- Creation Date
- August, 1990
The talk here with Thomas Wait & Maxine Hodges is interesting in that they’re die-hard summertime Slabbers who can’t wait to leave and yet don’t have the resources to make this happen. Tom picks up a rattlesnake by the tail at beginning of tape, but mumbles while speaking and is hard to understand. Maxine comes across as a “welfare mom” with four kids at age 23 and on S.S.I. These two are a potentially good interview, but his poor enunciation and general dark color tone of video are an issue at times.
- Physical Description
videotape; 22 minutes, 19 seconds
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