George, Mrs J Raymond 1981-06-29

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Mrs. J. Raymond George reminisces about her past and talks about changes she has seen in her lifetime.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Mrs. J. Raymond George

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Date: June 29, 1981

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Richard Mason

Length: 55 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Born New Boston Texas, Dr. I. M. Ball grandfather, Father, First National Bank, Lubbock Texas (1920s), Churches, Streets, J. Raymond George husband, Family, First meeting, Lubbock Dry Goods Co., New Mexico ranch, Isolation, Commodity market, Great Depression, Town life, Saturdays, Texas Tech University, Locating, Celebration, Students, Paul W. Horn president, William Waghorne Music Department chairman, Charles D. Eaves History professor, William Gates English professor, James Gordon Liberal Arts Dean, Classroom space, Football team, Fan support, Out-of-town games, Childhood, Musical studies., Father, First National Bank, County Assessor, Real estate business, Lubbock Avalanche, Daily delivery begins (1923).

Tape 1, Side 2: Decision not to have children, Birth control methods, Ration of men to women, Widow's problems, Church work, Elderly people, Family care, Childhood, Family decision-makers, Behavior, Younger generation, Changes, Manners, Dress, Discipline, Texas Tech, Campus (1928), University Avenue.

Range Dates: 1920s

Bulk Dates: 1920s

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