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Frederica Wyatt discusses in detail her family history, early recollections of Junction, and her career in its city government.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Frederica Wyatt

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: November 19, 1975

Location: Junction, Texas

Interviewer: Fred Carpenter

Length: 40 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Personal information, Children, Family history, Genealogy, Families in New London, Texas, First storekeeper, Ruben Boyce, Size of community, Anecdotes about Ruben Boyce, Family history, Move to Kimball County, Texas (1902), Home, Vest family, Cates family, Confederate ammunition made in Longhorn Caverns, Vest family.

Tape 1, Side 2: Siblings, Depression childhood, Family education, Evergreen School located, School activities, Junction, Texas, schools, School bus lines begun, Siblings’ careers, Personal education, Career, Positions in city government, City secretary (1967-1972), Mayor (1972-1975), Interest in journalism, Kimball County Historical Survey Committee (1963), Feature writer, Publications listed, Scrapbooks discussed, O. C. Kimball, It Occurred in Kimball.

Range Dates: 1902-1975

Bulk Dates: 1902-1975

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