Interview with Frank Mitchener, August 15, 2016
Collection: Mississippi Agriculture Oral History Collection
Frank Mitchener was born in 1933 in Sumner, Mississippi. He attended Davidson College before serving in the army for two years. Mitchener was a farmer and agricultural leader in the Delta. He served as the president of the Delta Council and the National Cotton Council. In this interview, he talks about advocating for the deregulation of the cotton industry and the impact of pesticides on agriculture.
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Frank MItchener and Brian Williams, “Interview with Frank Mitchener, August 15, 2016,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed July 7, 2020, http://russelllibraryoralhistory.org/RBRL420MA/RBRL420MA-021.