OH102: Black; female; age: 35 (young); education: high school; community type: urban
Arthur the Rat. Speaker: OH102 (4:05)
Full Interview 1 (Tape 1283-S1).
00:20 Arthur the Rat
04:30 Education—importance of Latin in college prep school, separation of students for college prep or general classes, names of different levels, requirement differences, summer school, name of prep school, year prep test is taken
13:20 Informant’s opinion about witchcraft, difference between witches and fortune tellers
17:20 Town boundaries, recent re-zoning, differences between business district and residential district
20:35 Buses—frequency, cost, Informant’s use
29:15 Ohio River—who owns it, who pays for it, names of bridges
31:25 Jobs in Kentucky
32:35 Tape end
Full Interview 2 (Tape 1283-S2).
00:05 Validity of teacher’s or nurse’s certification across state lines, discussion of people living in one state and working in another, cost of transportation between states, distances
05:30 Boating licenses, driver’s licenses, hunting and fishing licenses
08:50 Story about catching suckerfish
10:10 Way taxes are deducted in other cities compared to Cincinnati, advantages of working in another state with lower taxes
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