NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Justice, Cameron

Date of interview: July 15, 1968
Location of interview: Justiceburg, Texas
Length of interview: 2 tapes (1hour, 15 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Cameron Justice talks about his father, J. D. Justice, the establishment of his namesake town of Justiceburg, and ranching in the area. He includes specific data in addition to significant historical incidents.

Topics:
Family background
Land sales and speculation
LFD Ranch
Railroads—Texas
Ranching and ranch life
Weather conditions—droughts

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Justin, Enid

Date of interview: June 24, 1969
Location of interview: Nocona, Texas
Length of interview: 3 tapes (2 hours, 5 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Miss Enid Justin, president of the Nocona Boot Company, discuses her father, H. J. Justin, and the founding, growth and operations of the Justin and Nocona boot factories.

Topics:
Family life and background
Boot and shoe manufacturing—Texas
Justin Boot Company—Fort Worth
Great Depression—little effect on Company
World War II—government regulations and shortage of labor and materials
Spur factory

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Kaderli, A. T., Ethel Kaderli Owens and Edna Kaderli Bostick

Date of interview: July 14, 1975
Location of interview: San Antonio, Texas
Length of interview: 1 tape (1 hour)

Brief synopsis of interview: The Kaderli family recalls being the first farming family in Martin County, Texas. Many of their father’s farming methods are discussed.

Topics:
Agriculture—innovations and changing modes
Family life and background
Crops—grains, fruits and vegetables
Community and social life
Livestock—hogs
Martin County School Board
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Weather conditions—rainfall and hailstorms

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Kaderli, Fred

Date of interview: July 16, 1975
Location of interview: Austin, Texas
Length of interview: 1 tape (1 hour, 30 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Fred Kaderli, retired schoolteacher and administrator, recalls farm life in Martin County during his childhood and reviews his adult career in education.

Topics:
Family life and background
Agriculture—innovations and changing modes
Bridge gangs
Crops—cotton, grains and fruit
Education—high school administration
Florey Ranch—Andrews County, Texas
Land sales and distribution

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Kahlich, Odilia Bednarz

Date of interview: June 26, 1980
Location of interview: Slaton, Texas (?)
Length of interview: 1 tape (45 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Odilia Bednarz Kahlich reminisces on her life in Slaton and the history of the area.

Topics:
Family life and background
German-American communities—Texas
Community and social life
Great Depression—crop failures, cattle shoot and dust storms
Roman Catholic churches—Texas
World War I—food rationing and discrimination
World War II—military service

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Kalmbacher, Daisy (Mrs. Paul)

Date of interview: Not given
Location of interview: Fort Worth, Texas
Length of interview: 1 tape (20 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: In a telephone interview, Daisy Kalmbacher discusses her family’s involvement in tent shows and her life in early Lubbock. Materials loaned for copying, courtesy of Dr. Cliff Ashby, are also discussed.


Topics:
Family life and background
Theater—tent shows
Tatum, New Mexico

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NAME OF PERSON INTERVIEWED: Kalmbacher, Daisy

Date of interview: June 10, 1975
Location of interview: Fort Worth, Texas
Length of interview: 2 tapes (40 minutes)

Brief synopsis of interview: Mrs. Daisy Kalmbacher, wife of Paul C. Kalmbacher, recalls her life and career with traveling tent shows during the 1920s and 1930s. Note: The second portion of Tape 1 is inaudible because of noise.

Topics:
Family life and background
Theater—tent shows and vaudeville
Roy E. Fox
Harley Sadler

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