|I was born 23 years ago in Billings, Montana, the son of tenant farmers. When I was six years old my mother died from the result of over work, of having had too many children, and poverty. I suppose the constant worry over the welfare of my brother who had gone to France with the A.E.F. at the age of seventeen was a contribution factor. >>more...>>
Title: Smith, Michael B., Autobiography
Author: Smith, Michael B.
Source: FDR Library, Joseph P. Lash Papers
Publisher: Lash Papers, FDRL
- Student Autobiographies
Notes: Written while attending the 1935 Student League for Industrial Democracy Summer Leadership Institute (SLID).