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This is an interview with William McLean, which had previously been recorded and has been included in the "Patchwork of Dependency: The Effects of WWII on Edwards County, Kansas" project conducted by the Kinsley Public Library, as an example of a man with a farm deferment who invented a silo unloader because of the shortage of help during the war. Also included in the folder is an article from the Kansas Farmer, dated March 2, 1957, titled "Kansas-Invented Silo Unloader Develops Into Progressive Business of Silage Equipment, Inc., Wichita" by Carl Eiche.

Creator: McLean, William
Date: November 02, 2005

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Item Number: 227251
Call Number: 2010-176.01
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 227251

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