Oral History Collection

MAIN ENTRY: Warlick, Marvin
DATE OF INTERVIEW: May 14, 1981
LOCATION OF INTERVIEW: Lubbock, Texas
INTERVIEWER: Michael Q. Hooks
LENGTH OF INTERVIEW: 1 hour, 10 minutes
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE: Marvin Warlick recalls his early years in Lubbock and employment at Texas Tech. He then tells of his life in Oregon and his interest in the history of the Civil War.
TAPE ONE, SIDE ONE: 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 ONE, SIDE TWO Texas Tech (continued)
Mascot
Employment (1925-1931)
Great Depression
Texas Tech (again)
Employment
Farm superintendent
Building and grounds maintenance
Buildings (1931)
Enrollment
Dean A. H. Leidigh
Football team
Business Manager
Scholarships
Administration Building
Faculty homes
Buildings (1930)
Lubbock
Changes (1914-1930)
To Oregon (1931)
TAPE TWO, SIDE ONE: Oregon hospital
Business manager
Wholesale lumber business (1940s)
Salary
Contracts
Civil War commemoration
Civil War
Hobby
Studies
Vincent Carr
TAPE TWO, SIDE TWO: Blank
RANGE DATES: 1892-1940s
BULK DATES: 1914-1940s