, blockader, Hendersonville, 19 December 1938

Folder 616

Matthews, T. Pat, and Edwin Massengill (interviewers): From Farm Tenant to Plumber #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 616

Robert Matthews, no date given, no place given, white, plumber, Raleigh, no date given

Folder 617

Matthews and Massengill (interviewers): I Was Born That Way #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 617

Noah Abraham Peterson, 1883, no place given, white, peddler, Raleigh, 29 May 1939

Folder 618

Matthews, T. Pat (interviewer): We Make Plenty #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 618

Matthew Luke Matthews, 1881, no place given, black, farmer, Lillington, 27 November 1938

Folder 619

Matthews and Massengill (interviewers): Rooming House #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 619

Sarah Parish, 1873, Johnston County, white, rooming house proprietor, Raleigh, 20 January 1839

Folder 620

Matthews and Massengill (interviewers): Heading the Wrong Way #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 620

Flonnie Barbour, 1909, Bloomberg, white, sporting woman, Raleigh, 4 February 1939

Folder 621

Matthews and Massengill (interviewers): A Life of Toil #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 621

Fred Gouch, circa 1891, no place given, white, metal worker, Raleigh, 3 May 1939

Folder 622

Matthews and Massengill (interviewers): In A Tight Place #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 622

Sarah Strickland Faison, circa 1874, no place given, white, merchant and housewife, Clayton, 9 May 1939

Folder 623

Matthews and Massengill (interviewers): Bryan Outlaw #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 623

Zebedee Matthews, 1858, no place given, white, farmer, Varina, 25 November 1938

Folder 624

Matthews, T. Pat (interviewer): The Wood Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 624

Patricia Ozelle Wood, circa 1912, Clinton, white, housewife, Lillington, 25 November 1938

Folder 625

Matthews, T. Pat (interviewer): John Sylvester Hinson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 625

Walter Ingram Butts, 1881, no place given, white, farmer, Lillington, 29 November 1938

Folder 626

Matthews and Massengill (interviewers): Amos Abner Cotton #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 626

Robert Dotson Glenn, 1850, Orange County, black, farmer, Raleigh, 11 January 1939

Folder 627

McDonald, Frank H. (interviewer): Georgia Negro #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 627

Aaron Jackson, circa 1910, Washington Ga., black, janitor, Raleigh, 28 November-3 December 1938

Folder 628

McDonald, Frank H. (interviewer): Pinie and George #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 628

Pinie Stewart, circa 1909, Belmont, white, textile worker, Raleigh, 15 December 1938

Folder 629

McKee, Henry (interviewer): Afraid to Belong to a Union #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 629

Charles Humphrey, 1890, no place given, white, cotton mill worker, East Lumberton, 15 February 1939

Folder 630

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): The Ruffs #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 630

Mrs. Joe Ruff, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Joe Ruff, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, East Lumberton, 14 November 1938

Folder 631

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 631

Mary Green, no date given, no place given, white, occupation not given, Lynn Township, 28 July 1939

Folder 632

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Blue Di'monds #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 632

Jim McDowell, no date given, no place given, black, WPA laborer, Tryon, 6 April 1939

Folder 633

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 633

Folder 634

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Husbands Are a Lot of Trouble #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 634

Ollie Foster Green, circa 1910, Columbus, white, WPA worker, Columbus, 22 March 1939

Folder 635

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Alice Smith #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 635

Alice Smith, 1862, Mills Spring, white, basket weaver, Mills Spring, 11 November 1939

Folder 636

Merrick and Mary Northrop (interviewers): The Schmidts #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 636

Ernest Gotthelf Volmer, 1884, Wurzburg, Germany, German, vinyardist, Valhalla, 13 January 1939

Folder 637

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 637

Judge Samuel Early, 1876, Coleyville, white, magistrate, Tryon, 6 January 1939

Folder 638

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 638

Folder 639

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Waitin' For Night to Come #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 639

Mary Stanton Jones, no date given, Saluda, black, midwife and weaver, Saluda, 28 April 1939

Folder 640

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Women Have to Keep Strivin' #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 640

Addie Gaines, 1861, Tenn., white, dairy farmer, Saluda, 16 June 1939

Folder 641

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 641

Frank Nesbeth, no date given, Bollman Place, Pacolet River, black, bootblack, Tryon, 12 February 1938

Folder 642

Merrick and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 642

John Ralph Moore, circa 1913, no place given, white, woodcarver, Tryon, 10 June 1939

Folder 643

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Washin's Fool Work For a Man #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 643

John Ellis Mills, no date given, April Creek Holloway Gap Road, black, washer, Lynn, 1 June 1939

Folder 644

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Elizabeth Rhodes #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 644

Elizabeth Rhodes, no date given, Green River Cove, white, shopowner, Tryon, 25 November 1938

Folder 645

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 645

Folder 646

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Youth Cries Out #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 646

Norman Julian Mills, 1916, no place given, white, footer in hosiery mill, Tryon, 15 July 1939

Folder 647

Merrick and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 647

Noble Hannon, no date given, no place given, black, houseman, Tryon, no date given

Folder 648

Merrick and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 648

Melinda Grumble, 1870, no place given, white, caretaker of wildlife preserve, Saluda, 7 June 1939

Folder 649

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): James Walker Heatherly #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 649

James Walker Heatherly, circa 1869, white, telegraph operator, Saluda, 2 December 1938

Folder 650

Merrick and Northrop (interviewers): Flowers Sweeten the Road #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 650

Selema Mills, no date given, no place given, black, cook and maid, Tryon, 20 April 1939

Folder 651

Merrick, Adyleen G. (interviewer): Street-Sweeper and Tonic Maker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 651

Thomas Sizemore, 1861, Brevard, white, sanitary department employee, Tryon, 8 June 1939

Folder 652

Miller, Harold H. and Massengill (interviewers): They Are Still Coming #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 652

Mary Bloomberg, no date given, no place given, white, wife of an automobile mechanic, New Bern, 25 January 1939

Folder 653

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Almeda Brady #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 653

Almeda Brady, circa 1874, Randolph County, white, millworker, Balfour, 7 March 1939

Folder 654

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Description of Mill Village #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 654

Balfour Mill, Balfour, 3 November 1938

Folder 655

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Description of a Mill Village (Royal Cotton Mill) #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 655

Royal Cotton Mill, Wake Forest, 20 September 1938

Folder 656

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Sanders #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 656

Sally Dunne, circa 1873, no place given, white, ties tobacco sacks, West Durham, 12 July 1938

Folder 657

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Artificial Leg #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 657

Carrie Scott, no date given, Virginia, housewife, Spray, 20 December 1938

Folder 658

Moore, Ida L. The Haithcocks (The Hathaways) #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 658

The Haithcocks, white, textile workers, Durham, 7 July 1938

Folder 659

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): John Pierce #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 659

John Pierce, circa 1883, Warren County, white, millworker, Wake Forest, 22 December 1938

Folder 660

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Good Name for Feedin' #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 660

Mrs. Godwin, circa 1874, white, boarding house operator, Spray, 23 September 1938

Folder 661

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): A Boy at the Conley Boarding House #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 661

No name given, [1918?], Marshall, white, wife of a mill worker, Landgrove, 14 November 1938

Folder 662

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): One Afternoon in November #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 662

Rachel Lester, no date given, no place given, white, widow millworker family, Spray, 9 November 1938

Folder 663

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): A Day on Factory Hill #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 663

No name given, no date given, no place given, white, wife of a mill worker, Landgrove, 10 August 1938

Folder 664

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): One Family in the Stream of Time #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 664

Will Westbrooks, 1860, no place given, white, mill worker, Greensboro, 15 December 1938

Folder 665

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Wilsons #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 665

Mamie Wilson, no date given, Canton, wife of a mill worker, Marion, no date given

Folder 666

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Clarence Byrd #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 666

Clarence Byrd, [1909?], no place given, white, mill worker, Marion, no date given

Folder 667

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): When A Man Believes #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 667

James Evans, no date given, no place given, white, mill worker, Rudd, 29 July 1939

Folder 668

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Hester #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 668

[Hester?] circa 1879, no place given, white, Spray, 15 November 1939

Folder 669

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Clara Layton #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 669

Clara Layton, no date given, Liberty, white, wife of a mill worker, Greensboro, no date given

Folder 670

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): John Vinson #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 670

John Vinson, no date given, Guilford County, white, mill worker, Greensboro, 8 October 1938

Folder 671

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 671

Rena Austin, no date given, no place given, white, mill worker, Asheville, 12 July 1939

Folder 672

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): There's Always A Judas #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 672

David Cooke, [1897?], no place given, white, preacher, Asheville, 28 January 1939

Folder 673

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Interview with Captain Smythe, President #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 673

Captain John Smythe, 1847, no place given, white, mill owner, Balfour, no date given

Folder 674

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): A Day at Mary Rumbley's House #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 674

Mary Rumbley, [1875?], no place given, white, textile worker, Burlington, 31 October 1938

Folder 675

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Description of Mill Village #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 675

Description of a mill village, West Durham Cotton Mill, West Durham, 17 September 1938

Folder 676

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Description of Mill Village #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 676

Description of a mill village, Asheville Cotton Mill, Asheville, 22 August 1938

Folder 677

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Description of Mill Village-Spencer #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 677

Description of a mill village, Spencer Mill Village, Spindale, 30 September 1938

Folder 678

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): East Durham Mill Village #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 678

Description of a Mill Village, East Durham Mill Village, East Durham, 12 September 1938

Folder 679

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Old Man Dobbin and His Crowd #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 679

Frank Martin, circa 1870, no place given, white, textile worker, Greensboro, no date given

Folder 680

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): "Pay Day" by Virginia Stevens #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 680

A radio play script of the above interview

Folder 681

North, Albert (interviewer): The Dunlap Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 681

Vesta Huffman, circa 1896, white, on relief, Greensboro, 28 December 1938

Folder 682

Northrop, Mary (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 682

Alfred Stamey, circa 1908, no place given, Tenn., white, on relief; Clara Stamey, circa 1913, Ducktown, Tenn., Charlotte, 11 January 1939

Folder 683

Northrop, Mary (interviewer): Hillbilly Broadcast #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 683

Bill Carlisle, no date given, Briar Ridge, Ky., white, radio hillbilly, Charlotte, 8 February 1939

Folder 684

Overton, Frank L. and W. O. Saunders (interviewers): "Hold, Hell! I've Got to Have the Money Now." #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 684

Horatio Seymour, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Camdan, no date given [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 685

Palmer, John (interviewer): An Estate By Entirety #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 685

Sam Hite, circa 1851, Virginia, black, farmer; Mary Hite, circa 1853, Virginia, black, farmer, Warren Plains, 26 February 1939

Folder 686

Palmer, Katherine (interviewer): Lily Wade #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 686

Lily Wade, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Pomona, 30 December 1939

Folder 687

Palmer, Katherine (interviewer): The Country Store #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 687

Frederick Moore, no date given, no place given, white, storekeeper, Harper's Crossroads, 14 February 1939

Folder 688

Palmer, Katherine (interviewer): Life of a School Teacher #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 688

Mrs. Robert Dorset, no date given, no place given, white, schoolteacher, Siler City, March 1939

Folder 689

Palmer, Katherine (interviewer): The Markham Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 689

Delke Markham, no date given, no place given, white, farmer; Lydia Markham, circa 1903, white, farmer, Mount Vernon Springs, 8 December 1938

Folder 690

Pearson, James Larkin and Claude V. Dunnagan (interviewers): Music is Lost in the Mails #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 690

J.E. Foster, no date given, no place given, white, mail carrier, Ferguson, 27 January 1939

Folder 691

Pearson, James Larkin and Dunnagan (interviewers): What is Left of a Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 691

Jane McNeill, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Boomer, 5 January 1939

