|AUTHOR:||Dodd, Frank, 1917-|
|TITLE:||An interview with Frank Dodd a resident of Martin, Tennessee reminisces about the community's early days /|
|PLACE:||Martin, TN :|
|PUBLISHER:||University of Tennessee at Martin, Paul Meek Library, Special Collections,|
|FORMAT:||1 sound cassette (38 min.) : analog, 2 track, mono. + 1 tape index (1 p. ; 28 cm.)|
|SERIES:||Oral history tapes (University of Tennessee at Martin) ; 004|
|NOTES:||Recorded by Weakley County State Bicentennial Committee at Martin, Tennessee, July - August 1995. Frank Dodd describes in detail the sites and sounds of a small northwest Tennessee city from the 1920's to the 1940's. He mentions local business establishments, schools and major events of significance to the community.|
|SUBJECTS:|| Dodd, Frank, -- 1917-|
Hall-Moody Institute (Martin, Tenn.)
Dodd & Sons Dry Goods Store.
O. J. Hopkins Grocery Store.
Tennessee Valley Authority.
University of Tennessee at Martin -- History.
Martin (Tenn.) -- History.
Weakley County (Tenn.) -- History.
Tennessee, West -- History.
United States -- Civilization -- 1918-1945 -- Sources.
Covington (Tenn.) -- History.