Klattenhoff, Bill 1978-11-13

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Bill Klattenhoff discusses his family and his own past in Slaton, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Bill Klattenhoff

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: November 13, 1978

Location: Slaton, Texas

Interviewer: Bobby Weaver and Janet Neugebauer

Length: 40 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Taylor, Texas, Cotton farming, Cotton, Newhane, Fred and R. H. Tutor buy gin (1913), Crops, Milo, Corn, Experiments, Crops, Texas A & M (1913), Equipment, Trip, Taylor to Slaton, Texas, Train, Dallas, Texas, Texas and Pacific Railroad, Walter S. Posey, Peanuts (1914), Silos (1915), Eric Posey, son, Jim Benton, Marion Benton, son, "Leather Hat" Brown, Antelope roping (1908-1909), Cattle (1912), Mr. Kimbrough (1913), Drought (1917), Sold out (1918), Hereford ancestry, Market for cattle, Father, Germany (1884), Baltimore, Maryland (1884), Brothers’ farm, Austin, Texas, Round Rock, Texas, Lena Pflueger, Taylor, Grocery and mercantile store, Mr. Bolz, partnership, Dissolved (1911), Panic (1908), T. D. Patterson, Sucker trains, Land, Train trip to Slaton, German settlers, Schraders, Zummers, Father, Slaton, promotes, Land advertising, Investments.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1884-1920

Bulk Dates: 1884-1920

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