Browse Interviews (186 total)

Williams discusses hardships during the Depression and living on the farm.

Fullers discuss living and working conditions during the Depression.

Smith recalls the Depression and how his life was impacted.

Powell discusses the Depression and the impression it left on her life.

Brammer discusses the Depression and how it impacted her life.

Homemaker discusses what it was like living during the Depression.

Jackson speaks of growing food for school lunches and distributing clothes to needy people.

Housewife describes what life was like during the Depression.

Tax Practitioner discusses the Depression and how it impacted his life.

Retired Teacher tells of Berea College and daily life during the Depression

Retired bank employee discussed the Depression and how it impacted the community.

Clay recalls vivid memories of the Depression.

Housewife describes the Depression, having little money, and feeling very happy.

Mr. Joe Cecil Twine discusses his family history, ancestors that were born in slavery, and a book he wrote about his family titled "Trail of the Twines: 1820-1988." He describes life growing up in rural Madison County, KY, his life as a farmer, and growing tobacco. Mr. Twine comments on race relations in Madison County and religion.

Griffin speaks of several aspects of the Depression.

Fugates speak of vivid memories of the Depression and moving across the country to find work.

Marcum discusses the Depression and how it impacts his life.

Wilson shares her views of the Depression and how it impacted her life.

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