Womack, Jean 1975

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In a telephone interview, Jean Womack talks about her brother-in-law Pete Cawthon, former football coach at Texas Tech, and his family.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Jean Womack

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: 1975

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Etta Lynch

Length: 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Pete Cawthon, Description of Cawthon’s funeral, People who knew Cawthon, Auto accident Mrs. Womack was involved in, Pete Cawthon (again), Poem written for Cawthon by Mrs. Womack, Description of Cawthon during illness, Virginia Cawthon, Cawthon’s wife, Hypochondriac, Incident involving mouthwash, Pete Cawthon (again), Devoted husband, Pete Cawthon, Jr., son, Etta Lynch, Discusses her book in progress, Tender Tyrant, Poem written by Mrs. Womack, Bill _____, first husband of Mrs. Womack, Reaction to Cawthon’s death, Pete Cawthon (again), Death (December 31, 1962), Trip to New York, Incident involving nylon stockings, Pete Cawthon, Jr. (again), Kept out of high school for a year, Trips with Pete and Virginia Cawthon, Camp Cawthon, Kelly and Pete Cawthon Jr., Virginia Cawthon, Relationship with her sons.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: Unknown-1975

Bulk Dates: Unknown-1975

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