Greener, Herman Buddy 1980-06-22

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Herman Greener discusses childhood memories of Pep, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Herman Greener

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Date: June 22, 1980

Location: Morton, Texas

Interviewer: Betty Cox

Length: 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Families in Pep Texas (1980), Hockley County, Homestead maps, Tar and feathering of Father Keller, Still (1930s), Prohibition, Anecdote: fire in barn where whiskey was stored, Childhood memories, Harvest, Anecdote about whiskey found in feed sock, Threshing, Women’s role in Pep, Field work, Milking, Sewing, Mrs. Jungmann’s leather goods, Types of goods sold, Community’s view of goods, World War II, Farm economy, Prices, Mrs. Jungmann’s goods (again), Mr. Jungmann was a tanner, Anecdote: eating bananas on the train, Anecdote: Post Toasties, Mr. Greener, Carpenter, Wife and children did farming, Anecdote about drinking concentrated orange juice, Business sense, Anecdote: car loan, Died 1967, Responsibilities of family members, Mother, Field work, Children, Girls cooked, Concrete bathtub, Greener homestead, Location, Condition in 1980.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1930s-1980

Bulk Dates: 1930s-1940s

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