[Notes on oral history interview with Norman Brooks Culver, February 25, 1976]

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Interview with Norman Brooks (Doc) Culver, a Humble Oil Refining Company hospital worker and World War I veteran, from Baytown, Texas. Mr. Culver answers questions and describes his experience in Baytown working as a hospital worker for Humble, after he arrived in 1919.

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Interview with Norman Brooks (Doc) Culver, a Humble Oil Refining Company hospital worker and World War I veteran, from Baytown, Texas. Mr. Culver answers questions and describes his experience in Baytown working as a hospital worker for Humble, after he arrived in 1919.

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Interview with Norman Brooks (Doc) Culver, a Humble Oil Refining Company hospital worker, after World War One, from Baytown, Texas. Mr. Culver answers questions and describes his experience in Baytown working as a hospital worker for Humble, after he arrived in 1919.

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Culver, Norman Brooks. [Notes on oral history interview with Norman Brooks Culver, February 25, 1976], text, 1976?; Baytown, TX. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth845169/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lee College.