Jones, Don L 1973-04-18

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Right here will be a general overview of the oral history interview. It will be roughly 3-5 sentences for new interviews, shorter for older interviews. (no summary on website located)

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Tape 1, Side 1: Career in agriculture discussed, Spent two years at Chillicothe agricultural station, Appointed superintendent of Texas A & M, Agricultural Extension Service, Lubbock (1925), Reviews history of cotton farming on South Plains, New methods introduced, Early use of Mexican labor, Area converted to mechanized farming early, Notes wages paid to laborers, Use of sled harvesters described, Lists types of cotton strippers used over the years, Development of storm proof cotton boll important, Resistance to machine harvesting recalled,

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