Kuykendall, Roger 1981-06-24

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Roger Kuykendall, son of Lubbock businessman George P. Kuykendall, discusses his background and the history of Lubbock.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Roger Kuykendall

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: June 24, 1981

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Diane Keisling

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Born: Clovis, New Mexico (1921), To Lubbock, Texas (1924), George P. Kuykendall, father, Chevrolet dealership, Parents, Jo Ann Snyder, sister, Education, Dupree Elementary School (1927), Marriage (1942), Jane Prickett, wife, Education, Texas Tech University, University of Texas, School system, Lubbock residency, Reasons, Banking business, Investments, Experiences, Depression (1930s), Texas Tech University (again), Lubbock, Texas, Growth, Industry, Children, Mrs. George Fletcher, daughter, Don Kuykendall, son, Civic activities, Finance business started (1926), Investments, Classmates, Joe Bob Johnston, Horace Humphries, Lester Grimes, Wallace Cox, Sandstorms, Anecdote.

Tape 1, Side 2: Childhood neighbors, John Halsey, L. E. "Jack" Davis, Walter G. Alderson, Lee Mickey, Dean Gordon, Judge Robert Allen, Homer Duncan, minister, University Avenue, Widening, Airport board, Flying as a hobby.

Range Dates: 1921-1981

Bulk Dates: 1924-1981

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