Born in Tennessee in 1935, Clay Manley spent his childhood moving throughout the Southeast.
His father was a supervisor for the Blair Construction company which took government
contracts, first as a part of the New Deal, and then as a result of wartime production.
After graduating from Mercer University, Manley attended Union Theological Seminary
in New York and became a Baptist minister in Georgia.
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Topics: Rationing, Military Training, War in Europe, Postwar America