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'''Interviewer:''' Michael Q. Hooks
'''Interviewer:''' Michael Q. Hooks
'''Length:''' 1 hour, 5 minutes
'''Length:''' 00:33:00
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==Access Information==
==Access Information==
'''Original Recording Format:'''
'''Original Recording Format:''' cassette
'''Recording Format Notes:'''
'''Recording Format Notes:''' digitized in 2015
'''Transcript:''' no
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[[Category: SWC Interviews ]]  [[Category: 1970s]] [[Category: Thurber, Texas]] [[Category:Family Life and Background]] [[Category: Public Schools]] [[Category: South America]] [[Category: Women's Army Corps]] [[Category: World War II]]

Latest revision as of 21:31, 18 November 2015

Mrs. Lancaster, retired schoolteacher, discusses Thurber, Texas, and her early life there.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Mrs. Irene Lancaster

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: July 18, 1978

Location: Austin, Texas

Interviewer: Michael Q. Hooks

Length: 00:33:00


Tape 1, Side 1: Born: Georgetown, Texas (1905), Father, Mechanic, Fredericksburg, Texas, Mother, Housewife, Georgetown, Texas, Father, Reasons for move to Texas, Education, Teaching jobs, Lyman C. Forrest, Superintendent of Schools, Thurber, Texas, Mingus, Texas, Thurber, Texas, Social life, Recreational life, Schools, Ethnic groups, Depression, Thurber Club, Big Lake and Little Lake, Brick houses and frame houses, Dr. Keith.

Tape 1, Side 2: Thurber, Texas (continued), Saloons, Park, Bandstand, Fire, Private town, Security, Liberty Bell, Texas, Mason, Texas, W. A. C. officer, University of Texas, Married (1947), South America.

Range Dates: 1905-1947

Bulk Dates: 1905-1947

Access Information

Original Recording Format: cassette

Recording Format Notes: digitized in 2015

Transcript: no

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