Transcript of an interview with Mr. Mason who attended Panola from 1964-66 on a scholarship from the Village Players. [ 7 pages] He remembers the clubs he was involved in. Freshman Beanie, Slave and Armadillo Days are remembered fondly. A Green...
Oral History ; East Texas history ; Panola County history ; African American
TOC: ...that's the way Quarters got started -- Most Blacks were farmers or sharecroppers -- Don't let the sun catch you our there, Son -- We played "Little Sally Walker" -- ...paid teachers $50 a month -- We had to do what he say do... -- I went to...
Oral History ; Panola College ; Race Relations Club ; Teachers
Transcript of an interview where Ms. Gaines describes attending Panola College in 1969. [4 pages] Remembered teachers include Leta Fae Arnold, who encouraged her to drop her dialect, and Bill O'Neal who taught her to two-step.
The first part of the interview is Mr. Tommy Hutto talking about the WWII campaign under General Patch that started in Africa, took Sicily, advanced through Italy and France and ended the war in Belgium. The second interview is both men discussing...
Oral History ; East Texas history ; African American history; Panola College
TOC : Eleven Hundred -- Hollands Quarters -- Gary Tap -- Walnut Grove -- Homebrew -- Sallie Calloway -- Advice to the Young -- Garrison "Colored School" History -- Four Kinds of Med (a vignette) -- J.C. Tatum (a poem) -- Map of Communities.
Mr. Mason attended Panola from 1964-66 on a scholarship form the Village Players. [ 24 min.] He remembers the clubs he was involved in. Freshman Beanie, Slave and Armadillo Days are remembered fondly. A Green Jacket slumber party raid is described.
Transcript of an interview where Mr. and Mrs. Bramblett talk about living during the Depression years. [ 11 pages] Stories are remembered including one about a boy coming to school after encountering a skunk.