Lottie Koch, Emma Miller, Beatta Buller, Esther Miller, and Agnes Schonholz 1981-07-30

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Koch Lottie, Emma Miller, Beatta Buller, Esther Miller, and Agnes Schonholz discuss their families and community life.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Koch Lottie, Emma Miller, Beatta Buller, Esther Miller, and Agnes Schonholz

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: July 30, 1981

Location: Darrouzett, Texas

Interviewer: None Given

Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Lottie Koch, Birthplace, Booker, Texas (1913), Parents from Crimea, Russia, Journey to United States, To booker, Emma Miller, Birthplace, Carumba, New Mexico, Parents from Russia, To Shattuck, Oklahoma, Beatta Buller, Birthplace, Middleboro, South Dakota, Parents from Russia, To South Dakota, To Lipscomb County, Texas, Esther Miller, Birthplace, Sterling, Colorado, Parents from Russia, To Shattuck, To Lipscomb County, Agnes Schonholz, Birthplace, Follett, Texas (1918), Parents from Russia, To Shattuck, Childhood, Food, Origin, Uses of poppy seed, Pork, Sausage-making process, Cleaning intestines, Types of sausage, Frying process, Spices, Smokehouse, Butchering, Modern sausage-making, Use of garlic, Use of beef.

Tape 1, Side 2: ? [NOTE: See abstract filed under Koch, Lottie.]

Range Dates: 1913-1981

Bulk Dates: 1913-1981

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