Folder 692

Pearson, James Larkin (interviewer): The Story of David Franklin and Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 692

Rufus McNeill, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, WPA worker; Lindy McNeill, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Boomer, 14 January 1939

Folder 693

Phillips, Mary M., and Massengill (interviewers): Loss of Faith #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 693

Roy Harris, no date given, no place given, white, rural carrier, New Bern, 10 June 1939

Folder 694

Phillips, Mary M., Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): A Day With Sophia Braxton #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 694

Florence Matthews, [1889?], farmer housewife, Vanceboro, 10 January 1939

Folder 695

Phillips, Mary M., Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 695

Folder 696

Phillips, Mary M., and Massengill (interviewers): It's Fun to Fish #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 696

Susan Cobb, [1860?], no place given, white, housewife, Vanceboro, 20 May 1939

Folder 697

Phillips, Mary M., and Massengill (interviewers): Contracting the Mails #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 697

Thurmond Bennett, no date given, no place given, white, mail carrier, New Bern, 8 February 1939

Folder 698

Pinnix, Esther Searle (interviewer): Aunt Lucy Minnisit #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 698

Sarah Garner, no date given, no place given, black, infant and maternity, nurse, Gibsonville, 27 February 1939

Folder 699

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): Clyde Thompson, Millworker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 699

[Custer Daniels?] no date given, no place given, white, millworker, Durham, 10 May 1939

Folder 700

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): John L. Walters, Tattoo Artist #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 700

John L. Walters, no date given, Danville, Va., white, tattooer, Durham, 25 February 1939

Folder 701

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): Frank Wallace, Counterman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 701

Frank Wallace, no date given, Durham, white, counterman, Durham, 18 November 1939

Folder 702

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): John Messick, Peanut Man #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 702

John Messick, circa 1879, Pittsburgh, white, peanut vendor, Durham, 28 February 1939

Folder 703

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): Alton Poe, Dairyman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 703

Alton Poe, circa 1896, Carteret, white, dairyman, Beaufort, 21 November 1938

Folder 704

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): John Rogers, Produce Trucker #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 704

John Rogers, circa 1905, Orange County, white, produce trucker, Durham, 19 September 1938

Folder 705

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): Tobacco Market-Durham #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 705

Tobacco market, Durham, 10 October 1938

Folder 706

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): Phillip Cohen, Peddler #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 706

Phillip Cohen, circa 1871, Philadelphia, Pa., Jewish, peddler, 1 December 1938

Folder 707

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): Bill Jordan, Speculator #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 707

Bill Jordan, no date given, no place given, white, speculator, Durham, 1 December 1938

Folder 708

Rapport, Leonard (interviewer): Jim Eubanks; Horse and Cow Trader #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 708

Jim Eubanks, circa 1878, white, horse and cow trader, Durham, 3 February 1938

Folder 709

Riddick, Ruth L. and Saunders (interviewers): Nellie Carter #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 709

Susie Decker, circa 1912, no place given, white, textile worker, Durham, 20 November 1938

Folder 710

Riddick, Ruth L. (interviewer): Life Story of a Negro Washwoman #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 710

Betty Staton, circa 1890, Wilmington, black, washwoman, no date given

Folder 711

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): "A Waitress Confesses" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 711

Wilsie Beale, circa 1910, Raleigh, black, waitress, Raleigh, 5 May 1939

Folder 712

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): If 'Tis God's Will #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 712

Lula Garner, [1886?], no place given, black, charwoman, Raleigh, 23 May 1939

Folder 713

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): Up through Handicaps #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 713

Edith Rance Harris, no date given, no place given, black, student, Raleigh, 8 May 1939

Folder 714

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): Trouble and More Trouble #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 714

Mildred Thompson, no date given, no place given, black, WPA, Raleigh, 7 July 1939

Folder 715

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): Work, Luck, and Play #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 715

Gretchen Branch, circa 1913, [Fayetteville?], black, teacher, Fayetteville, 30 May 1939

Folder 716

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): At Least We Have a Roof #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 716

Frank Freeman, circa 1858, [Wake County?], black, pensioner, Raleigh, 22 June 1939

Folder 717

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): Young Dr. Edward Roundtree #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 717

Dr. Ross, 1910, New York, white, doctor, Raleigh, 14 July 1939

Folder 718

Robinson, Nancy T. (interviewer): Till Death Do Us Part #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 718

Everlina Jane Cotton, no date given, Cary, black, housewife, Cary, 9 June 1939

Folder 719

Rogerson, Anna Belle W. and Massengill (interviewers): A Late Education #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 719

Reverend E. C. Shoe, 1895, China Grove, N.C., white, minister, Robersonville, 18 January 1939 [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 720

Sadler, William J. (interviewer): Mrs. Will Casteen #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 720

J. W. Sadler, 1870, Raleigh, white, housewife, Raleigh, 25-30 November, 1939

Folder 721

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 721

Isaac O'Neal, circa 1864, no place given, white, retired merchant, Ocracoke, no date given [Two variant forms may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 722

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): "When a Good Coffin Cost Only $4.50" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 722

G. Riley Swindall, circa 1859, Gum Neck, white, carpenter, Elizabeth City, 25 November 1938 [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 723

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): A Taskmaster in the Vineyard of the Lord. #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 723

Reverend Carey Miles Cartwright, 1864, no place given, black, minister, Elizabeth City, no date given [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 724

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): "Women Can Take More Punishment Than Men" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 724

Dr. H.S. Willey, [1883?], no place given, white, dentist, Elizabeth City, 21 January 1939

Folder 725

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): A Fisherman and His Luck #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 725

J.C. Curles, circa 1896, no place given, white, fisherman, Duck, no date given

Folder 726

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Women Don't Know Their Men's Pockets #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 726

G. M. Cooper, no date given, no place given, white, dry cleaner and presser, Elizabeth City, 3 February 1939

Folder 727

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Hopes It Will Be Twins #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 727

No name given, no date given, no place given, [white?], housewife, no place given, no date given

Folder 728

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Business is a Pleasure #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 728

George A Twiddy, no date given, no place given, white, merchant, Elizabeth City, 12 January 1939 [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 729

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Just Stays Home an' Minds His Own Business #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 729

John H. Bunch, circa 1875, Perquimans County, black, saw mill hand, Elizabeth City, 6 April 1939 [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 730

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): "...And Set Me Up a Hell-Buster" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 730

Ino W. Twiford, no date given, East Lake, white, ex-moonshiner, East Lake, 14 June 1939 [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 731

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): "We'll Never See Peace In Our Time" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 731

Miles Jennings, no date given, no place given, white, blacksmith and waste materials dealer, Elizabeth City, 27 January 1939

Folder 732

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Seven Hundred Dollars A Year #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 732

Dr. Arthur Graham Harris, no date given, no place given, white, doctor, Fairfield, no date given [Variant form? may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 733

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Why So Many Greek Restaurants? #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 733

Constantin Geraris, no date given, Dervenion, Greece, Greek, restauranteur, white, Elizabeth City, no date given

Folder 734

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): "Where Toime is Koind" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 734

Morris Beasley, [1870?], no place given, white, Collingtin Island, 9 December 1938 [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 735

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Story of Joe Singleton, Barber #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 735

Joe Singleton, circa 1891, Sumter, S.C., black, barber, Elizabeth City, 30 May 1939 [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 736

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): H. Perry Davis, Justice of the Peace #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 736

H. Perry Davis, circa 1888, Pocomo City, white, justice of the peace, Elizabeth City, 24 July 1939

Folder 737

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): S. Brill #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 737

S. Brill, circa 1878, Russia, white, merchant, Elizabeth City, no date given

Folder 738

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): The Driscolls #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 738

William M. Overtsons, no date given, no place given, mill worker, white, Elizabeth City, 3 November 1938

Folder 739

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): He Never Wanted Land Till Now #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 739

A. D. Pool, circa 1868, no place given, white tenant farmer, Elizabeth City, 10 November 1938

Folder 740

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): "I Didn't Raise My Children to Want Meat" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 740

Georgia Rice, circa 1888, Bertie County, black, widow, Elizabeth City, no date given [Variant form may be found in Thaddeus S. Ferree papers (#4258)]

Folder 741

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 741

Tom Burnett, no date given, no place given, black, scavenger, Elizabeth City, 15 June 1939

Folder 742

Sedberry, W. B., Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): Aunt Roxie Dann #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 742

Roxie Dann, 1856, Scotland Neck, black, maid, Raleigh, 14 December 1938

Folder 743

Sedberry, W. B., Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): The Town Peddler #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 743

Jessie Powell, no date given, no place given, white, businessman, Raleigh, 18 January 1939

Folder 744

Sedberry, W. B., and Massengill (interviewers): Rolling Pills #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 744

Marvin Edward Dizer, no date given, no place given, white, pharmacist, Raleigh, 15 March 1939

Folder 745

Sedberry, W. B., Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): Mack, the Con Man #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 745

J. Harry Hopkins, 1897, Parkton, Va., white, clerical worker, Raleigh, January 13, 1939

Folder 746

Sedberry, W. B., Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): John Wheedbee Cox #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 746

John Wheedbee Cox, 1870, Hertford, white, shoe salesman, Raleigh, 12 December 1938

Folder 747

Sedberry, W. (interviewers): A.T. and Rachel #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 747

A.T. Stewart, no date given, no place given, white, truck driver; Mrs. A.T. Stewart, 1911, Henderson, white, housewife, Raleigh, 11 December 1938

Folder 748

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Time for Milkin' #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 748

Mrs. Harry Grover, circa 1862, Woodward, white, dairy farmer, Georgetown, 16 March 1939

Folder 749

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 749

Folder 750

Stevens, Anne Winn (interviewer): "All of Our Folks Was Farmers" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 750

Lester Garren, 1884, no place given, white, tenant farmer; Mrs. Garren, circa 1894, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Fletcher, 27 March 1939

Folder 751

Stevens, Anne Winn (interviewer): Share Them Weekdays; Save Them Sundays #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 751

Enoch Ball, no place given, no date given, white, mill worker, barber, preacher, West Asheville, 1 August 1939

Folder 752

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Gone to Seed #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 752

Billy Gilbert, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Leicster, 13 March 1939

Folder 753

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Tenant Trouble #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 753

W.J. Thompson, no date given, no place given, white, landlord, Asheville, no date given

Folder 754

Stevens, Anne Winn (interviewer): The Meadows #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 754

Edna Meadows, no date given, no place given, white, domestic help, West Asheville, 12 January 1939

Folder 755

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Prayers That Worked #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 755

Mrs. T. C. Ingle, circa 1894, no place given, white, housewife, Weaverville, 28 February 1939

Folder 756

Stevens, Anne Winn (interviewer): The Ledfords #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 756

Charles Mitchell, 1861, Mitchell County, white, unemployed, Asheville, 6 December 1939

Folder 757

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Mountain Farming At Its Best #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 757

David M. Smelson, circa 1887, Leicester, white, dairy farmer, Leicester, 27 February 1939

Folder 758

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 758

Folder 759

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Begging Reduced to a System #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 759

Carl T. Garrison White, no date given, no place given, white, WPA worker, West Asheville, no date given

Folder 760

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Public School Teachers #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 760

Junius Allison, no date given, Wheatville, white, schoolteacher, West Asheville, 14 February 1939

Folder 761

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Bjorkman (interviewers): Mrs. Georgia Lunsford #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 761

Mrs. Georgia Lunsford, circa 1894, Lakes James, white, laundress, West Asheville, 29 December 1938

Folder 762

Stevens, Anne Winn (interviewer): The Farlows #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 762

Mrs. Albert Farlow, 1872, no place given, white, housewife, Asheville, 16 December 1938

