Oral History Collection

MAIN ENTRY: Bean, Pauline (Mrs. Russell)
DATE OF INTERVIEW: September 19, 1975
LOCATION OF INTERVIEW: Lubbock, Texas
INTERVIEWER: Jo Anna Shurbet
LENGTH OF INTERVIEW: 35 minutes
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE: Mrs. Pauline Bean speaks of her association with Texas Tech and her activities with many volunteer organizations in Lubbock, Texas. This tape was recorded on the day that Mrs. Bean received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Home Economics, Texas Tech University.
TAPE ONE, SIDE ONE:
Family background
Texas Tech (1932-1936)
     Family educational expectations
     Influence on life
     Home Economics faculty
          Treatment of students
          Regard for faculty
     Value of education
Children
     Value of education
First husband's death
Participation in volunteer organizations
Preparations for children's adulthood
     Work with Texas Tech Museum (1950-1975)
     Fist Methodist Church choirs
     Lubbock Women's Club
     Altrusa Club, Women of the Year (1975)
     Chamber of Commerce
          Fine arts
Recreational possibilities in Lubbock
     Regional values of art
Husband's father, Judge George R. Bean
Friendliness of Lubbock
Value of hard work
Aid of education in becoming homemaker
TAPE ONE, SIDE TWO: Association with Texas Tech faculty
     Sannie Callan
     Home management house
          First baby
RANGE DATES: 1932-1975
BULK DATES: 1932-1975