|AUTHOR:||Nunley, R. C.|
|TITLE:||An interview with R. C. Nunley|
|PLACE:||Martin, TN :|
|PUBLISHER:||University of Tennessee at Martin, Paul Meek Library, Special Collections,|
|FORMAT:||1 sound cassette (30 min.) : analog, 2 track, mono. + 1 tape index (1 p. ; 28 cm.)|
|SERIES:||Oral history tapes (University of Tennessee at Martin) ; 011|
|NOTES:||Recorded by Weakley County State Bicentennial Committee at Martin, Tennessee, July - August 1995. A description of people and events in Martin, Tennessee from the 1930's to the 1950's. Discussion includes recollections of the 1937 flood and the epidemic that followed after the arrival of refugees. Offers an African American experience of a former farmer and businessman in a small rural city in northwest Tennessee.|
|SUBJECTS:|| Nunley, R. C.|
Nunley's New & Used Furniture Store.
Afro-Americans in business -- Tennessee -- Martin.
Afro-American farmers -- Tennessee -- Weakley County.
Floods -- Tennessee.
Floods -- Mississippi River.
Martin (Tenn.) -- History.
Weakley County (Tenn.) -- History.
Tennessee, West -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Sources.
|OTHER:|| Vaughan, Wilbur.|
University of Tennessee at Martin. Paul Meek Library. Special Collections.