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Jess Glover recalls his early life in Taylor County, Texas, and Floyd County, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Jess Glover

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Date: February 27, 1975

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Interviewer: Brenda Jackson

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Abstract

Tape 1, Side 1: Birth Taylor County Texas (1897), Parents D. H. and Elizabeth Glover, To Floyd County Texas (1916), From King County Texas (by buggy), House (frame), Chores done, First job, Chopping cotton, Christmas (family), Flu epidemic (World War I), Floydada Texas, businesses, Floydada churches, Quanah Acme and Pacific Railroad (1928), Drop in cotton prices (c. 1929), Depression (1930s), Cotton market, Floydada events, Construction, Doctors in Floydada, First gasoline station, Use of butane, Dugouts, Hearses, First automobile, First automobile owned 91924), Wedding (1920).

Tape 1, Side 2: School in Taylor County, Clyde Barrow, Ranches and ranchers (King and Floyd Counties), Dr. Andrews, Dr. Thacker, Dr. Kimbell, Road across Blanco Canyon.

Range Dates: 1897-1930s

Bulk Dates: 1916-1930s


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