Bush, Paul 2014-06-05

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This interview, a follow-up to the May 12, 2014 interview, features Paul Bush discussing working at Lubbock Electric for the past seventy years. Bush also describes his love of vintage cars and the various social organizations he has belonged to.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Paul Bush

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Date: June 05, 2014

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: David Marshall

Length: 02:12:58


Early enterprises and purchasing his green pick-up, Job at Anderson Young Electric, Racing to rewind washing machine motors, Aspects of the electrical company business, Dating his future wife Mae, The start of Lubbock Electric, Bush’s short enlistment in the Navy, Customers, jobs worked on, Competition in the electrical field in Lubbock, Working with the cotton gin companies, Lubbock Electric at its peak of business, Racetrack business in San Diego and Lubbock, Interest in vintage cars, Involvement with civic clubs, American Business Club, Lubbock Electrics 70th Anniversary

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Transcript: Transcript available on Dspace


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