Bickler, Max 1968-05-16

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Mr. Bickler discusses his early days in Austin and prominent acquaintances, including Major George W. Littlefield. No subject is considered in great depth, but a wide variety is included.

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Interviewee Name: Max Bickler

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Date: May 16, 1968

Location: Austin, Texas

Interviewer: David B. Gracy

Length: 45 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Short biography, Major Littlefield, Bank employees, Austin, Texas Railroad Association personnel, Litton building offices, Judge Stedman, personal characteristics, Major Littlefield, Political participation, T. Watt Gregory incident, Death mask of President Prather, Major Littlefield, Civil work, Mrs. Littlefield, Austin banks, American National Bank, Austin National Bank, Major Littlefield, Personality, Railroad interest, Early automobiles, Early Austin buildings, Saloons, Ben Thompson biography, Major Littlefield

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

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