Layne, Carol Krueger

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Carol Krueger Layne, daughter of a prominent Lubbock physician and widow of former NFL great Bobby Layne, talks about her family home and her early family life.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Carol Krueger Layne

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: None Given

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Mary Louise Brewer

Length: 55 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Krueger house, Water well, Neo-classical architecture, Family background, Dr. Julius T. Krueger, father, From Austin, Texas, To Lubbock, Texas (1920), Lela Krueger, mother, Born in Hale County, Texas, Grandfather was a doctor, Father was a doctor, Krueger house (again), Interior décor, Mantelpiece, Portrait of Carol Krueger Layne, Douglas Chandor, artist, Game room, Backyard, Landscaping, Mother’s interest in gardening, Anecdote about cardinals, Mother’s interest in gardening (again), Construction, House guests, Exterior of house, Snyder-Chalk house, Lubbock, Christmas memories.

Tape 1, Side 2: Krueger house (again), Occupancy, One-acre lot, Anecdote about mother, Mother’s flowers, Anecdotes, Trip to Italy, Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, Father’s fastidiousness, Krueger house (again), Library, Feelings concerning the house, Neighborhood, Traffic, Parking areas, Mother’s personality, Anecdote, Father, Anecdote, As a doctor, Burglaries, Father’s personality, Mother’s personality (again), Religious beliefs.

Range Dates: 1920-?

Bulk Dates: 1920-?

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