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Title
Interview with Mrs. J.C. Forkner / Interview 'Morning People' Navelencia
Date Created and/or Issued
1980-06-06
1981-05-02
Contributing Institution
Fresno County Public Library
Collection
California Revealed from Fresno County Public Library
Rights Information
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Description
Mrs. J.C. Forkner, is the wife of J.C. Forkner of Fresno's Fig Garden area. Mr. Forkner, was a land developer in the north part of Fresno, using dynamite to break up hard pan soil to plant Fig Trees. He bought so many Ford tractors, that Henry Ford came to visit him. He also subdivided the land. Side B is Morning People of Navelencia. These are the interviews with the farmers who meet every morning for coffee at a diner in town.
Type
sound
Format
Original
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
cfcpl_00007
Language
English
Provenance
Fresno County Public Library
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