Bullard, Mr and Mrs Mitt 1978-05-09

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Mr. and Mrs. Bullard reminisce about their childhoods with emphasis on holiday celebrations and customs.

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Interviewee Name: Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Bullard

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Date: May 9, 1978

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Bertie Bow Long

Length: 1 hour, 15 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Mrs. Bullard, Hart, Texas (1909), Cleo Hankins, Maiden name, High school graduation, Tulia, Texas, Tulia's Birthday Celebration (July 17), Picnic, Dancing, Music, Speeches, Attire, Fourth of July celebration, Armistice Day, Transportation, Mr. Bullard, Floyd County, Texas, Fourth of July celebration, Chicken anecdote, Picnics, Fort Welch, First motor boat, Rodeos, Greased pig contest, Floyd County Fair, Circus, Mr. and Mrs. Bingham, Barn building, Cotton picking, Snowstorm, Baseball, Thanksgiving celebration, Church services, Community dinner, Christmas celebration, Trees, Gifts, Bellas Hess mail order catalogue, "Fascinators"

Tape 1, Side 2: Christmas celebrations (continued), Cow chips as fuel, Community Christmas tree, School programs, Horseback riding, Mrs. Bullard, Christmas celebrations, Gifts, Music, Thanksgiving celebrations, Offering, Foods eaten

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