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Jane Prince Jones oral history interview.
Jane Prince Jones was the first female co-anchor in Lubbock, Tex. She received her master's degree in theater arts at Texas Tech University and is a radio show host.
Luz Pedraza oral history interview.
Luz Pedraza reminisces about his family's migrant worker roots and his love of sports. In particular, he discusses quarterbacking the Donna High School to the 1961 Texas State 2A Football Championship.
Nan Overton West oral history interview.
Nan Overton West talks about her childhood memories and education in Lubbock and at Texas Technological College, and about her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M.C. Overton.
Billy I. Ross oral history interview.
In this interview, Billy I. Ross gives account of his background and later talks on how he contributed to the mass communication program at Texas Tech University.
Brian Jose Chavez oral history interview.
Oral history interview with Brian Jose Chavez conducted by Daniel Sanchez on May 4, 2009. Brian Jose Chavez talks about his life, education and career, but mainly about the period when he was on the Odessa Permian High ...
Grant Hall oral history interview.
Grant Hall talks about the prehistory , history, and discovery of the San Saba site location in present-day Menard, Tex.
Homer Jones oral history interview.
Homer Jones speaks about his early life experiences living on a farm. He talks about his military career as well as his capture by the German Army and life in the prison camp. Next he describes his escape from the prison ...
Gary Philip Danhof oral history interview.
Gary Philip Danhof is a local restaurant owner in Lubbock, Tex. He reminisces about his life growing up as well as family life and business life. This interview was about businesses in the Lubbock area.
Anita Harrison oral history interview.
Anita Harrison discusses her life, education, her time at Texas Tech University, and her experiences as being part of the Hispanic community in Lubbock, Tex.
Michaela Dewar oral history interview.
Michaela Dewar moved from New Zealand to pursue her music career in America. She attended South Plains College in Levelland, Tex., to gain further education in preparation for the music industry.