Eidson, Kate Helen Felt 1967-06-27

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Mrs. Eidson relates important incidents in the growth of the wool growing industry, along with activities of various persons, entertainment and recreation in Hamilton, Texas.

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Interviewee Name: Kate Helen Felt Eidson

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Date: June 27, 1967

Location: Hamilton, Texas

Interviewer: Geraldine Hampton

Length: 55 minutes


Abstract

Tape 1, Side 1: Family background, Coming to Texas, Wool buying, Wool Growers Association, Raising sheep, Transportation, School, Entertainment, Accident in hack, Parents' lives, Mother's music, Organization of Episcopal Church, Move to Meridian and Kansas City, Mrs. Eidson's marriage, Education, Life at home, Entertainment, Meeting her husband, Walking the courthouse fence, Dances, Mr. Burdan, miller

Tape 1, Side 2: Stephenville Railroad (Cotton Belt), Other recreation, Music, Church, Alice Freeman's wedding, Wool Growers picnic

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