Anne G. Hammett discusses her early education in Glyndon, Minnesota, and then at the Agricultural College of North Dakota and Minnesota State Teachers College. She also talks about recreation, the church, and aspects of life during the Great Depression.
Anne G. Hammett attended the Agricultural College of North Dakota and Minnesota State Teachers College.
Date of Interview
Kathryn Ann Johnk, Margaret Johnk Cheney, Steven Johnk, Ole G. Thortvedt, Ingeborg Midgarden Thortvedt , Orabel Thortvedt, Eva Maline Thortvedt, Levi Thortvedt, Hank Peterson, Mrs. Richards
Concordia Lutheran Church (Glyndon, Minn.), Hudson's Bay Company, North Dakota Agricultural College, Moorhead State Teachers College, The Bowler, Glyndon High School, Wheelock and Wheelock, Pirie’s Café, Mrs. Blow's Sewing Center, International Dairy Queen, Inc., National Biscuit Company, United States. Works Progress Administration, Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.), Moorhead Country Club, Industrial Workers of the World
Minnesota, North Dakota, Minnesota—Moorhead, Norway, North Dakota—Fargo, Illinois—Chicago, New Mexico, Missouri—Saint Louis, Minnesota—Oakport (Township)
Frontier and pioneer life, Indians of North America, College students, Great Depression
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Oral History | United States History
Hammett, Anne G., "Oral Interview of Anne G. Hammett" (1974). Oral Interviews. 54.