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This interview is one of a series conducted concerning rural life in West Virginia. The main focus is on education. At the time of the interview, Mrs. Maude Langdon was residing in Huntington, West Virginia. However, a former resident of Logan County, West Virginia, Mrs. Langdon reminisces about the seventy-nine years she spent in that area. She discusses her childhood, her experiences as a teacher, and her work as a postmistress at Chapmansville, West Virginia. The interview also includes a discussion of the courtship customs prevalent during Mrs. Langdon's youth.
Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-107.
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Marshall University Special Collections, OH64-107, Huntington, WV.
Library of Congress Subjects
Langdon, Maude, 1891- -- Autobiography.
Rural schools -- West Virginia -- Oral histories.
Community life -- West Virginia -- Oral histories.