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Glumper relates episodes in his life: antelope hunting, farm and family life.

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Interviewee Name: Glumper

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Length: 2 hours


Tape 1, Side 1: Description of antelope, Hunting, Prairie, Silver Lake, Work - plentiful for hardworker, Prayer meetings, School house, Box shed, Butchered beef, Weekly event, Cottage cheese making process, Farming, Used teams, Friendships recalled, Description of working livestock, House on prairie, Built by landlord, Inhabited with wife until 1944, Description of landholdings, Divided among his children.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

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