Clarice Thomas interview, 1989 Mar. 14

Thomas, Clarice

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2 tapes (1 hr. 45 min.)..
4 p..
Topics include her children and family; her experiences as a Montana ranch wife before and during the 1930s Depression; President Franklin D. Roosevelt's welfare programs, including the WPA, the CCC, and the Production Credit Association (PCA); her home in the town of Shawmut; making and selling apple-box furniture; social activities; the role of women in health care; living without electricity; drought; welfare dependency; and Christianity.
Interviewed by John Terreo on 14 Mar. 1989 in Townsend, Mont., as part of the repository's New Deal in Montana/Fort Peck Dam Oral History Project.
Forms part of: New Deal in Montana/Fort Peck Dam Oral History Project.

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