Hutto, Homer H 1981-03-13

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Homer Hutto discusses his past, including his experiences with the newspaper business and the Chamber of Commerce at Anson, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Homer H. Hutto

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Date: March 13, 1981

Location: Cedar Gap, Texas

Interviewer: Richard Mason

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Photographs, John M. Cooke family, Cattle trading, Newspaper business, Abilene Times, Hardin-Simmons University, L. K. Campbell, journalism professor, Campus paper The Brand, Editor, Corral Magazine, Baptist Standard, George H. Mahon, Baptist Standard (again), Dallas, Texas (1924-1926), Interurban Line, Abilene Times (again), Jay Fiske publisher, Duties, Abilene, Texas (1920s), Land availability, Colleges, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene Christian College, McMurry College, Newspapers, Competition, Advertising, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Circulation.

Tape 1, Side 2: Fort Worth Star-Telegram (continued), Correspondence, Western Observer, Hardin-Simmons (again), Journalism professor, Publicity director, Anson Texas, Chamber of Commerce manager, County fair, Jones County Texas, Oil development (1926), Anson Chamber of Commerce (again), Public library, Annual Christmas program, Town promotion, Centennial Celebration, Jones County (again), Crops, Cotton, Grain, Irrigation, Windmills, James R. Hutto, father, Etta Martin, mother, Family history.

Range Dates: 1920s

Bulk Dates: 1920s

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