United States Highway 66; Automobiles; Railroads; Education; Central Technical Institute; Libraries; Southwest Baptist University (Bolivar, Mo.); Southwest Missouri State University; Missouri State University; Soldiers
Saint Louis (Mo.); Kansas City (Mo.)
Interview with Clifford Underwood, alumni of Missouri State University, by MSU Dean of Library Services Tom Peters. Interview took place at the Grant's View Branch of the St. Louis County Libraries in Missouri, on August 25, 2016. Topics discussed include one room schools, squirrel hunting, automobile travel in the 1930s and 1940s, Route 66, heavy construction work, laborers and hod carriers, railroad construction, Central Technical Institute, libraries, books, Southwest Baptist College (later Southwest Baptist University), Southwest Missouri State University (later Missouri State University), railroad travel, boarding houses, working to pay for college, Greenwood School, meeting spouse, St. Louis Missouri, old Meramec River bridge, Kansas City Missouri, military service, and teaching.
Peters, Thomas A., 1957-
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