Clay Brazeal and Elizabeth B. Sammons Oral History, 12-1-1982
Scope and Contents
Clay Brazeal and Elizabeth B. Sammons discuss early life, parents, education and marriage. As the daughter of a prominent early Valley businessman and the wife of another, she makes observations about life in the Mission area. Interview conducted on 1 December 1982 by Robert E. Norton. Digital transfer completed on 17 September 2013 from the analog cassette tape. Hidalgo County Historical Commission.
- Clay Brazeal (Person)
- Elizabeth B. Sammons (Person)
- Norton, Robert Everett (Person)
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Language of Materials
- Mission (Tex.) Subject Source: Lcnaf
- Oral History Interview Subject Source: Local sources
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