Fulton, Lester Lee and Ethel Moore 1972-02-01

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Lester Lee Fulton and Ethel Moore Fulton, long-time residents of Terry County, Texas, discuss their lives and education careers in Brownfield, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Lester Lee and Ethel Moore Fulton

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Date: February 1, 1972

Location: Brownfield, Texas

Interviewer: Katherine Hamilton

Length: 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Lester Lee Fulton, Born Freestone County Texas (October 14, 1898), Ethel Moore Fulton Born Waco Texas (January 17, 1902), Occupations, Teaching, Marriage (September 7, 1921), Lester Lee Fulton (again), To Terry County, Texas (1903), By covered wagon, Education, Gomez Texas, Location of home, Description of half-dugout, Cow chips used as fuel, Vegetation in area, Description of Gomez, Father transported supplies, First post office in Terry County, School in Gomez, Amusements, Churches in Gomez, Ethel Moore Fulton (again), To Terry County (1919), Teaching job, First impression of Brownfield, First meeting with husband, Lester Lee Fulton (again), Dances, Schools where he taught, Ethel Moore Fulton (again), First teaching job Scudday School, Lester Lee Fulton (again), Transported supplies, Ethel Moore Fulton (again), Years spent teaching, Principal. Jessie G. Randal School (1941), Lester Lee Fulton (again), Terry County School Superintendent (1938), Description of Administration Building at West Texas, State University Canyon Texas, Changes in Terry County, First cotton gin in Terry County.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1898-1938

Bulk Dates: 1902-1938

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