Carter, Virginia Carr 2011-09-15

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Interviewee Name: Virginia Carr Carter

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Date: September 15, 2011

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 01:33:57


Introduction, Auditioning for Our Gang, Starting dance, Taking classes from Ernest Belcher, Different dance teachers, Travelling to California, Mother’s piano ability, Family values, Family moving to Lubbock, Texas, Brothers going to college, Community in Lubbock, Texas, Childhood home, Growing up in Lubbock, Texas, Father’s occupations, Ideas on marriage, Sandstorms, Living during the Great Depression, Resourcefulness during the Great Depression, Schools in Lubbock, Texas, Lubbock High School memories, Activities in high school, Level of education, Dance instructors in Lubbock, Bringing dancers to Lubbock, Traveling around Lubbock, Students at Lubbock High School, Movie theaters, The Cactus Theater, Barry Corbin, Interests while in high school, Plays in high school, Interests while attending Texas Tech University, Varsity show, Junior League Follies, Bill Ingram, Responsibilities as a Pi Beta Phi, College life, Locally owned businesses, Degrees at Texas Tech University, Working after college, Working in Austin, Texas, Working for Senator Montford, Being prepared, Differences working in the House and Senate, Famous people visiting the House, Brother being Speaker of the House, Gaining experience from Waggoner Carr, Hard for people to get into politics, Politicians’ accusations, Sharpstown incident, Waggoner Carr’s books, Opinions on political parties, Husband, Bill Carter’s accomplishments, Bill Carter’s life, Importance of public service, Children’s lives, Son is a volunteer fire man, Bennett Carr Campbell, Selling cars, Carr’s Corvettes & Customs, Future plans, Taking care of husband, Old memories of Texas Tech University, Loyal people at Texas Tech University, Constituent relations, Waggoner Carr’s book, Conspiracy about Jesse James, Finding Jesse James IV a job, Waggoner Carr on John F. Kennedy assassination, Warren Commission

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