Interview with William Simmons
QUESTION 2
Prudence Arndt:

WHAT WAS THE, WHAT WAS THAT LIKE, THE STATE AS A WHOLE IN TERMS OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THE ATMOSPHERE?

William Simmons:

Well, the atmosphere was, as far as I know, was unchanged from time as long as I remember. We have always had in the South a civility and a courtesy between all people, and those times certainly were no exception to that general rule.