Casey, Marye Kincaid 1968-12-13

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Marye Casey discusses many facets of early day life in Shallowater, Texas, including social activities, early residents and farming.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Marye Kincaid Casey

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Date: December 13, 1968

Location: Shallowater, Texas

Interviewer: Don Casey

Length: 50 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Biographical information, Moving to Lubbock County, Texas, McCrummen Family, Moving to Shallowater, Texas, Early Shallowater, School, Business - 1916-1923, Names for Shallowater, Population, Listing of residents, Windmills, Ranching and farming, Lubbock residents, Crop raised, Cars, Social life, Coyote hunting, Early church, Clubhouse uses, Christmas celebration, School and teachers, Sunday socials, First cars, Lighting - 1920s, Heating

Tape 1, Side 2: Entertainment, Lyric theater, Sewing - Quilting bees, Home demonstration agents, Weddings, Personal biography, Depression, Drought and sand storms - 1930, Shallowater to Lubbock roads, Biographical information, Shallowater - 1948, Women's Clubs, Listing of churches, Black families, Sizes of farms, Mexican population

Range Dates: 1916-1968

Bulk Dates: 1916-1948

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