Date of Award
Master of Science
C. E. Allred
The object of this study is to show the quality of cotton grown in the various counties, and the state as a whole, relative to grade, staple and character; also the extent to which farmers are paid on a basis of quality, and the extent to which central market values are reflected in the local market. Certain markets were selected as representative of the various types of markets through which the farmers ordinarily sell their cotton.
Stewart, Odum, "An analysis of the quality of Tennessee cotton crop of 1928 and its relation to price. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1929.