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Outtakes from Women in Agriculture, Timpson High School Girls, Part I (1976)

Ouida Whitaker Dean

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  •  “There are things in Ag that you can always use.” 
  •  “Do you feel sometimes... when you do these things... that you’re working in a man’s world?” 
  •  “I don’t know about my sisters, they’re not really the type I am.” 
  •  “But what about heavy jobs?... Can you all imagine hauling some hay?” 
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These outtakes from an amateur documentary made by Ouida Whitaker Dean, “Women in Agriculture,” feature interviews with female students taking the Timpson High School agriculture class, which had just been opened to girls that year. Sitting in a barnyard, they discuss the usefulness of the class, balancing work and family, tackling chores that require physical strength, what their families think of women in agriculture, and more.