Reminiscences of Carl Hamilton : oral history, 1953.
|Creator: ||Hamilton, Carl.||Project: ||Individual interviews oral history collection. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||Transcript 735 leaves. Tape 1 reel. Miscellaneous papers relating to oral history.|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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Agricultural journalist; interviewee b. 1914.
Scope and Contents
Early life in rural Iowa; move to Wisconsin, life of Moneta community; 4-H work; Iowa State College; journalistic activity; Agricultural Adjustment Administration information work, New Deal; assistant to Secretary of Agriculture, Claude Wickard, 1940-1942; 1939 "corn problem"; assistant to Food Administrator, 1942-1943; assistant on Rural Electrification Administration matters, 1943-1945; impressions of Henry A. Wallace, M.L. Wilson, Harry Brown, Rudolph Evans, Paul Appleby, Milo Perkins, Joe Storm; discussion of relationship between Claude Wickard and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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