Phillips, Mrs H N 1972
Mrs. Phillips, a historian, talks about his family and her proposed history of Midland County.
General Interview Information
Interviewee Name: Mrs. H.N. Phillips
Additional Parties Recorded: None
Location: Midland, Texas
Interviewer: Paul Patterson
Length: 1 hour
Tape 1, Side 1: Gives background,
Grandparents were pioneers,
Talks about early schools,
Law and order commented on,
Tells grandfather’s role in Civil War,
Recounts experiences with storms and droughts,
Midland’s history described,
Tells about Baptist Church organization,
Wrote Glasscock County history,
Midland’s prospects summarized,
Remembers experiences in Washington, D. C.,
World War II effects felt.
Tape 1, Side 2: Continues discussion of World War II,
Enjoys writing heritage of Midland County,
Restoration of house started,
Windmills were prominent,
Has Civil War Centennial memento.
Range Dates: None Given
Bulk Dates: None Given
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