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Thornton Lomax describes his experiences as a pilot during World War I, and in the oil industry after that war.
General Interview Information
Interviewee Name: Thornton Lomax
Additional Parties Recorded: None
Date: January 15, 1982
Location: Dallas, Texas
Interviewer: Richard Mason
Length: 1 hour, 35 minutes
Tape 1, Side 1: Military enlistment (1917),
Reasons for choice,
Tape 1, Side 2: Airplanes (continued),
Flying by instinct,
Tape 2, Side 1: Employment (continued),
Oil business (continued),
County clerk's office,
Burkburnett, Texas (1920),
Oil field workers,
Palm Beach suits,
Attitude towards military personnel.
Tape 2, Side 2: Oil men,
Range Dates: 1917-1920s
Bulk Dates: 1917-1920s
Original Recording Format:
Recording Format Notes:
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