Folder 763

Stevens, Anne Winn, and Carter (interviewers): Mountain Sharecroppers #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 763

Jack Mack, no date given, no place given, white, day laborer, tenant farmer, Emma, 16 February 1939

Folder 764

Stevens, Anne Winn (interviewer): The Lawrences #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 764

Mrs. J.C. Lawrence, circa 1873, Turkey Neck, white, housewife, Asheville, 16 January 1939

Folder 765

Summey, H. O. and Massengill (interviewers): The Jamison Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 765

H.O. Summey, no date given, no place given, white, WPA worker, Hillsboro, 5 January 1939

Folder 766

Taylor, Christine, and Massengill (interviewers): A Country Physician #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 766

Dr. W. W. Whittington, 1860, no place given, white, doctor, Snow Hill, 20 January 1939

Folder 767

Taylor, Christine, Massengill, and Sadler (interviewers): Kinfolks Onten't to Get Married #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 767

Courtney Murphey, no date given, Snow Hill, white, farm laborer, Snow Hill, 12 January 1939

Folder 768

Taylor, Christine, and McDonald (interviewers): Callie Hines #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 768

Callie Hines, no date given, [Wilson?], white, widow, Snow Hill, 20 December 1938

Folder 769

Taylor, Christine, and Massengill (interviewers): The Baxters #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 769

Sybil Mumford, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Snow Hill, no date given

Folder 770

Vaughan, William L., Massengill, and [N.B.?] (interviewers): The Bachelor Preacher #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 770

Reverend J.R. Everett, 1892, Edgecombe County, N.C., white, minister, Washington, 31 January 1939

Folder 771

Vaughan, Massengill, and [N.B.?] (interviewers): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 771

Folder 772

Vaughan, William L., and Andrews (interviewers): Hard Beset #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 772

William L. Vaughan, no date given, no place given, white, WPA worker, Washington, 20 February 1939

Folder 773

Vaughan, William L., and Massengill (interviewers): An Unreconstructed Rebel #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 773

Hallet Sydney Ward, no date given, no place given, white, lawyer, Washington, 8 June 1939

Folder 774

Vaughan, William L., and Andrews(interviewers): Joseph Mandell #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 774

John A. Mayo, 1893, Washington, white, lawyer, Washington, 25 January 1939

Folder 775

Vaughan, William L. (interviewer): From Poverty to Plenty #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 775

E.W. Faucette, [1884?], no place given, white, farmer, Chocowinity, 12 May 1939

Folder 776

Williams, Robert V. (interviewer): The Mathis Family #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 776

Miles Mathis, 1921, Lincoln County, white, millworker, Dessie Mathis, no date given, Great Smoky Mountains, white, mill worker, Charlotte, 1 November 1938

Folder 777

Williams, Robert V. (interviewer): The Belks #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 777

John Belk, no date given, [Union County?], white, mill worker; Grandpa Payne, circa 1875, no place given, white, mill worker, Charlotte, 8 December 1938

Folder 778

Williams, Robert V., and Northrop (interviewers): Shouting For Heaven #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 778

Church of God ministers, all names and places fictitious, no date given

Folder 779

Wilson, Mary P. (interviewer): Married to a Sorry Man #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 779

Catherine Jones, no date given, no place given, white, housewife, Huntersville, 6 June 1939

Folder missing as of November 2011.

Folder 780

Wilson, Mary P. (interviewer): Stage Struck #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 780

Elizabeth Callicutt, no date given, no place given, white, mill worker, Huntersville, 22 June 1939

Folder 781

Wilson, Mary P. (interviewer): "I Don't Aim to Complain None at All." #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 781

I. J. Fulham, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Huntersville, 28 June 1939

Folder 782

Wilson, Mary P. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 782

Henry Durham, no date given, no place given, black, laborer, Huntersville, 12 July 1939

Folder 783

Wilson, Mary P. (interviewer): Seller of Pills #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 783

S. I. Mullen, [1865?], no place given, white, merchant, Huntersville, 12 July 1939

Folder 784

Wilson, Mary P. (interviewer): The Old Blacksmith #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 784

George Cornelius Chandler, 1866, no place given, black, blacksmith, Huntersville, 14 June 1939

Folder 785

Wilson, Mary P., and Northrop (interviewers): "Always Used to Drinkin' Liquor" #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 785

J.F. Jones, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Huntersville, 5 June 1939

Folder 786

Wilson, Mary P., and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 786

Mattie J. Wilson, circa 1870, white, no place given, widow, Huntersville, 5 June 1939

Folder 787

Wilson, Mary P. (interviewer): Mrs. J.C. Helms #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 787

Mrs. J.C. Helms, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Huntersville, 20 July 1939

Folder 788

Wilson, Mary P., and Crawford (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 788

Mrs. Charles Forter, no date given, no place given, white, housewife, Charlotte, no date given

Folder 789

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Calvary Lutheran Church #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 789

Description of Calvary Lutheran Church, Concord, 2 October 1938

Folder 790

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Songs #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 790

Church songs, Concord, 2 October 1938

Folder 791

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Forest Hills Methodist Church #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 791

Description of Forest Hills Methodist Church, 25 September 1938

Folder 792

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Alice Caudle #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 792

Alice Caudle, circa 1891, no place given, white, textile worker, Concord, 2 September 1938

Folder 793

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Jones I. Freeze #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 793

Jones I. Freeze, circa 1879, no place given, white, textile worker, Concord, 26 September 1939

Folder 794

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): The Fletchers #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 794

The Fletcher Family, no place given, no date given, white, textile workers, Concord, 3 September 1939

Folder 795

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 795

Description of Concord Tabernacle camp meeting, Concord, 3 September 1939

Folder 796

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Janie Solomon #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 796

Janie Solomon, 1903, Rock Hill, S.C., white, textile worker, Concord, 7 September 1938

Folder 797

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Miss Emma Willis (Called Aunt Emma) #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 797

Emma Willis, circa 1857, Gold Hill, retired textile worker, Concord, 21 September 1938

Folder 798

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Elvira Barbee #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 798

Elvira Barbee, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Concord, 14 September 1938

Folder 799

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Roberta Mill #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 799

Florence Starnes, no date given, Stanley County, white, textile worker; Cora Yates, no date given, Concord, white, textile worker, Concord, 10 & 12 October 1938

Folder 800

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): The First Church of God #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 800

Description of First Church of God, Concord, 18 September 1939

Folder 801

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): The Tabernacle (Formerly Four Square Gospel Temple) #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 801

Description of the Tabernacle, Concord, 18 September 1938

Folder 802

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Belle and Lottie Walter #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 802

Belle Walter, 1896, Cabarrus County, white textile worker; Lottie Walter, 1892, Cabarrus County, white, textile worker, 12 September 1938

Folder 803

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Terra Ceia #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 803

Interviews with Various individuals, Terra Ceia, no date given

Folder 804

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Castle Hayne #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 804

Description of Castle Hayne, Castle Hayne, no date given

Folder 805

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Life at Castle Hayne #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 805

Interviews with various individuals, Castle Hayne, no date given

Folder 806

Wolff, Muriel L. (interviewer): Penderlea #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 806

Interviews with various individuals, Penderlea, no date given

Folder 807

No author: Dr. Charles Alexander Dunston #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 807

Black dentist, no date given

Folder 808

No author: The Baileys #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 808

Mr. Bailey, 1878, no place given, white, textile worker, Greensboro, no date given

Folder 809

No author: Lil Pepper #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 809

Lil Pepper, 1884, no place given, white, textile worker, Greensboro, 14 March 1939

Folder 810

No author: Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 810

Clara Cates, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Greensboro, no date given

Folder 811

No author: Dr. Rufus Samuel Vass #03709, Subseries: "1.5. North Carolina." Folder 811

Dr. Rufus Samuel Vass, 1887, Raleigh, black, doctor, Raleigh, 7-12 July 1939

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Folder 812

DeWitt, Ned (interviewer): The Machinist #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 812

No name given, 1895, McManus, TX, white, oil machinist, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 813

DeWitt, Ned (interviewer): The Driller #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 813

Folder 814

Garrison, Daniel M. (interviewer): Casinghead Gasoline Plant #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 814

Interviews with various workers, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 815

Garrison, Daniel M. (interviewer): Casinghead Gasoline Plant (cont.) #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 815

Interviews with various workers, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 816

Garrison, Daniel M. (interviewer): Rigbuilders Marry Women #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 816

Joe Haskins, [1897?], Pennsylvania, white, rigbuilder, Oklahoma, 16 May 1939

Folder 817

Thompson, Jim. (interviewer): The Drilling Contractor #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 817

No name given, no date given, no place given, white, drilling contractor, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 818

No author: The Oil-Field Cook #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 818

Sadie Duggett, no date given, no place given, white, oil field cook, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 819

No author: The Rig-builder #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 819

No name given, [1895?], no place given, white, rigbuilder, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 820

No author: The Rig-builder #2 #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 820

No name given, 1901, no place given, white, rigbuilder, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 821

No author: The Roughneck #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 821

No name given, [1915?], no place given, white, roughneck, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 822

No author: Four Ball in the Side Pocket #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 822

Jackson Roger Murell, no date given, no place given, white, pool hustler, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 823

No author: Spudder Man #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 823

No name given, no date given, no place given, white, wild catter, Oklahoma, 9 June 1939

Folder 824

[Hope, Welborn?] (interviewer): Supply Salesman #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 824

Sam Barkley, [1888?], no place given, white, oil supply salesman, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 825

No author: The Pumper #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 825

No name given, no date given, no place given, white, pumper, Oklahoma, no date given

Folder 826

No author: The Pipeliner #03709, Subseries: "1.6. Oklahoma." Folder 826

Billy Bates, 1913, Webster County, Mo., white, pipeliner, Oklahoma, no date given

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Folder 827

Atwell, Donald F. "There's Money in Hawgs" #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 827

Daniel Wilkes, circa 1891, no place given, white, dirt farmer, Dillon, 15 January 1939

Folder 828

Atwell, Donald F. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 828

Folder 829

Atwell, Donald F. (interviewer): I Am a Negro #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 829

Walter Coachman, 1898, no place given, black, pastor, Bennettsville, 15 March 1939

Folder 830

Atwell, Donald F. (interviewer): In Abraham's Bosom #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 830

Emaline Oliver, circa 1889, Charleston, black, field worker, Dillon, 7 February 1939

Folder 831

Cogburn, L.E. (interviewer): Conyers Elliott Frasier #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 831

Conyers Elliott Frasier, circa 1891, Clarendon County, black, teacher, preacher, farmer, Columbia, 6 December 1938

Folder 832

Cogburn, L.E. (interviewer): "I Like To Farm" #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 832

Another version of the above interview

Folder 833

Cogburn, L.E. (interviewer): No Pension Wanted #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 833

Randolph Smith, circa 1868, no place given, black, farmer, Columbia, 16 December 1938

Folder 834

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): The Skippers #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 834

Willie Marlowe, 1884, Marion, white, tenant farmer; Sally Marlowe, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Marion County, 19 January 1939

Folder 835

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): Gary Davis #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 835

Gary Davis, circa 1873, Tabernacle, black, farmer, day laborer, Marion County, 14 December 1938

Folder 836

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): Hester Barnes #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 836

Mrs. D. Stone, no date given, no place given, white, widow, Marion County, 5 January 1939

Folder 837

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): Mr. John Black's Experiences on the Farm #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 837

Wilbur White, 1892, Centenary, white, farmer, 27 December 1938

Folder 838

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): Tenant to Taxpayer #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 838

Another version of the above interview

Folder 839

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): Mamie Collins #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 839

Mamie Collins, 1881, no place given, white, housewife, Marion, 8 December 1938

Folder 840

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): There's No Place Like Home #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 840

Another version of the above interview

Folder 841

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): She's Just Done Well #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 841

