Dotts, Betty 2015-09-23

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This interview features Betty Dotts. Dotts discusses her husband Ted and his role as a Methodist minister. Dotts talks about living in various communities in West Texas and she and her husband’s involvement with marginalized groups and their efforts in promoting civil rights

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Betty Dotts

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Date: September 23, 2015

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: David Marshall

Length: 01:33:38


Parents and background, Ted’s background and childhood, Ted’s personality, Meeting Ted, Ted in the military, Ted’s maturing after military, In Dallas at SMU, Ropesville and gin camps, Moving to Abilene, Becoming district superintendent

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Transcript: Transcript available on Dspace

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