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Marvin Warlick, former Lubbock County Commissioner and later Farm Superintendent at Texas Tech, recalls his early years in Lubbock, his life in Oregon and his interest in the history of the Civil War.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Marvin Warlick

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: May 14, 1981

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Michael Q. Hooks

Length: 1 hour 10 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Born: Florida (1892), Arkadelphia, Arkansas, Education, Methodist College, Tyler Commercial College, Will Gore, brother-in-law, Farmer, To Lubbock, Texas (1914), Train travel, Population, City limits, Charlie Rush Ranch, Ellwood home, Sandstorms, Dr. M. C. Overton, Employment, Sam T. Davis, County Clerk (1916), Marriage (1917), Thelma Caraway, Lubbock, First Methodist Church, Farming, Crops, Mules, County Commissioner (1919-1923), Road building, County Commissioners, Mr. Telley, Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Claude Denton, County judges, Mr. Brown, Mr. Nordhart, Texas Tech, First year, R. M. Chitwood, Senator W. H. Bledsoe, Towns competing, Celebration, Dr. Paul W. Horn, Ewing Y. Freeland, first football coach, Football field.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1892-1940s

Bulk Dates: 1914-1940s

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