Agnes Harrell, no date given, Number 6 Township, Georgetown County, white, housewife, Marion County, 24 February 1939

Folder 842

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): Anna Gales #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 842

Anna Gales, no date given, Columbia, white, widow, Marion, 29 November 1938

Folder 843

Davis, Anne Ruth (interviewer): I've Seen Better Days #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 843

Carrie Godbold, 1861, Wahee section, Marion County, white, maid and nurse, Marion, 7 March 1939

Folder 844

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Samuel T. Clowney #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 844

Samuel T. Clowney, 1862, Buckhead, white, retired farmer, politician, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 845

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Kate O'Bear #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 845

Kate O' Bear, 1852, no place given, white, widow, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 846

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Eloise Davis Ruff #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 846

Eloise Davis Ruff, 1860, Longleaf Plantation, white, widow, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 847

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Catherine T. Smith #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 847

Catherine T. Smith, circa 1859, Winnsboro, white, widow, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 848

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Rebecca V. Woodward #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 848

Rebecca V. Woodward, 1853, no place given, white, widow, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 849

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Jane Lemmon #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 849

Jane Lemmon, 1856, Winnsboro, white, spinster, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 850

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Mrs. Gabriele C. Harris #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 850

Gabriele C. Harris, 1848, Batesburg, white, widow, Columbia, no date given

Folder 851

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): John L. Ratteree #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 851

John L. Ratteree, 1857, Rock Hill, white, carpenter, Columbia, no date given

Folder 852

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Henry Elliott Ketchin #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 852

Henry Elliott Ketchin, 1860, Malvern Hill, white, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 853

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Dr. John Creighton Buchanan #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 853

Dr. John Creighton Buchanan, 1862, Winnsboro, white, doctor, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 854

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Samuel F. Castles #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 854

Samuel F. Castles, 1860, Winnsboro, white, farmer, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 855

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): John Means Harden #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 855

John Marden, 1861, Winnsboro, white, former livery stable operator, Winnsboro, no date given

Folder 856

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Mary Rawls #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 856

Mary Rawls, 1847, Columbia, white, resident of a home for the elderly, Columbia, no date given

Folder 857

Dove, John L. (interviewer): A Pile of Sawdust #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 857

Lee Peake, 1880, Kershaw County, white, tenant farmer, Pontiac, no date given

Folder 858

Farmer, John P. (interviewer): The Experience of a Farm Owner #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 858

Ernest Boney, 1890, Blythewood, white, farmer, Blythewood, no date given

Folder 859

Henderson, Ruth P. (interviewer): Spartanburg's Chinatown #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 859

Joe Shing, circa 1893, Polp, China, Chinese, laundry proprietor, Spartanburg, 24 December 1938

Folder 860

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): You Can Do What You Want To #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 860

Mrs. Callie Croft, no date given, no place given, white, preacher, Columbia, 12 December 1938

Folder 861

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): Lazarus, Mary, and Martha #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 861

Reverend Andrew Hartley, no date given, no place given, white, preacher, Columbia, 12 December 1938

Folder 862

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): Ain't It So, Corrie? #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 862

John William Prosser, no date given, Florence County, white, textile worker, Columbia, 6 February 1939

Folder 863

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): The Moore Family #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 863

Fannie Miles, circa 1880, Wadesboro, white, textile worker, Columbia, 1 December 1938

Folder 864

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): The Crofton Family #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 864

Another version of the above interview, "You Can Do What You Want To"

Folder 865

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): The Thornton Family #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 865

Susannah Thornton, circa 1887, no place given, white, textile worker, Columbia, 10 November 1938

Folder 866

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): The Kellys on William Street #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 866

Reverend Charles M. Kelly, circa 1908, no place given, white, preacher, Columbia, 4 January 1939

Folder 867

Kennedy, E. Fronde (interviewer): John Kelly Edwards #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 867

John Kelly Edwards, 1868, Union County, black, retired, Spartanburg, 6 February 1939

Folder 868

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Silas Harmon #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 868

Silas Harmon, circa 1854, Dutch Fork, black, handyman, Columbia, no date given

Folder 869

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Daisy White #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 869

Corrie Wingard, circa 1907, Dutch Fork, black, domestic servant, Columbia, 12 December 1938

Folder 870

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 870

Gertrude Hall, circa 1894, no place given, black, domestic servant, Columbia, 1 December 1938

Folder 871

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Joe and Sallie Jones #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 871

Estelle Williams, no date given, no place given, black, cook; Joe Williams, no date given, no place given, CWA garden worker, Columbia, 5 January 1939

Folder 872

Long, A. W. (interviewer): Sarah Norman, Spinster #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 872

Alice Washburn, [1864?], New England, white, retired office secretary, Aiken, 10 July 1939

Folder 873

Mann, Muriel (interviewer): The Coffee Grounds Woman #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 873

Mrs. Charles Fickling, circa 1896, no place given, white, fortune teller, Charleston, 21 December 1938

Folder 874

Martin, Chlotilde R. (interviewer): Midwivery Not What It Used To Be #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 874

Lavinia McKee, [1875?], no place given, black, midwife, Beaufort, 27 January 1939

Folder 875

Martin, Chlotilde R. (interviewer): The County Health Nurse #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 875

Mattie Ingram, no date given, South Georgia, white, county health nurse, Beaufort, 31 January 1939

Folder 876

Martin, Chlotilde R. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 876

Folder 877

Martin, Chlotilde R. (interviewer): The Levines in the Melting Pot #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 877

Elizabeth Rabinowitz, 1879, Vilna, Poland, Jewish, merchant, Beaufort, 20 January 1939

Folder 878

Martin, Chlotilde R. (interviewer): The Johnsons Build a House #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 878

Mrs. Johnson, circa 1885, Colleton County, white, housewife, Beaufort, no date given

Folder 879

Matthewes, David A. (interviewer): Miss Lucy #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 879

Lucy Rice, 1884, Cashier's Valley, white, housewife, Clifton, 14 December 1938

Folder 880

Matthewes, David A. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 880

Folder 881

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Irene #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 881

Irene Tucker, no date given, no place given, white, unwed mother, Greenville, no date given

Folder 882

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Elvira Hawkins #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 882

Elvira Hawkins, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Greenville, 12 April 1939

Folder 883

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): All My Life I've Loved A Song #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 883

Beatrice Reeves, no date given, no place given, textile worker, Greenville, 12 April 1939

Folder 884

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Lula Burnett #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 884

Lula Burnett, no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Anderson, 17 March 1939

Folder 885

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Sallie Jane Stephenson #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 885

Sallie Jane Stephenson, circa 1890, Anderson, white, textile worker, Greenville, 25 March 1939

Folder 886

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): May Is A Lonesome Time #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 886

Ella [?], no date given, no place given, white, textile worker, Greenville, 25 March 1939

Folder 887

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Fighting McConnells #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 887

Family portrait, textile workers, Greenville, 1 June 1939

Folder 888

Murray, Chalmers (interviewer): Memoirs of Eberson Murray #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 888

Eberson Murray, circa 1858, Edingsville, no date given

Folder 889

Murray, Chalmers (interviewer): Mistress of Magnolia Hall #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 889

Julia La Roche, circa 1856, Edisto, white, manager cotton plantation, 5 January 1939

Folder 890

Murray, Chalmers (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 890

Folder 891

Murray, Chalmers (interviewer): Etiwan Island and Its People #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 891

Description of Etiwan Island and its people, Etiwan Island, 12 December 1938

Folder 892

Murray, Chalmers (interviewer): Got to Go Crik #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 892

Edward Simmons, no date given, no place given, black, fisherman, Edisto Island, 8 February 1939

Folder 893

Murray, Chalmers (interviewer): Fish, Hominy and Cotton; or July Geddes, Negro of Etiwan #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 893

George Brown, no date given, Etiwan Island, black, farmer and day laborer, Edisto Island, 13 January 1939

Folder 894

M., G.A. (interviewer): Mae Willis #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 894

Mae Willis, 1893, [Burnsville?], white, textile worker, Campobello

Folder 895

Scruggs, Jules M. (interviewer): Life of a Fireman #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 895

Thomas C. Zobel, 1881, Columbia, white, fisherman, Columbia, 6 February 1939

Folder 896

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 896

Granny Padgett, 1864, Timmonsville, white, textile worker, Columbia, 2 December 1938

Folder 897

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Mattie Hammond Harrell #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 897

Mattie Hammond Harrell, no date given, [Eastover?], black, tenant farmer, Blythewood, 12 November 1938

Folder 898

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Not Showing Skeletons #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 898

Abel Starnes, circa 1895, [Lexington County?], white, textile worker, Columbia, 9 January 1939

Folder 899

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Living on His Knees #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 899

Michael Haigler, no date given, [Columbia?], black, peanut vendor, 3 March 1939

Folder 900

Sims, Caldwell, and Kennedy (interviewer): A Peddler's Progress #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 900

Nathan Schapiro, no date given, Russia, white, merchant, Union, 6 March 1939

Folder 901

Sims, Caldwell (interviewer): Fred Alexander #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 901

Fred Alexander, no date given, no place given, Black Rock, white, mechanic, Whitmire, 8 December 1938

Folder 902

Turnage, Elmer (interviewer): The Summer Family #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 902

Susie Simmons, 1873, Hawkins County, Tenn., white, housewife, Spartanburg, 6 January 1939

Folder 903

Turnage, Elmer (interviewer): Why the Simmons Family Went from the Coal Fields to the Cotton Mill #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 903

Another version of the above interview

Folder 904

Turnage, Elmer (interviewer): Mr. Kerensky Becomes a Barber #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 904

John R. Queen, 1873, Burke County, white, barber, Spartanburg, 20 January 1939

Folder 905

Turnage, Elmer (interviewer): How Mr. Queen Became "King" of the Barber Business #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 905

Another version of the above interview

Folder 906

Wilkinson, Margaret (interviewer): Companionship on Etiwan Island #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 906

Ben Williams, no date given, no place given, white, lumber man and paramour, Edisto Island, 15 December 1938

Folder 907

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): Mother Heart #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 907

Anne Griffin Cattle, no date given, Windsor Place, white, housewife, Charleston County, 21 March 1939

Folder 908

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): "We Follow the Sea" #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 908

Thelma Wingate, no date given, no place given, white, steno-clerk, Charleston, 1 March 1939

Folder 909

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): Mary Watkins and Her Family #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 909

Alph Kinard, no date given, no place given, white, department store clerk, Charleston, 13 January 1939

Folder 910

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 910

Folder 911

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): The Story of Ellen #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 911

Janie Smith, circa 1898, Charleston, white librarian in children's reading room, 30 December 1938

Folder 912

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): How Mrs. Redmond Came to be in the Apartment House Business #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 912

Mrs. S. C. School, no date given, Fla., white, apartment house keeper, Charleston, 8 December 1938

Folder 913

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): Growing Up with the Automobile #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 913

Marion Jennings, circa 1889, Hamburg County, white, mechanic, Charleston, 10 February 1939

Folder 914

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): Mrs. Brown's Diamond Ring #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 914

Jose Jones, no date given, St. John's County, Fla., white, dressmaker, Charleston, 8 December 1938

Folder 915

Workman, Rose D. (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 915

Folder 916

Williams, Robert V. (interviewer): John B. Culbertson #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 916

John B. Culbertson, 1890, Campobello, white, farmer, Campobello, 27 January 1939

Folder 917

Williams, Robert V. (interviewer): Roger B. Chalmers #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 917

Another version of the above interview

Folder 918

Williams, Robert V. (interviewer): Will Boozer, Reformed Boozer #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 918

Will Boozer, 1882, White Stone, black, storage (ice) man, Spartanburg, 29 December 1938

