Elizabeth Poyner Sanderlin Oral History Interview, July 31, 1997

Oral History #OH0229

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    Title: Elizabeth Poyner Sanderlin Oral History Interview
    Creator: Jones, Lu Ann
    Sanderlin, Elizabeth Poyner
    Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
    Language: English
    Abstract: Interview (1904-1997) with home economics teacher and home demonstration agent, from Moycock, Currituck County, NC, who attended Louisburg College, 1924-1926, who taught at Salemburg, marriage and divorce, move to Baltimore, MD, 1928-1933, re-marriage to Sam Sanderlin, 1938-, work for Farmers Home Administration, with Black and White families in Currituck County, pellagra, fighting flies, 1933-; other jobs, Huddlers group, work for Home Extension Service, Elizabeth City, NC, marketing women's crafts. 4 cassettes. 6.0 hrs. Interviewer: Lu Ann Jones. Interview date: 7/31/1997, Shawboro, Currituck County, NC. Typed interview transcript by interviewer available. 38 p. Rec'd 10/28/2003.
    Extent: 0.02 Cubic feet, 4 audiocassettes, 6 hours, 38 pages ,
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    Elizabeth Poyner Sanderlin Oral History Interview (#OH0229), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

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