NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Hurd, Peter

Date of interview: August 27, 1969
Location of interview: San Patricio, New Mexico
Length of interview: Not given

Brief synopsis of interview: Mr. Hurd provides his experiences in Pennsylvania and New Mexico in the 1920s and 1930s.

Topics:
Family life and background
Education
Hobbies
N. C. Wyeth

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Hurd, Peter

Date of interview: October 27, 1952
Location of interview: Carlsbad, New Mexico
Length of interview: 10 minutes

Brief synopsis of interview: Mr. Hurd plays his guitar and sings in Spanish.

Topics:
Entertainment--Music

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Peter Hurd Mural

Date of interview: Not given
Location of interview: Lubbock, Texas
Length of interview: 1 tape (25 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: This tape is a narration by Carol Collier describing Peter Hurd’s historical mural, located at Holden Hall (then the old West Texas Museum) on the Texas Tech campus.

Topics:
Museums—Texas
Art—frescoes and murals
Historical figures—Lubbock and South Plains region

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED:  Hutcheson, C. R. “Choc”

Date of Interview:  June 28, 1999
Location of Interview:  Lubbock, Texas
Length of Interview:  65 minutes

Brief Synopsis of Interview:   Choc Hutcheson is a longtime supporter of Texas Tech University’s School of Mass Communications.   Hutcheson provides background information from early childhood to career development as a journalist.

Topics:

Hutcheson, C. R. “Choc”

Journalism

Texas Tech:  School of Mass Communications

Mass Communications

Texas – Journalism

Journalists

Reporters

Journalism and History

Media Coverage

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Hutcheson, Mrs. Don

Date of interview: April 3, 1978
Location of interview: Abilene, Texas
Length of interview: 1 tape (7 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Mrs. Hutcheson gives information about her husband’s grandmother who had died recently, and during the conversation is asked about the possibility of a dugout in Glasscock County, Texas.

Topics:
Family background
Colorado City, Texas—anecdote on birth of twins
Glasscock County, Texas—dugout inquiry

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Hutchinson, Dr. James Thomas

Date of interview: March 6, 1954
Location of interview: Lubbock, Texas
Length of interview: 2 tapes (1 hour, 30 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Dr. Hutchinson relates the history of Lubbock’s first hospital, including the training of personnel, accounts of early medical practices in the West, early schools and other institutions in Lubbock’s early days.

Topics:
Hospitals and clinics—Lubbock
Epidemics—flu (1918) and typhoid fever
Medicine and medical societies—Texas
Nursing—early training and nursing schools
Public schools—Texas
Physicians—Lubbock

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Hutto, Homer H.

Date of interview: March 13, 1981
Location of interview: Cedar Gap, Texas
Length of interview: 1 tape (1 hour)

Brief synopsis of interview: Homer Hutto discusses his past, including his experiences with the newspaper business and the Anson, Texas, Chamber of Commerce.

Topics:
Journalism—Texas
Family background
Agriculture—Jones County, Texas
Anson, Texas—annual and special events
Chambers of Commerce—Texas
Colleges and universities—Abilene, Texas
Petroleum industry—Jones County, Texas

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Hyatt, Nettie, and Joe Bridges

Date of interview: October 1975
Location of interview: Lubbock, Texas
Length of interview: 1 tape (30 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Nettie Hyatt and Joe Bridges talk about the time they spent on the Slaughter Ranch.

Topics:
Cattle—breeding and dipping
Family backgrounds
Ranch life (1920s)
Water conservation—wells
Weather conditions—blizzards
Robert Lee (Bob) Slaughter

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: ICASALS Symposium

Date of interview: October 31, 1966
Location of interview: Lubbock, Texas
Length of interview: 2 tapes (1 hour, 30 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: In Tape 1, S. Dillon Ripley speaks on ancient irrigation and other aspects of limited water resources. In Tape 2, Stewart L Udall, then U. S. Secretary of the Interior, speaks on conservation, its implications and its future.

Topics:
Anthropology—ancient irrigation modes
Soil and water conservation—ICASALS program
Grover E. Murray
Harry H. Ransom
W. D. "Dub" Rogers
John Ben Sheppard
J. R. Woolf

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