Folder 919

Williams, Robert V., and J. J. Murray (interviewers): The Greeks Have A Word #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 919

George Mehales, 1892, Athens, Greece, Greek, part owner of a restaurant, Spartanburg, December 1938

Folder 920

Williams, Robert V., and J. J. Murray (interviewers): George Mehales #03709, Subseries: "1.7. South Carolina." Folder 920

Another version of the above interview

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Folder 929

Aswell, James (interviewer): Talking is My Life #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 929

Aunt Tobe Easterly, 1873, Big Ivey, white, elderly gossip, Big Ivey, no date given

Folder 930

Aswell, James (interviewer): I'd Rather Die #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 930

John Campbell, no date given, no place given, white, overall factory worker, Nashville, no date given

Folder 931

Aswell, James (interviewer): Little Eight John #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 931

Little Eight John, no date given, no place given, black, child, Tenn., no date given

Folder 932

Agee, L. (interviewer): Every Morning about Five-Thirty #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 932

A.C. Jones, circa 1876, Smith County, white, motorman, Nashville, 6 January 1939

Folder 933

Clark, Ruth, and Aswell (interviewers): Too Old to Work, or Ol' Mistress #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 933

No name given, [1859?], Dukedom, Ky., black, ex-slave, Paris, no date given

Folder 934

Clark, Ruth (interviewer): Pay or No Pay #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 934

Dr. Henrietta Veltman, no date given, Lincoln, Nebr., white, doctor, Paris, 28 January 1939

Folder 935

Clark, Ruth, and Aswell (interviewers): Finits Evitts, "So We Played Along" #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 935

Finits Evitts, [1876?], Calvert City, Ky., white, tenant farmer, Puryear, 10 November 1938

Folder 936

Clark, Ruth, and Jenette Edwards (interviewers): Solid Time #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 936

Fleta Cole, no date given, no place given, white, industrial worker, Puryear, 7 November 1938

Folder 937

Clark, Ruth (interviewer): We Started Out the Poor Way #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 937

Idella Woods, 1883, North Folk, white, tenant farmer, Whitlock, 20 December 1938

Folder 938

Clark, Ruth, and Aswell (interviewers): Like a Shadow That Declineth #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 938

William Olive, Union, 1845, white, preacher, Cottage Grove, 3 March 1939

Folder 939

Clark, Ruth (interviewer): Nippity Tuck #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 939

Santifee Paschal, no date given, no place given, white, housewife, Puryear, 11 November 1938

Folder 940

Clark, Ruth, Aswell, and Edwards (interviewers): Sorry Living #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 940

Ella Paschall, no date given, no place given, white, wife of a job painter, carpenter, and mason, Puryear, 17 November 1938

Folder 941

Clark, Ruth, and Aswell (interviewers): Our Times and Seasons #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 941

Aunt Tobe Easterly, 1873, Big Ivey, white, elderly gossip, Big Ivey, no date given

Folder 942

Clark, Ruth (interviewer): Moving Again #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 942

Leanna Lee, no date given, no place given, white, tenant farmer, Paris, 27 October 1938

Folder 943

Clark, Ruth, Lena Lipscomb, and Aswell (interviewers): Once I Was a Pretty Girl #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 943

Carrie Black, no date given, no place given, white, washwoman, Cottage Grove, 17 October 1938

Folder 944

C. E. (Full name not given) (interviewer): And Then I'd Travel #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 944

James Hubert Woodside, [1877?], DeKalb County, white, janitor, no place given, January 1939

Folder 945

Edwards, Jeannette (interviewer): Tombstone Maker #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 945

A. J. Gourley, 1871, no place given, white, tombstone maker, Duersberg, 10 November 1938

Folder 946

Foster, Ruth, and Edwards (interviewers): It's A Christian Factory #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 946

Jesse Grant, circa 1921, no place given, white, factory worker, Knoxville, no date given

Folder 947

H[umphries], R[ay] R. (interviewer): I Can Read and I Can Write #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 947

James Pearson, circa 1885, no place given, black, railroad worker, Knoxville, 5 October 1938

Folder 948

Love, Lillian, Aswell, and Lipscomb (interviewers): Nothin' Too Hard Fo' the Lord #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 948

Henry Clay Abernathy, 1861, Bordeaux, black, carpenter, Nashville, 10 December 1938

Folder 949

Love, Lillian, Aswell, and Lipscomb (interviewers): So Shall It Come to Pass #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 949

Henry Slaughter, 1873, Brentwood, black, stone mason, Nashville, 19 December 1938

Folder 950

Love, Lillian (interviewer): Didn't Keep a Penny (Work for One and Catch Another) #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 950

Samuel Dean, 1880, Flat Creek, black, casual laborer, Nashville, no date given, 2 November 1938

Folder 951

Love, Lillian (interviewer): Another version of the above interview. #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 951

Folder 952

Miller, E. E. (interviewer): Saturday on Commerce Street #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 952

E. E. Miller, circa 1913, no place given, white, neon technician, Nashville, 26 January 1939

Folder 953

W.M. (interviewer): Mamie Berryman #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 953

Mamie Berryman, no date given, no place given, white, canning factory worker, Dyersburg, 5 January 1939

Folder 954

Newman, Dean, Edwards, and Aswell (interviewer): From the Mountains Faring #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 954

Calvin Lola, [1889?], Knoxville, white, repairman, Knoxville, no date given

Folder 955

Newman, Dean (interviewer): Lived Too Long #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 955

Pa Carnes, [1875?], Marion County, white, mountain farmer, Pigeon Forge, no date given

Folder 956

Newman, Dean (interviewer): For Those Who Love #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 956

No name given, no date given, no place given, white, boarding house operator, Knoxville, 28 October 1938

Folder 957

Newman, Dean, Aswell, and Lipscomb (interviewer): Saved and Sanctified #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 957

Leander Huskey, no date given, no place given, white, farmer, Pigeon Forge, no date given

Folder 958

Newman, Dean, and Aswell (interviewers): Strictly Mutual Benefit #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 958

G.R. Weaver, circa 1879, no place given, white, farmer, Pigeon Forge, no date given

Folder 959

Newman, Dean, Aswell, and Edwards (interviewers): Easier Ways #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 959

Ned Daniels, no date given, no place given, black, odd job man, black, Knoxville, 17 October 1938

Folder 960

Toler, Nellie Gray, Lipscomb, and Aswell (interviewers): We've Done the Best We Could #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 960

No name, 1903, no place given, race not indicated, face powder factory worker, Paris, no date given

Folder 961

Toler, Nellie Gray (interviewer): You've Got to Live with Post Holes #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 961

James Hillary Greer, no date given, no place given, white, former school teacher, Paris, 10 November 1938

Folder 962

Toler, Nellie Gray, and Aswell (interviewers): My Joy in Life #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 962

Pete Fox, circa 1905, Henry County, white, chain grocery manager, Paris, no date given

Folder 963

Toler, Nellie Gray, and Aswell (interviewers): No Grunt Coming #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 963

Imogene Coleman, no date given, no place given, white, waitress, Paris, 6 January 1939

Folder 964

Toler, Nellie Gray, and Aswell (interviewers): Dub #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 964

William David Wrather, [1889?], Wade, white, casual laborer, Paris, 19 October 1938

Folder 965

Toler, Nellie Gray, Aswell, and Edwards (interviewers): A Man Like Me #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 965

Dr. John Atkins, circa 1869, [Puryear?], white, veterinarian, Puryear, no date given

Folder 966

Toler, Nellie Gray, Aswell, and Edwards (interviewers): A Mighty Comedown #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 966

Uncle Charlie Lewis, 1855, no place given, white, elderly man, Paris, 12 January 1939

Folder 967

Toler, Nellie Gray (interviewer): Weary Willie #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 967

Robert E. Maynard, circa 1919, no place given, white, CCC, Paris, 7 October 1938

Folder 968

Toler, Nellie Gray (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 968

Family of Robert E. Maynard, Paris, 30 May 1939

Folder 969

Toler, Nellie Gray (interviewer): Bessie Mae Boatwright #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 969

Pretty lady, circa 1919, white, prostitute, Paris, 8 October 1938

Folder 970

Toler, Nellie Gray (interviewer): Another version of the above interview #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 970

Folder 971

Toler, Nellie Gray, Aswell, and Lipscomb (interviewers): Pride or No Pride #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 971

Jim Ramsey, circa 1872, no place given, white, farmer on relief, Paris, 11 January 1939

Folder 972

Toler, Nellie Gray, and Aswell (interviewers): Waywandering Man #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 972

B.E. Cokes, no date given, Bardwell, Ky., white, tramp, Paris, 19 January 1939

Folder 973

Toler, Nellie Gray, and Aswell (interviewers): On The Road to Sheriff #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 973

Eldon Graham, no date given, no place given, white, sheriff, Paris, 9 November 1938, 2 January 1939

Folder 974

Toler, Nellie Gray, and Aswell (interviewers): Outcast in the World #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 974

No name given, no date given, Middlesboro, Ky., race not indicated, no occupation given, Knoxville, no date given

Folder 975

Yoe, Della, Aswell, Lipscomb, and Agee (interviewers): Sometimes I Get Ashamed #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 975

Mrs. Foster Ramsey, no date given, no place given, white, saleswoman, Knoxville, no date given

Folder 976

Yoe, Della, and Aswell (interviewers): Stopping the Leaks #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 976

No name given, no date given, no place given, white, female executive President of CCS laundry, Knoxville, 25 January 1939

Folder 977

Yoe, Della, Aswell, and Lipscomb (interviewers): Clara Garber #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 977

Clara Garber, no date given, no place given, white, bootlegger, no place given, 19 December 1938

Folder 978

Yoe, Della, and Aswell (interviewers): Always Did Love Babies #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 978

Mrs. Bruce W. Kennedy, no date given, no place given, white, proprietor of nursing home, Knoxville, 2 December 1938, 11 January 1939

Folder 979

Yoe, Della, Aswell, and Edwards (interviewers): Them That Needs #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 979

Arlie G. Lane, no date given, no place given, white, welfare department worker, Knoxville, 15 November 1938

Folder 980

Yoe, Della, Aswell, and Lipscomb (interviewer): Ain't Borrowing No Worries #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 980

Myrtle Cunningham, 1907, Knoxville, white, industrial worker, 23 January 1939

Folder 981

Yoe, Della, and Edwards (interviewers): Sorghum from Sand Mountain #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 981

Arlie Lee, no date given, no place given, white, curb market huckster, Knoxville, 5 October 1938

Folder 982

Yoe, Della, and Edwards (interviewers): Snappy Feeding #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 982

Margaret Chambers, no date given, no place given, white, fountain manager, Knoxville, 5 October 1938

Folder 983

Yoe, Della, and Aswell (interviewers): The Grand Ways #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 983

Ella Carpenter, 1919, S.C., black, housemaid, Knoxville, 29 December 1939

Folder 984

Yoe, Della, and Aswell (interviewers): Papa Got Pride #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 984

Lucy Reed, circa 1881, no place given, black, WPA worker, Knoxville, no date given

Folder 985

Yoe, Della, and Edwards (interviewers): Till the River Rises #03709, Subseries: "1.9. Tennessee." Folder 985

Fan Flannigan, circa 1892, no place given, white, unemployed, Knoxville, no date given

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Folder 986

Davidson, Anne, and Anne Heaton (interviewers): Beulah Handly #03709, Subseries: "1.10. Virginia." Folder 986

Beulah Handly, circa 1898, Jonesville, white, farmer, Jonesville, 21 January 1939

Folder 987

Jeffries, Margaret (interviewer): Fleety Dodson #03709, Subseries: "1.10. Virginia." Folder 987

Fleety Dodson, Rappahannock County, white, tenant farmer, Culpepper, 21 January 1939

