Jungmann, Annie 1980-06-15

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Annie Jungmann discusses her family history and her life in the German community of Pep, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Annie Jungmann

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: June 15, 1980

Location: Pep, Texas

Interviewer: Betty Cox

Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Annie Jungmann’s family, Grandparents, Grandfather, Carpenter, Reasons for coming to the United States, Came by ship, Particulars of trip, Born: Jasnick, Austria (October 24, 1820), Betty Cox reads narrative information, Ancestors of John Glumpler, Grandparents, Thomas Glumpler, Born and lived in Jasnick, Austria, Orchard, Sons of Thomas Glumpler, Matinel, Tailor by trade, Joseph, Carpenter, Cabinet maker, John, Helped on farm and orchard, Parents of John Glumpler, Joseph Glumpler, Teresa Gallach, Galveston (June 6, 1867), Brenner, Texas, Yellow fever, High Hill, Mrs. Jungmann’s mother, From Germany, Mrs. Jungmann, Born in High Hill (1892), Childhood memories, Grandfather (Joseph Glumpler), High Hill, Mule driven cotton gin, World War I, Men in women’s clothing, Ku Klux Klan (1924), San Antonio, Scare tactics, Munday, Texas, Reasons for scare tactics, Jungmanns purchase land in Pep, Texas, Lost son to heart ailment, Protestants in Pep, Diversity among Pep citizens, Reasons for coming to Pep, Land prices, Financing, World War II, Division of work, Knox County farm, Burkburnett oil fields, Women tended fields, Jungmann home in Pep, Built in 1924, Design, Instruments, Mrs. Jungmann, John Glumpler (father), German songs, Homesickness for Germany, Paintings, Crafts, Mr. Jungmann, Woodwork, Taxidermy, Mrs. Jungmann, Rugs, furs, coats, etc.

Tape 1, Side 2: Mrs. Jungmann (continued), Buffalo rugs, Mr. Jungmann (again), Buffalo book, Photography, Leather goods, Advertising, Mr. Jungmann’s work preserved, Children’s games, German in schools, Rhineland, Texas, Pep, Texas, Trip to San Antonio, Families remaining in Pep, Old settlers, Marriages in Pep.

Tape 2, Side 1: Celebrations, Picnics, Weddings, Band, Tunes played, Dances, [TAPE INAUDIBLE], Mr. Jungmann’s hay fever, Relations between ethnic groups in Pep, Store, Burke family, Levelland, Texas, Mexican-Americans, Traditional occupants of land, Children, "Our Father" in German, German food, Sausage.

Range Dates: 1820-1950s

Bulk Dates: 1924-1950s

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