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Gordon T. Conklin oral histories, 1984-1985.

Author: Gordon T Conklin; Laurie K Todd
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews with Conklin conducted by Laurie K. Todd, 1984-85. Includes his personal history and observations of people and events that have shaped New York agriculture: growing up on a farm in Cuba, New York; student experiences; professional experiences as a farm loan officer, agricultural extension agent, and editor; the relationship between the AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST and THE  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Named Person: Howard Conklin; John Dillon; E R Eastman; Charles Edmund Palm; Fred Sexauer
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon T Conklin; Laurie K Todd
OCLC Number: 64074603
In: New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Historical Documentation Program oral histories
Description: 3 tape recordings. 132 p. of transcripts.

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Tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews with Conklin conducted by Laurie K. Todd, 1984-85. Includes his personal history and observations of people and events that have shaped New York agriculture: growing up on a farm in Cuba, New York; student experiences; professional experiences as a farm loan officer, agricultural extension agent, and editor; the relationship between the AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST and THE RURAL NEW YORKER, the New York State Farm Bureau, Dairymen's League (now Dairylea), Eastern Milk Producers, New York State Grange and the Grange League Federation, and the New York State College of Agriculture; impressions of how politics influenced the production of sugar beets in Cayuga County during the 1960s, agricultural tax laws, efforts to preserve farm land, and the use of pesticides.

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