Baker, Mrs Hayden 1981-06-23

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Mrs. Hayden Baker reminisces about her family and past.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Mrs. Hayden Baker

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Date: June 23, 1981

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Richard Mason

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Family history, To Lubbock, Texas (1916), Health reasons, Wilson Alexander Gumm, father, Narcisse Clementine Brown, mother, Travel (1916), Passenger trains, Lubbock (1916), School buildings, Texas Tech University, Founding, To New Mexico (1922-1930), Land, Forsey, Texas (1918-1922), Crops raised, Childhood chores, Johnson family, Education, Building, Construction, Marriage, Neighbors, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, General store, Cream separating, Church of Christ, Services, Summer revivals, Elderly people, Care

Tape 1, Side 2: California, Relatives, Elderly people, Discipline, Father, Mother, Childhood behavior, Entertainment, Games, Farmer-in-the-Dell, Snap, Sunday afternoon courting, Born (February 2, 1907), Quilt making, Cow chips, Harvests, Broom corn, Corn pulling, Rain, Social changes, Washing machines, Gas powered, Laundry day, Hayden Baker, husband, Financial management, Singer sewing machine

Range Dates: 1916-1930

Bulk Dates: 1916-1930

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