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Scope and Content The collection contains a handwritten version and a typed copy of a speech titled "The North Georgia Cracker as a Citizen and Farmer," which Howard W. Newman presented at a meeting of the Georgia State Agricultural Society in Waycross, Georgia, in 1888. In the speech, Newman humorously describes the inhabitants of North Georgia through personal anecdotes. The printed copy of the speech indicates that the audience applauded throughout.
Dates: 1888, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains a transcript of a speech delivered by James Hope Tigner for the National Fertilizer Association and the Atlanta Journal. It was an installment in a series called the "Radio Farm Short Program," and details Tigner's advice for cotton farmers in Georgia. The speech contains information on cotton staple length as well as annual production of cotton bales versus annual consumption in the state.