L. L. Ford Oral History, 1987
Scope and Contents
L.L. Ford talks about his boyhood in New Mexico and north Texas during the 1920's. He mentions his experiences in Big Bend gold mine. He was born in 1912 at Chief Lowell Lenzy (Native American Reservation) New Mexico. Interview conducted in 1987 by Larry Clubb.
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2 Files (Rio Grande Valley - Oral Histories (ELIBR-0027) This is a 2-part oral history interview.)
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