Gomez, Mrs Rosalie 1976-10-19

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Mrs. Rosalie Gomez discusses her experience as a Mexican-American child and the differing lifestyles of Mexican-Americans in different states.

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Interviewee Name: Mrs. Rosalie Gomez

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Date: October 19, 1976

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: David Zepeda

Length: 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Early history, Parents' birthplaces, Grandparents, Education, Grandparents, Parents, Rosalie Gomez's education, Educational aspirations for son, Occupations, Grandparents, Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gomez, Adjustments in moving from state to state, Language problems, Discrimination in Lubbock Texas, Segregation, Theaters, Occupations, Stereotyping, Women's softball league, Former sport discrimination, Team membership, Voter registration, Attitude toward voting, Mexican-American female image, Meaning of term "chicano".

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

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