Folder 988

Morrissett, Pearl (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.10. Virginia." Folder 988

Mary Abbott, 1892, Guilford County, N.C., white, cotton mill spinner, Danville, 21 February 1939

Folder 989

Morrissett, Pearl and Edna Stevens (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.10. Virginia." Folder 989

Della Connor, no date given, N.C., white, cotton mill spinner, Danville, 5 May 1939

Folder 990

Smith, Essie, and Heaton(interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.10. Virginia." Folder 990

James Perdue, 1883, W. Va., white, country merchant, Rocky Mount, 30 April 1939

Folder 991

Venable, Mary S., Collins, and Richardson (interviewers): Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.10. Virginia." Folder 991

"Cucumber John" Tyler, no date given, no place given, black, odd job man, Reehmon, 3 January 1939

Folder 992

No author: Untitled #03709, Subseries: "1.10. Virginia." Folder 992

Archie Davidson, [1885?], [Danville?], black, tenant farmer, Whaleyville, no date given

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Folder 993

Hayden, Kate Warren (interviewer): Bringing in the Sheaves #03709, Subseries: "1.11. Miscellaneous." Folder 993

Fictional account of a bootlegger, no date given, no place given

Folder 994

No author: A Greek-American Wife #03709, Subseries: "1.11. Miscellaneous." Folder 994

Mrs. Nik Morris, no date given, no place given, white, restaurant owner, no place given, no date given

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Folder 995

Baker, Benjamin D. (interviewer): "Recalls Days When Ice Came Down from Maine by Ships" #03709, Subseries: "2.1. Alabama." Folder 995

John Dorgan, no date given, no place given, white, freighter captain, Mobile County, 6 November 1939

Folder 996

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.1. Alabama." Folder 996

O'Brien, Susie R. (interviewer): Mrs. Ira Reynolds #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.1. Alabama., Folder 996

Mrs. Ira Reynolds, no date given, Uniontown, white, farmer, Uniontown, 15 March 1939

Bowman, Annie L. (interviewer): Mr. And Mrs. W. D. Owens #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.1. Alabama., Folder 996

Mr. W. D. Owens, no date given, Chipley, Fla., white, turpentine operator; Mrs. W. D. Owens, no date given, Chipley, Fla., white, housewife, Atmore, 14 December 1939

Perry, R.L. (interviewer): Life Story of Mary Simpson of Mt. Zion Community #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.1. Alabama., Folder 996

Mary Simpson, 1876, Mt. Zion, black, farmer, Mt. Zion, 24 August 1939

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Folder 997

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mrs. Isabel Barnwell, School Teacher #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 997

Mrs. Isabel Barnwell, 1854, Fernandina, no race indicated, early school-teacher, Nassau County, 6 February 1939

Folder 998

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 998

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Jacksonville (Suburbs) #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 998

Dr. E.H. Armstrong, no date given, Rhode Island, suburb owner and developer, Riverview, 7 April 1939

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): St. Elmo W. Acosta #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 998

St. Elmo W. Acosta, no date given, Jacksonville, former Jacksonville park commissioner, Jacksonville, 27 March 1939 (includes addition)

Folder 999

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 999

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Early Florida Orange Groves #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 999

Mrs. Isabel O. Barnwell, 1854, Fernandina, no race indicated, early school-teacher, Jacksonville, 6 December 1941

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Personal Interview #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 999

Mrs. Isabel Bacon (O'Neill) Barnwell, Fernandina, no race indicated, Life-long resident of Florida, Jacksonville, 13 February 1936

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): "War Between the States" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 999

Mrs. Ruth (Bardin) Hanes, no date given, no place given, white, no occupation indicated, Jacksonville, 30 November 1936

Folder 1000

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1000

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Personal Interview #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1000

Mr. M. A. Brown, no date given, Mandarin, white, Life-long resident of Duval County, Jacksonville, 19 February 1936

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Personal Interview #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1000

Mrs. Mary D. (Bernard) Burroughs (Mrs. J.H.), no date given, Jacksonville, white, Life-long resident of Jacksonville, 5 March 1936

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Julien Philip Benjamin #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1000

Julien Philip Benjamin, no date given, Ocala, Construction and Drainage Engineer, white, Jacksonville, 15 May 1939

Folder 1001

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1001

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mrs. Katherine (Wilson) Fitzgerald #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1001

Mrs. Katherine (Wilson) Fitzgerald, no date given, Duval County, white, no occupation indicated, Jacksonville, 10 September 1936

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Jacksonville's First Automobile #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1001

John Eining, no date given, no place given, white, son of inventor, Jacksonville, 5 March 1937

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Early Jacksonville and River Transportation #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1001

John E. Clark, no date given, Jacksonville, white, son of transportation worker, Jacksonville, 25 March 1936

Folder 1002

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1002

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): William F. Hawley #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1002

William F. Hawley, no date given, New Orleans, La., white, retired railroad worker, 26 June 1940

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Life History of A.G. (Gus) Hartridge, Jacksonville Lawyer #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1002

A.G. Hartridge, 1869, Jacksonville, white, retired lawyer, 28 February 1939

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Thomas James Grey #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1002

Thomas James Grey, circa 1854, Boston, Mass., white, retired naval officer, 30 April 1937

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Frank Sowersby Gray #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1002

Frank S. Gray, 1863, Marcus Hook, Pa., white, retired hardware executive, Jacksonville, 28 April 1939

Folder 1003

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1003

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Abram Bellamy, Florida Pioneer #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1003

Judge Miles W. Lewis, no date given, no place given, white, judge, Jacksonville, 6 May 1940

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Villa Alexandria, Mrs. Alexander Mitchell, South Jacksonville #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1003

Mrs. Charles (Mollie Gibson) Lenoir, no date given, Mich., white, Secretary of Women's Club of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, 19 July 1939

Folder 1004

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1004

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mrs. Florrie Towers Martin (Mrs. William G.) #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1004

Mrs. Florrie Towers Martin, no date given, Quincy, white, artist, Jacksonville, 10 March 1936

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mrs. Phena (Hudnall) Love #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1004

Mrs. Phena (Hudnall) Love, no date given, Locarno, white, no occupation indicated, South Jacksonville, 20 March 1936

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): "Villa Alexandria" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1004

Mrs. Phena Hudnall Love, no date given, Locarno, white, no occupation indicated, South Jacksonville, 25 August 1936

Folder 1005

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1005

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): William A. Platt #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1005

William A. Platt, 1855, Liverpool, England, white, Former caretaker, 3 March 1939

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Villa Alexandria and Jacksonville #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1005

Mr. David Mitchell, no date given, Jacksonville, white, lawyer, Jacksonville, 7 July 193?

Folder 1006

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1006

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mulberry Grove Plantation #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1006

Mrs. Sarah Louise (Pearson) Richardson, 1879, Mulberry Grove Plantation, white, widow, Jacksonville, 1 April 1939

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): John Reese and Morris Moore #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1006

John Reese, 1880, Black Point, black, farmer; Morris Moore, 1862, no place given, black, farmer, Yukon, 19 May 1939

Folder 1007

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1007

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Sadler's Point #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1007

Mrs. J.C. (Violet T. Snead), 1869, no place given, white, housewife, Jacksonville, 10 May 1939

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Henrietta Elizabeth Sellers #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1007

Henrietta Elizabeth Sellers, 1879, no place given, black, cook, Jacksonville, 19 May 1939

Folder 1008

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1008

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mr. Wilbur W. Swaim #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1008

Mr. Wilbur W. Swain, 1854, Montgomery, white, furniture merchant, Jacksonville, 28 August 1836

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mr. W. C. Sollee #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1008

Mr. W.C. Sollee, no date given, Savannah, white, no occupation indicated, Jacksonville, 27 February 1936

Stedman, Lillian (interviewer): Lee E. Bigelow #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1008

Lee Eugene Richard Bigelow, 1872, Okolona, white, historian, Jacksonville, no date given

Folder 1009

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1009

Clark, Susan (interviewer): Mr. and Mrs. Nick Anthony #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1009

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Anthony, no date given, Greece, Greek, retired, Miami, 14 November 1939

Clark, Susan (interviewer): Mrs. Angelo Kays #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1009

Mrs. Angelo Kays, no date given, Nassau, Greek, fish merchant, Miami, 6 November 1939

Clark, Susan (interviewer): Michael Rakis #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1009

Michael Rakis, 1894, Smyrna, Asia Minor, Greek, printer, Miami, 1 November 1939

Folder 1010

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1010

Francis, Mabel (interviewer): (Mrs.) Catina Manos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1010

Mrs. Catina Manos, 1891, no place given, Greek, mother, Miami, 16 January 1940

Francis, Mabel (interviewer): Mrs. John Colozoff #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1010

Mrs. John Colozoff, 1906, Metylene, Greece, Greek, seamstress, Miami, 29 November 1939

Francis, Mabel (interviewer): Christopher Beller #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1010

Christopher Beller, 1894, Sparta, Greece, Greek, real estate broker, Miami, 24 October 1939

Folder 1011

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1011

Taylor, Cora Mae (interviewer): Mrs. Esther P. Demos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1011

Mrs. Esther P. Demos, 1902, Laconia, Greece, member of Eastern Star of Coral Cables, Miami, 6 February 1940

Taylor, Cora Mae (interviewer): Nicholas Hangis #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1011

Nicholas Hangis, 1890, Patras, Greece, Greek, restaurateur, Miami, 18 January 1940

Taylor, Cora Mae (interviewer): Mrs. Georgia Captain #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1011

Georgia Captain, 1910, Laconia, Greece, Greek, restaurateur, Miami, 31 January 1940

Folder 1012

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1012

Taylor, Cora Mae (interviewer): (Mrs.) Mary Ponticos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1012

Mary Ponticos, 1904, Turkey, Greek, widow, Miami, 17 January 1940

Taylor, Cora Mae (interviewer): Nicholas P. Petrou #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1012

Nicholas P. Petrou, 1900, Cyprus, Greek, teacher, Miami, 5 February 1940

Taylor, Cora Mae (interviewer): Mrs. Mary G. Manos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1012

Mrs. Mary G. Manos, 1905, New York, Greek-Italian, nurse, Miami, 7 February 1940

Taylor, Cora Mae (interviewer): Theodore Hatzopulos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1012

Theodore Hatzopulos, 1880, Constantinople, Greek, restaurateur, 13 February 1940

Folder 1013

Six interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1013

Darsey, Barbara Berry (interviewer): Life History of Albert Denman and Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1013

Bob Franklin, 19-20 January 1939

Darsey, Barbara Berry (interviewer): Jason and Lily Iby #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1013

Jason and Lily Iby, 18 October 1938

Darsey, Barbara Berry (interviewer): Harris Thomas #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1013

Horace Thompson, 1 February 1939

Darsey, Barbara Berry (interviewer): Maria Gonzales #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1013

Mrs. Texas Morgan, 7 December 1938

Darsey, Barbara Berry (interviewer): Lolly Bleu #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1013

Mrs. Robert Eures, 29 November 1938

Comstock, Bertha R. (interviewer): Hannah Taylor #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1013

Hannah Taylor, 13 January 1939

Folder 1014

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1014

Burnell, Elvira E. (interviewer): The Haskins Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1014

Paul Anthony Haskins, 1 March 1939

Buck, Gladys (interviewer): Sarah Jones #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1014

28 November 1938

No author: Mr. John C. English, a Pioneer Resident of Lee County #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1014

Mr. John C. English, 20 January 1939

Burnell, Elvira E. (interviewer): The Stembler Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1014

The Blake Family, 30 January 1939

Folder 1015

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1015

Huss, Veronica E. (interviewer): Dwellings of the Far South #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1015

No name given, no date given, Labelle, Florida

DeLamater, Walter D. (interviewer): The Newton Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1015

