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Katie Crump focuses on social and cultural life in early Lubbock and talks about the occasional severe weather on the South Plains.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Katie Bell Crump

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Date: July 9, 1958

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Jean A. Paul

Length: 1 hour


Abstract

Tape 1, Side 1: Earliest recollection of Lubbock, roofing the courthouse (24), Severe weather on South Plains: Sandstorms (48), Blizzards (81), Early school carried on in a dugout (283), Description of farm home (421), Burning corn in stove (601), Description of Early Lubbock (660)

Tape 1, Side 2: Lubbock residential district, 1900s (7), Tree-planting projects in Lubbock (86), Mr. J. D. Caldwell and his store (131), Tremont hotel in Lubbock (218), Early city school system (280), School activities (320), Judge Beaty and his ice-skates (385), Sleighs and sleds in Lubbock (409), Frozen windmills in Lubbock (482), Ranch life for a small girl (545), Ranch amusements (633), Coyote hunting (666), Horseback riding (705), Wolf hunts from autos (762), Regular trips from ranch to town (824)

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