Bean, Pauline 1975-09-19

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Pauline Bean speaks of her association with Texas Tech and her activities with various volunteer organizations in Lubbock, Texas. Her husband, Russell Bean, was the son of Judge George R. Bean. This tape was recorded on the day that Mrs. Bean received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Texas Tech College of Home Economics.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Pauline Bean (Mrs. Russell)

Additional Parties Recorded:

Date: September 19, 1975

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Jo Anna Shurbet

Length: 35 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Family background, Texas Tech (1932-1936), Family educational expectations, Influence on life, Home Economics faculty, Treatment of students, Regard for faculty, Value of education, Children, Value of education, First husband's death, Participation in volunteer organizations, Preparations for children's adulthood, Work with Texas Tech Museum (1950-1975), Fist Methodist Church choirs, Lubbock Women's Club, Altrusa Club, Women of the Year (1975), Chamber of Commerce, Fine arts, Recreational possibilities in Lubbock, Regional values of art, Husband's father, Judge George R. Bean, Friendliness of Lubbock, Value of hard work, Aid of education in becoming homemaker

Tape 1, Side 2: Association with Texas Tech faculty, Sannie Callan, Home management house, First baby

Range Dates: 1932-1975

Bulk Dates: 1932-1975

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