John Newton Blair, 14 December 1938

DeLamater, Walter D. (interviewer): Jane Clayton #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1015

The Grant Family, 15 January 1939

Folder 1016

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1016

Johnson, Alberta (interviewer): The Olsen's (A Shrimper's Family) #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1016

The Olsen Family, 21 February 1939

1016: Johnson, Alberta (interviewer): T. J. Marshall #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1016

T. J. Marshall, 16 February 1939

Folder 1017

Five interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.2. Florida." Folder 1017

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mrs. Elizabeth Dismukes #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1017

Mrs. Elizabeth Dismukes, 11 May 1939

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Mrs. Mattie Jackson #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1017

Mrs. Mattie Jackson, 10 May 1939

Wood, Dorothy (interviewer): The Wade Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1017

The Roof Family, 20 January 1939

Johnson, Alberta (interviewer): The Bennett Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1017

The Bennett Family, 28 February 1939

Shepherd, Rose (interviewer): Dennis Potinos, (Greek) #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.2. Florida., Folder 1017

Dennis Potinos, 20 August 1939

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Folder 1021

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.4. Louisiana." Folder 1021

Scott, Jeanne deLavigne (interviewer): A Red Comb in Her Hair #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1021

Mrs. Margaret Davis, 27 April 1939

Scott, Jeanne deLavigne (interviewer): Uranus And I Are Pretty Good Friends... #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1021

Eugene Reuben Mumford, 16 May 1939

Scott, Jeanne deLavigne (interviewer): "People Plant Too Damn Much.." #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1021

Louis Huber, 17 May 1939

Scott, Jeanne deLavigne (interviewer): The Cook Household #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1021

James Cook, 3 January 1939

Folder 1022

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.4. Louisiana." Folder 1022

Scott, Jeanne deLavigne (interviewer): And There Was A Man... #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1022

Lois Lapiene, 2 May 1939

Scott, Jeanne de Lavigne (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1022

Bernard Trondle, 12 December 1938

Scott, Jeanne de Lavigne (interviewer): I Got All Day for Everything... #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1022

Joseph Landry, 28 April 1939

Folder 1023

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.4. Louisiana." Folder 1023

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): "Ah Got Religion" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1023

Moses Alexander, 28 February 1939

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): "Religion in de Dreams" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1023

Theodore Bricks, 8 March 1939

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): "Sinning for Security" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1023

Marie Brown, 21 March 1939

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): "How I Got Religion" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1023

Moriath Butler, 14 February 1939

Folder 1024

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.4. Louisiana." Folder 1024

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): "Peddlin' Jerry" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1024

Jerry Coleman, 19 May 1939

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): Mary Davis #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1024

Mary Davis, 23 December 1938

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): Queen of Fish Fries #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1024

Elizabeth Henry, 11 January 1939

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): Once Was But Ain't No More #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1024

Another version of the above interview

Folder 1025

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.4. Louisiana." Folder 1025

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): John Anderson Hill #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1025

John Anderson Hill, no date given

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): The Vampire Sugar Cane Cutter #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1025

Peter Jackson, 21 June 1939

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): The Life History of a Sugar Cane Worker #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1025

Emile Ward, 12 July 1939

Folder 1026

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.4. Louisiana." Folder 1026

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): "This Boy Gets Lacking Souls" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1026

Jim White, 4 August 1939

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1026

Moses Williams, 23 August 1940

McKinney, Robert (interviewer): James Willis, the Sugar Cane Man #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1026

James Willis, 20 July 1939

No author: Pride of Heritage #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.4. Louisiana., Folder 1026

Emiline Wilson, 6 June 1940

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Folder 1027

Sixteen interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1027

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Hollifields #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

The Hollifield family, no date given

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Nina Boone #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Nina Boone, 26 September 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Bill Branch #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Bill Branch, 1 August 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Ima Buckner #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Ima Buckner, 17 August 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Jackson Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

The Jackson Family, 14 September 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Nannie Ruth Parks #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Nannie Ruth Parks, 7 September 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Renns #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

The Renn Family, 19 July 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): "Four Families of Reservoir Street" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Residents of Reservoir Street, East Durham, 23 August 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Ellie Robertson #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Ellie Robertson, 28 September 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Jennie #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Jennie Robinson, 15 August 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Mary Smith #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Mary Smith, 15 July 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Elsie Wall #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Elsie Wall, 27 July 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Sarah Wall #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Sarah Wall, 25 July 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Josephine Wallace #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Josephine Wallace, no date given

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): The Wilkins Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

The Wilkins Family, 12 September 1938

Moore, Ida L. (interviewer): Lucille Hicks #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1027

Lucille Hicks, 12 August 1938

Folder 1028

Six interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1028

Foster, W. O. (interviewer): "Dick Striker, Farm Laborer" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1028

Dick Striker, circa 1875, near Goldsboro, N.C., farm laborer, Clinton, N.C., 12 September 1938

Foster, W. O. (interviewer): "Ed Oneal and Margaret Oneal" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1028

Ed Oneal, no date given, Chatham County, N.C., and Margaret Oneal, no date given, Orange County, N.C.,, Chapel Hill, N.C., 4 October 1938

Foster, W. O. (interviewer): "Cisco Mayse" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1028

Cisco Mayse, circa 1909, Orange County, N.C., carpenter and farmer, Orange County, N.C., 13 April 1939

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "Mrs. Althy Cooke" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1028

Althy Cooke, no date given, no place given, wife of sharecropper, Pleasant Hill, N.C., 6 December 1938

Harris, Bernice K. (interviewer): "Shelter Against All Evil" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1028

Carter Taylor, no date given, no place given, sharecropper, Seaboard, N.C., 15 November 1938

Mabry, Luline L. (interviewer): "Miss Emma Hood and mother Mrs. Melissa Hood" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1028

Emma Hood, no date given, no place given; Melissa Hood, no date given, no place given; Hendersonville, N.C., 18 November 1938

Folder 1029

Memoranda regarding the study "Greeks in America" #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1029

Folder 1030

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1030

No author: Greeks in Asheville #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1030
Carter, Douglas. (interviewer): Gambler #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1030

John Anaxagoras, no date given

Carter, Douglas (interviewer): Living on Butter and Eggs #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1030

"Charlie" (last name not given), no date given

Carter, Douglas. (interviewer): Joe Drosinis #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1030

Joe Drosinis, no date given

Folder 1031

Thirteen interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1031

Crawford, D. W. (interviewer): The Greeks in Charlotte #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031
Crawford, D. W. (interviewer): I Am A Radical #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031

Anthony English, 14 July 1939

Crawford, D. W. (interviewer): Discovering America in a Hospital #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031

Mrs. Thomas Kalaveris, 26 July 1939

Crawford, D. W. (interviewer): Loui #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031

L. Kastakapaulos, 14 July 1939

Crawford, D. W. (interviewer): It Come Out OK #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031

Mike Kofinas, 13 July 1939

Crawford, D. W. (interviewer): Gus McKene (Kantantinos Kokens) #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031

Kantantinos Kokens, 26 July 1939

Crawford, D.W. (interviewer): My Greek Husband #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031

Mrs. Chris Pappas, 7 August 1939

Rupert, Frank (interviewer): Holy Trinity, Greek Orthodox Church #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031
Rupert, Frank (interviewer): Charlotte Chapter of Sons of Pericles #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031
Rupert, Frank (interviewer): Charlotte Chapter of The Women's Club of the Greek Church #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031
Rupert, Frank (interviewer): Greek Sensus #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031
Rupert, Frank (interviewer): Greek Food #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031
Rupert, Frank (interviewer): Tom Condus (Church Janitor) #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1031

Tom Condus, 25 September 1939

Folder 1032

Six interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1032

Holmes, Robert W. (interviewer): The Greeks in Davidson County #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1032
Saunders, W.O. (interviewer): Others Who Have Prospered #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1032
Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Personal Mention #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1032
Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Why So Many Greek Restaurants? #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1032

Gus Constantin Geraris, no date given

Saunders, W. O. (interviewer): Untitled #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1032

Nicholas Harry Polus, no date given

Speak, Joseph H. (interviewer): Greek Orthodox Church in Gaston County #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1032

from handbook of Gaston County, 1936

Folder 1033

Nine interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1033

No author: The Greeks in Rowan County #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033
Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): Greeks in Raleigh #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033
Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): Why She Sold Her Jewels #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033

Paul Manos Appollonia, no date given

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): George N. Ellison, Proprietor of Raleigh Diner #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033

George N. Ellison, no date given

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): A Lamp That Shines for Her #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033

Peter Gournas, no date given

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): The Land of Promise #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033

Steve Loomis, no date given

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): John Popajohn #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033

John Popajohn, no date given

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): James A. Stathacos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033

James A. Stathacos, no date given

Hicks, Mary A. (interviewer): James Tehodorakakas #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1033

James Tehodorakakas, no date given

Folder 1034

Twelve interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1034

Harris, Frances L. (interviewer): Greeks in Wilmington #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034
Harris, Frances L. (interviewer): Nick Poulas #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Nick Poulas, no date given

Harris, Frances L. (interviewer): Famous Greek-Americans #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Dr. George Patterson, no date given

Harris, Frances L., and Lucille Edwards (interviewers): Nickolas and Tassie Costello #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Nickolas and Tassie Costello, no date given

Harris, Frances L., and Lucille Edwards (interviewer): Tony and Gus Mavronickolas #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Tony and Gus Mavronickolas, no date given

Harris, Frances L., and Maurice Haskett (interviewer): Teacher and Waiter #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Alexander Beztios, no date given

Harris, Frances L., and Maurice Haskett (interviewer): Jimmy's Negro Customer #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Jimmy Patellos, no date given

Harris, Frances L., and Mrs. George Peschau (interviewer): Nickolas Patellos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Nickolas Patellos, no date given

Peschau, Mrs. George L., and Haskett (interviewer): Mrs. Pete Patellos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Mrs. Pete Patellos, no date given

Peschau, Mrs. George L., and Haskett (interviewer): John and Anastasia Ponos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

John and Anastasia Ponos, no date given

Peschau, Mrs. George L., and Haskett (interviewer): Antonios Roondos #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Antonios Roondos, no date given

No author: Zacharias Mavrikis #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.5. North Carolina., Folder 1034

Zacharias Mavrikis, no date given

Folder 1035

Jones, Sidney F. (interviewer): The Greeks in Winston-Salem #03709, Subseries: "2.5. North Carolina." Folder 1035

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Folder 1036

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1036

Atwell, F. Donald (interviewer): "Small Town Doctor" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1036

Dr. Cameron, 18 February 1939

Atwell, F. Donald (interviewer): The Man Who Was-- #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1036

John Remington, 1 February 1939

Atwell, F. Donald (interviewer): Registered Nurse #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1036

Mrs. Remington, 20 January 1939

Atwell, F. Donald (interviewer): Beef Stew #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1036

Mr. Arthur Myers, 28 March 1939

Folder 1037

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1037

Cogburn, L.E. (interviewer): A Community Man #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1037

T.J. Oliver, 30 January 1939

Cogburn, L.E. (interviewer): Better A Tent Than A Mortgage #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1037

Walter Strother, 28 February 1939

Folder 1038

Five interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1038

Davis, Annie Ruth (interviewer): Tom Bird #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1038

Tom Bird, 10 February 1939

Davis, Annie Ruth (interviewer): Agnes Harrell #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1038

Agnes Harrell, 24 February 1939

Davis, Annie Ruth (interviewer): The Back-Date Buggy #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1038

Berkeley Lawrimore, 23 March 1939

Davis, Annie Ruth (interviewer): Wilbur White #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1038

Wilbur White, 27 December 1938

Davis, Annie Ruth (interviewer): Tenant to Taxpayer #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1038

