DARE Interview : Madison, Ohio; Primary Informant OH014

  1. Full interview 1

  2. Full interview 2

  • 1967
  • Informant Data:
  • OH014: White; female; age: 56 (middle-aged); community type: rural
  • Media Files:
  • Full Interview 1 (Tape 1211-S1).
  • Content:
  • 00:30 Landscape architecture—definition, history, types, duties, clients, conflicts with industry
  • 10:40 Description of pounding woody stems to improve water supply to the plant
  • 13:15 Family history—great-great-grandfather grafted apple trees
  • 18:30 Apples—types found locally, old varieties, best type for flavor, marketability
  • 24:10 European way of growing fruit trees—described
  • 26:50 Apples—description of different varieties, where varieties are grown and why
  • 32:10 Tape end
  • Full Interview 2 (Tape 1211-S2).
  • Content:
  • 00:10 Fruit growing—effect of frost on apple trees, peach growing—length of season, varieties
  • 04:40 Landscape architecture—planting fruit trees, wildflowers
  • 08:40 Wildflowers—laws against picking them, land used for conservations
  • 14:00 Landscape architecture—Informant's job history, recent trends in the field, during the depression
  • 22:15 Tape end

Details

Fieldworker
Clark, Tom
Date
  • 1967
Publisher
  • Dictionary of American Regional English
Language
  • English
Collection
Subjects
Places
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