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[[Category: Needs Review ]] [[Category: 1970s]] [[Category: Non-Interview Historic Recordings]] [[Category: Archives]] [[Category: Fort Concho]]

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Segment of a television program, "90 Minutes," broadcast on KCTV in San Angelo, in which Fred Carpenter of the Southwest Collection and Stephen Schmidt of the Fort Concho Restoration and Museum discuss their activities in collecting and preserving historical materials.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Fred Carpenter

Additional Parties Recorded: Stephen Schmidt

Date: September 8, 1970

Location: San Angelo, Texas


Length: 10 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Schmidt discusses the Fort Concho Restoration and Museum, Became director in 1967, Possibility of establishing an outdoor theater discussed, Meaning of "archives" explained, Describes group of recently acquired papers, Carpenter reviews his recent collecting activities, Listing of ways people can help in collecting historical material

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1967-1970

Bulk Dates: 1967-1970

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