Brown, Lady 1981-02-24

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Lady Brown gives the history of her family home at 3101 19th Street in Lubbock, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Lady Brown

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Date: February 24, 1981

Location: Lubbock, Texas


Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Brown, Lady, Brown, Harold P. - husband, To Lubbock (September 1968), Families' histories, Education, Married (1964), History, House 2818 22nd Street (1973), Hose 3101 19th Street (1978), Job offers, Suzanna - daughter, Born (1972), Texas Tech job offer, Bo's (husband) Family history, Brown, Ruby Lee Bohanans, Mother, Brown, Harold P., Sr., Father, Brown, Jr. (again), Ranching Heritage Center, Civic involvements, Symphony, Saint Paul Episcopal Church, Lubbock Club, Heritage society, Brown, Lady, Involvements, Ranching Heritage Center, West Texas Museum, Lubbock Junior League, Phi Beta Phi Alumni Group, Saint Paul Episcopal Church, House (3101 19th Street, Lubbock, Texas), Rosenthaw, Sam - builder, Adelee, Built (1937), C. D. Sainburger Lumber Co., Inc. - contractor, Cost ($11,000), Sold to Harrison, Lacey, Purchased by Foster, Tobe in 1942, Lawsuits, Guy A. Hooper vs. Tobe Foster, C. D. Sainburger vs. Tobe Foster (c. 1943), Previous owners, Foster, Tobe, Kahn, Burk (1946), Blakes, Jim, Wiley, H. W., Hackels, Fred (1948), Purchased by the Browns (1978), Hackel, Mrs., History, Reed, Sharon Marcos - daughter, Additions, Porch (1954), Back fence, Sprinkler system, Garage (1956), Den (1961), Designed by Pearce, Dean, Swimming pool, Williams, Margaret - realtor, Description, Brown, Mr. (again), Brown, Von, Brown, George; Brown, Lady (again), House, Size, Interior appointments, Hackel, Mrs., Influence, Items, Custom made doors, Gold dipped fixtures, Servants, Layout, Light fixtures

Tape 1, Side 2: Burdock, Don, House, Double garage, Work room, Servants quarters, Neighbors, Prathers, Kennys, Underwoods, Proximity to Texas Tech

Range Dates: 1937-1981

Bulk Dates: 1950s-1970s

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