|TITLE:||An interview with Nannie Chandler|
|PLACE:||Martin, TN :|
|PUBLISHER:||University of Tennessee at Martin, Paul Meek Library, Special Collections,|
|FORMAT:||1 sound cassette (42 min.) : analog, 2 track, mono. + 1 tape index (1 p. ; 28 cm.)|
|SERIES:||Oral history tapes (University of Tennessee at Martin) ; 033|
|NOTES:||Recorded by Weakley County State Bicentennial Committee at Martin, Tennessee, July - August 1995. A description of Dresden and Martin, Tennessee from the 1910's to the 1940's. Includes recollections on the Great Depression, the New Deal era and social clubs in rural northwest Tennessee during the 1930's. Also discusses the Civilian Conservation Corps in Dresden, agricultural development and community efforts during the Second World War.|
|SUBJECTS:|| Chandler, Nannie.|
Ellis, R. E., -- 1881-1949.
Civilian Conservation Corps.
Rural conditions -- Tennessee.
Agriculture -- History -- Tennessee -- Weakley County.
Dresden (Tenn.) -- History.
Martin (Tenn.) -- History.
Weakley County (Tenn.) -- History.
Tennessee -- History -- 1901-1953 -- Sources.
|OTHER:|| Ogilvie, Charles.|
University of Tennessee at Martin. Paul Meek Library. Special Collections.