Dupree, George W 1975-07-30

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Amarillo engineer George W. Dupree, son of Lubbock attorney George Dupree, discusses his life as a student at Texas Tech.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: George W. Dupree

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Date: July 30, 1975

Location: Amarillo, Texas

Interviewer: Neil Sapper

Length: 50 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Lubbock, Texas, High School (1934), To Lubbock, Texas (1928), Family home and neighborhood, Texas Tech, Selection, Career decision, Lubbock public schools faculty, Texas Tech, Early registration, Albert Cunningham, E. Richard Heineman, Alan L. Strout, James M. Gordon, Arthur Leidigh, School of Engineering (1934), Departments, Classes, Pre-professional organizations, Course loads, Campus activities, John C. Granbury, Archie Bahm, Social activities, Wilma Nelson Dupree, Laboratory facilities, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Scholarship

Tape 1, Side 2: MIT (continued), Department of Electronics, Texas Tech comparison, Employment history, Relationship with Texas Tech, Texas Tech, Faculty, Education, Careers of classmates, Distinguished Engineer (1975), Annual engineering show, Campus and programs (1930s and 1970s), Part-time employment, Lack of automobiles, Economic situation at Texas Tech (1930s), Impact of Texas Tech on life, Amarillo College

Range Dates: 1934-1970s

Bulk Dates: 1934-1970s

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