Ott Wilson's family purchased a house in Bath, Ohio in the early 20th century, and rented farm land from C.O. Hale, of the Hale Farm, during the 1920s and 1930s. Ott, his father and brothers did farmwork on their land and for Mr. Hale, as well as Hale's neice, Clara Belle Ritchie, who later owned the property. This is Ott's second interview on the topic. He shares more information on farming activities and working on the Hale Farm. He also provides information about the Hale and Ritchie families.
Wilson, Ott (interviewee)
Conklin, Carolyn (interviewer)
Cuyahoga Valley Project
"Ott Wilson Interview, July 2011" (2011). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 518038.
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