Bollin, Kathy, 11/14/2001
Scope and Contents
The Kathy Bollin interview follows her life chronologically from a challenging childhood in a prosperous southern California suburb to a wife and mother in an alternative lifestyle in rural Iowa. The bulk of the interview describes the Bollin family struggles with the Federal Land Bank in the 1980s . In the interview, Linn candidly relates her sense of delight in family life and the devastation of her family as a result of the crisis. She believes that the publicity around her family’s struggles spurred reform legislation, but the reforms came too late to help them.
- Creation: 11/14/2001
- From the Collection: Rural Women's Project (University of Iowa. Libraries. Iowa Women's Archives) (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English