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Outtakes from Women in Agriculture, Mrs. Hairgrove (1976)

Ouida Whitaker Dean

Sound | 1976

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  •  Mrs. Hairgrove relates the history of her dairy business, starting with the jersey cow her father gave her on her wedding day 
  •  Mrs. Hairgrove explains some of the equipment used in her dairy barn 
  •  “Mrs. Hairgrove, how many head of cow did you milk a day?” 
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These outtakes from an amateur documentary made by Ouida Whitaker Dean, “Women in Agriculture,” feature an interview with Mrs. Hairgrove, a female farmer in the East Texas town of Timpson. This interview was part of a project to document the changing roles of women in agriculture. In her dairy barn, Mrs. Hairgrove discusses the history of her business and explains the equipment used.