Albus, Mr and Mrs Leonard 1980-06-29

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Leonard Albus and his wife talk about life in the community of Pep.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Albus

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Date: June 29, 1980

Location: Pep, Texas

Interviewer: Betty Cox

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Leonard Albus, Father, From Iowa, Mother, From Nebraska, Brothers and sisters, Move to Pep, Texas (1924), Land purchase, German language, Home, School, Buffalo herds, Newspaper, Littlefield, Texas, Levelland, Texas, World War II, Discrimination, 1930s Depression, Cotton marketing, Feed marketing, Cattle marketing, Drought, Food preservation, Pork

Tape 1, Side 2: World War II, Registration, Brothers, Barbequed buffalo, Ku Klux Klan, Rhineland, Texas, Church, Alternating Priest, Trip to Pep, Car trouble, Recreation (1950), Baseball, Tennis, Croquet, Dominoes, Fourth of July, Yellow House Ranch, W. T. Jungman, Fiddle, Dances, Saturday nights, Children

Range Dates: 1924-1950s

Bulk Dates: 1924-1950s

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