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

Ouida Whitaker Dean

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  •  “Did you ever think you’d be doing something like this?” 
  •  “Will you tell us a little how your life is different from your mother’s?” 
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These outtakes from an amateur documentary made by Ouida Whitaker Dean, “Women in Agriculture,” feature an interview with Mrs. Richardson, a woman working in agriculture in the East Texas town of Timpson in 1976. This interview was part of a project to document the changing roles of women in agriculture. While she processes chickens in her farm yard, Mrs. Richardson answers students’ questions regarding generational differences in farm work and improvements to the industry that she has witnessed.