The Great Depression
Mrs. Antonini discusses her family's life during the Great Depression.
Dr. Axton focused on tobacco during the Depression years. He gives background on the tobacco industry in Kentucky and discusses the sale of tobacco and cigarettes during these years.
The narrator discusses his recollections of the Depression.
Being a college student during the Depression. The transcript consists of excerpts from interviews that were designed to reflect student life during the Depression. Financial, domestic and international issues of the time are also touched upon.
The Depression years 1929-1945.
Remembrances of college life during the Depression.
Mrs. Holbert discusses her life during the Great Depression in rural Owen County, Kentucky.
This tape consists of four separate interviews with church leaders who had congregations during the Depression. They discuss the economic situation of their congregations; F.D.R.; Father Coughlin; facilities provided by the church and their personal feeli
Depression days in Seattle.
Louisville during the Depression. Riester, who was a jeweller, discusses his recollections of the Depression. Note: a brief transcript is available, which may cover the entire interview. The original tape is no longer available.