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|Title:||Oral history with Mr. Brodie Crump, businessman and journalist|
|Date:||1974 Feb. 26|
Oral history. Interview conducted on February 26, 1974 with Mr. Brodie Crump at his home in Greenville, Mississippi. Crump was born in 1898 in Greenville, Mississippi. After attending Mississippi A&M College, now Mississippi State University, Crump began his business career as a cotton broker. General A. G. Paxton, commanding officer of the Dixie Division, a National Guard unit, was one of the more important buyers in the Greenville area. After retiring to his land in the 1940's, he began writing a column, "Mostly Old Stuff" for the Delta Democrat-Times after the Carter family bought out this newspaper. Both his newspaper column and his recollections in this oral history detail the past scenes of over half a century of Greenville, a Mississippi River town.
Electronic version made available through a National Leadership Grant for Libraries from the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
|Types:||Transcripts | Oral histories|
|Subjects:||Crump, Brodie | African American businesspeople--Mississippi | African American journalists--Mississippi--Greenville | African American men--Mississippi | Cotton manufacture--Mississippi | Cotton trade--Mississippi | Textile industry--Mississippi | College students--Mississippi | Civil rights--Mississippi | Mississippi--Politics and government | Journalism--Mississippi | University of Southern Mississippi | Greenville (Miss.) | Washington County (Miss.) | Delta (Miss. : Region)|
|Collection:||USM Oral History|
|Institution:||University of Southern Mississippi Libraries|
|Contributors:||Caudill, Orley B. | Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage | University of Southern Mississippi. Libraries|
|Online Publisher:||Hattiesburg, Miss.: University of Southern Mississippi Libraries | 2002-02-06|
Mississippi Oral History Program of the University of Southern Mississippi, vol. 53, McCain Library, University of Southern Mississippi.
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