Another version of the above interview

Folder 1039

Five interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1039

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Mrs. Jennie Isabel Coleman #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1039

Mrs. Jennie Isabel Coleman, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): From Parking to Politics #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1039

Sam T. Colin, 17 March 1939

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Judge Walter L. Holley #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1039

Judge Walter L. Holley, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Oliver Johnson, D. D. #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1039

Oliver Johnson, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Alexander W. Matheson #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1039

Alexander W. Matheson, no date given

Folder 1040

Six interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1040

Dove, John L. (interviewer): Flowing On #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1040

Jake Philpot, 15 March 1939

Dove, John L. (interviewer): The Clouds Beyond #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1040

Ham Cloud, 15 February 1939

Dove, John L. (interviewer): A Tie That Bound #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1040

Another version of the above interview

Dove, John L. (interviewer): Windmill Orchard #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1040

Ed Leightsey, 12 January 1939

Dove, John L. (interviewer): Always Agin It #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1040

Oscar Staub, 24 January 1939

Dove, John L. (interviewer): Fighting Ben #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1040

Ben Thorp, 3 March 1939

Folder 1041

Farmer, John P. (interviewer): Aunt Sally Raines #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1041

Aunt Sally Raines, 16 December 1938

Folder 1042

Farmer, John P. (interviewer): How Grady Weldon Came to Be in the Insurance Adjusting Business #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1042

Grady Weldon, 20 January 1939

Folder 1043

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1043

Ford, Lucile Clark (interviewer): In-Laws and T.B.'s. #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1043

Jane Carrol, 9 March 1939

Ford, Lucile Clark (interviewer): Living on the Richards' Farm #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1043

Caroline Richards, 7 February 1939

Ford, Lucile Clark (interviewer): An Evening in the Smith Home #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1043

Mr. and Mrs. Tally Smith, 14 February 1939

Folder 1044

Seven interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1044

Henderson, Ruth D. (interviewer): The Collins Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1044

Jules and Jim Collins, 2 January 1939

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): Did He Love Adventure? #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1044

William McAllister, 9 March 1939

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): No, I'm Not Lonesome #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1044

Mrs. Mary Moore, 1 December 1938

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): A Day with the Pattons #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1044

Bert Patton, 9 January 1939

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): The Greatest of These is Charity #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1044

Another version of the above interview

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): Daring the Devil #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1044

William Wiley, 16 January 1939

Jones, Mattie T. (interviewer): A Happy Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1044

Another version of the above interview

Folder 1045

Five interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1045

Lea, Verner (interviewer): A Belated Rest #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1045

Dave Thomas, 7 February 1939

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Mary Gunnaway #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1045

Mary Gunnaway, 10 November 1938

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Miss Sallie's Cook #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1045

Ruby Childs, 2 March 1939

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Sally's Premonition #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1045

Sally Jones, 5 January 1939

Lea, Verner (interviewer): Silas Harmon #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1045

Silas Harmon, 23 November 1938

Folder 1046

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1046

Mann, Muriel A. (interviewer): Mamie Brown, Librarian #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1046

Mamie Brown, 11 January 1939

Mann, Muriel A. (interviewer): The Hardy Family #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1046

Mrs. Hardy, 7 March 1939

Mann, Muriel A. (interviewer): WPA Road #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1046

Charles Seabrook, Arthur W. Bailey, and F.W. Johnston, 31 January 1939

Mann, Muriel A. (interviewer): Mrs. Martin, Public Health Nurse #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1046

Mrs. R. N. Martin, 10 February 1939

Folder 1047

Five interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1047

Murray, Chalmers S. (interviewer): Martha Joint, Occasional Servant #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1047

Martha Joint, 3 March 1939

Struggs, Stiles M. (interviewer): A Veteran Negro Janitor #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1047

Walter M. Hughes, 17 December 1938

Struggs, Stiles M. (interviewer): Walter M. Hughes #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1047

Another version of the above interview

Russell, D. A. (interviewer): Robert Joseph Gantt #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1047

Robert Joseph Gantt, 15 February 1939

Russell, D. A. (interviewer): William Donald Mitchell #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1047

William Donald Mitchell, 22 February 1939

Folder 1048

Five interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1048

Struggs, Stiles M. (interviewer): How Branson's Bulldog Courage Won #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1048

Raymond E. Branson, 28 February 1939

Struggs, Stiles M. (interviewer): A Merchant Wizard #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1048

John Randall, 6 March 1939

Struggs, Stiles M. (interviewer): Jason C. Nye #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1048

Jason C. Nye, 7 January 1939

Struggs, Stiles M. (interviewer): Always Flowers #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1048

Another version of the above interview

Struggs, Stiles M. (interviewer): Reece N. Wood #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1048

Reece N. Wood, 22 November 1938

Folder 1049

Five interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1049

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Allan Cook, Farmer #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1049

Allan Cook, 23 November 1938

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Living by Faith #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1049

W. A. and Susie Holmes, 26 January 1939

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Delma Todd Culclasure #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1049

Susan Jones, 16 December 1938

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Sallie Spitfire #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1049

Sallie Spitfire, 28 December 1938

Shuler, Helen (interviewer): Tricked by Gypsies #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1049

Nick and Janie Fuller, 1 February 1939

Folder 1050

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1050

Sims, Caldwell (interviewer): How Mr. W.S. McLure Came to Be in the Real Estate Business #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1050

W.S. McLure, 16 February 1939

Sims, Caldwell (interviewer): Bessie Reed #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1050

Bessie Reed, 9 January 1939

Sims, Caldwell (interviewer): "Singin' Praises Dats My Life, Lawd" #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1050

Emma Sanders, 17 February 1939

Sims, Caldwell (interviewer): I Wouldn't Exchange #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1050

Mrs. Bess Long Wilburn, 31 January 1939

Folder 1051

Six interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1051

Summer, G. Leland (interviewer): The Clarys #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1051

The Clarys, 20 December 1938

Summer, G. Leland (interviewer): The Edward Fulmers #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1051

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fulmer, 28 December 1938

Summer, G. Leland (interviewer): Mrs. Hattie Hudson #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1051

Mrs. Hattie Hudson, 9 January 1939

Summer, G. Leland (interviewer): The Huffstetlers #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1051

The Huffstetlers, 19 December 1938

Summer, G. Leland (interviewer): Elizabeth P. Jackson #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1051

Elizabeth P. Jackson, 15 December 1938

Summer, G. Leland (interviewer): John Harrison Summer #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1051

John Harrison Summer, 2 February 1939

Folder 1052

Three interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1052

Von Ohsen, Charles A. (interviewer): Ben Adams #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1052

Ben Adams, 22 March 1939

Von Ohsen, Charles A. (interviewer): A Hell Hole Farmer #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1052

Jimmie Green, 31 March 1939

Von Ohsen, Charles A. (interviewer): Gabriel Washington #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1052

Gabriel Washington, 22 February 1939

Folder 1053

Two interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1053

Williams, R. V. (interviewer): Sam Lewis #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1053

Sam Lewis, 28 February 1939

Wilkinson, Margaret (interviewer): The Street #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1053

Robert Carter, Sarah Carter, John Sanders, Bessie Sanders, Sundown, Eva Bellows; March 1939

Folder 1054

Nine interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1054

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Thomas C. Camak #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Thomas C. Camak, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Nina Rabb Castles #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Nina Rabb Castles, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Thomas M. Cathcart #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Thomas M. Cathcart, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Cynthia M. Coleman #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Cynthia M. Coleman, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Elizabeth Vanderville Darby #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Elizabeth Vanderville Darby, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Kate Flenniken #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Kate Flenniken, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Warren Harvey Flenniken #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Warren Harvey Flenniken, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Longstreet Gantt #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Longstreet Gantt, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Ella E. Gooding & Robert C. Gooding #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1054

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Gooding, no date given

Folder 1055

Four interviews: #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1055

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Dr. Samuel Lathan #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1055

Dr. Samuel Lathan, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Joseph Stewart #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1055

Joseph Stewart, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Alice Buchanan Walker #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1055

Alice Buchanan Walker, no date given

Dixon, W. W. (interviewer): Judge J. H. Yarborough #03709, Subseries 2. Additions. 2.6. South Carolina., Folder 1055

Judge J. H. Yarborough, no date given

Folder 1056

Occupation Index #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1056

Folder 1056a

Researcher notes #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1056a

Folder 1056b

Researcher notes #03709, Subseries: "2.6. South Carolina." Folder 1056b

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Correspondence, 1936-1940.

Folder 1057

January-March 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1057

Folder 1058

12 May-23 June 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1058

Folder 1059

24 June-31 July 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1059

Folder 1060

1-31 August 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1060

Folder 1061

1-24 September 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1061

Folder 1062

26 September-12 October 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1062

Folder 1063

13-31 October 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1063

Folder 1064

2-13 November 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1064

Folder 1065

14 November-8 December 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1065

Folder 1066

9-30 December 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1066

Folder 1067

Undated 1936 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1067

Folder 1068

4-25 January 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1068

Folder 1069

1-26 February 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1069

Folder 1070

1-16 March 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1070

Folder 1071

18-31 March 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1071

Folder 1072

2-30 April 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1072

Folder 1073

3-31 May 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1073

Folder 1074

4-30 June 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1074

Folder 1075

2-30 July 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1075

Folder 1076

3 August-14 September 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1076

Folder 1077

16 September-29 October 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1077

Folder 1078

1 November-31 December 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1078

Folder 1079

Undated 1937 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1079

Folder 1080

2-17 January 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1080

Folder 1081

18 January-9 February 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1081

Folder 1082

10 February-31 March 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1082

Folder 1083

1-29 April 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1083

Folder 1084

2-31 May 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1084

Folder 1085

1-16 June 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1085

Folder 1086

19 June-7 July 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1086

Folder 1087

8-29 July 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1087

Folder 1088

1-20 August 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1088

Folder 1089

22 August-5 September 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1089

Folder 1090

6-9 September 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1090

Folder 1091

10-20 September 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1091

Folder 1092

21-29 September 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1092

Folder 1093

30 September-6 October 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1093

Folder 1094

7-11 October 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1094

Folder 1095

12-17 October 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1095

Folder 1096

18-20 October 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1096

Folder 1097

21-28 October 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1097

Folder 1098

29 October-1 November 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1098

Folder 1099

2-5 November 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1099

Folder 1100

7-9 November 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1100

Folder 1101

10-15 November 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1101

Folder 1102

16-20 November 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1102

Folder 1103

21-30 November 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1103

Folder 1104

1-6 December 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1104

Folder 1105

7-12 December 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1105

Folder 1106

13-15 December 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1106

Folder 1107

16-20 December 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1107

Folder 1108

21-24 December 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1108

Folder 1109

24-31 December 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1109

Folder 1110

Undated 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1110

Folder 1111

Undated 1938 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1111

Folder 1112

1-5 January 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1112

Folder 1113

6-9 January 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1113

Folder 1114

10-11 January 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1114

Folder 1115

12-13 January 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1115

Folder 1116

14-17 January 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1116

Folder 1117

18-23 January 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1117

Folder 1118

24-29 January 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1118

Folder 1119

30 January-2 February 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1119

Folder 1120

3-7 February 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1120

Folder 1121

8-13 February 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1121

Folder 1122

14-17 February 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1122

Folder 1123

18-24 February 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1123

Folder 1124

25 February-1 March 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1124

Folder 1125

2-8 March 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1125

Folder 1126

9-14 March 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1126

Folder 1127

15-23 March 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1127

Folder 1128

24-29 March 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1128

Folder 1129

30 March-5 April 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1129

Folder 1130

6-10 April 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1130

Folder 1131

11-18 April 1939 #03709, Series: "3. Correspondence, 1936-1940." Folder 1131