Coleman, Jerry 2003-05-02

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Jerry Coleman reminisces about his family life, radio life, and life at TTU. This is a follow-up to the April 9, 2003 interview.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Jerry Coleman

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Date: May 02, 2003

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Tiffany Naylor

Length: 00:36:36


Introduction; Background/follow up; Experiences at TTU; Tuition costs; Housing/lodging; Classes sizes; Student-teacher relationships; Parenting now and then; 95% Caucasian; Football games; Changes since the 50’s; The buildings; The enrollment; John T. Montford, former chancellor; Cultural; The boarding houses; Relationship with “Snuff”; Traveling and the service; Towns of living; Lubbock atmosphere; Different personalities on the radio; “Hi-D-Ho Hit Parade”; Radio show at the drive-in; Stories and music; Greatest accomplishment; Biggest regret.

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Transcript: No transcript available

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