Dobie, J Frank 1960-09-20

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This is a tape recording of a record album made by folklorist J. Frank Dobie in Austin on Domino Records. He reads excerpts from his books The Longhorns, Tales of Old-Time Texas, and I’ll Tell You a Tale.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: J. Frank Dobie

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Date: September 20, 1960

Location: Austin, Texas


Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: 'The Ghost Bull of the Mavericks" from The Longhorns, Story of trying to capture a wild bull, "The Dream That Saved Wilbarger" from Tales of Old-Time Texas, A man survives being scalped because of a woman's dream

Tape 1, Side 2: "Diamond bill, Confederate Ally" from Tales of Old-Time Texas, "Too Much Pepper" from Tales of Old-Time Texas, "Droughted Out" from I'll Tell You a Tale

Range Dates: 1960

Bulk Dates: 1960

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