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Shared histories : the Harlin family and Gainesville, Missouri

Author: Thomas A CarterJim BakerJohn HarlinChris HarlinMissy HarlinAll authors
Publisher: [Springfield, Mo.] : Missouri State University, ©2006.
Series: OzarksWatch video magazine.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Videocassette : English
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Part of a series of programs that presents and preserves the unique heritage of the Ozarks. In this segment, Jim Baker interviews John, Chris, and Missy Harlin, whose family settled in Gainesville, Mo., in Ozark County, in 1869, and in 1894 founded the Bank of Gainesville. It was renamed Century Bank of the Ozarks in 1994. The Harlins discuss their family's early days in Gainesville, the history of banking in the  Read more...
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Named Person: Harlan family.
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas A Carter; Jim Baker; John Harlin; Chris Harlin; Missy Harlin; Missouri State University.; Ozarks Public Television.; Ozarks Studies Institute.
OCLC Number: 151219999
Notes: Title from DVD label.
An Ozarks Public Television production. Produced through the Missouri State Ozarks Studies Institute.
DVD version of a television program broadcast on Ozarks Public Television, Springfield, Mo.
Credits: Executive producers, Jim Baker, Paul Kincaid ; camera, Tom Carter, Steve Wynn ; editor, Steve Wynn ; music, Percy Wenrich, Art Galbraith.
Performer(s): Host/interviewer, Jim Baker ; guests, John Harlin, Chris Harlin, Missy Harlin.
Description: 1 videodisc (30 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R format.
Series Title: OzarksWatch video magazine.
Other Titles: Harlin family and Gainesville, Missouri
Responsibility: producer-director, Tom Carter.

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Part of a series of programs that presents and preserves the unique heritage of the Ozarks. In this segment, Jim Baker interviews John, Chris, and Missy Harlin, whose family settled in Gainesville, Mo., in Ozark County, in 1869, and in 1894 founded the Bank of Gainesville. It was renamed Century Bank of the Ozarks in 1994. The Harlins discuss their family's early days in Gainesville, the history of banking in the community, and the strong sense of place and belonging that is forged over several generations. Gives background on the Old Harlin House Cafe in Gainesville.

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