A recording of phone calls made by Jack Crout, of the Lesbian/Gay Political Coalition Dallas, to candidates seeking endorsement from the political organization to set up a time to be interviewed during their run for Dallas City Council positions in 1987. Mr. Crout explains that the candidates will have 15 minutes screening, three minutes for general statements and twelve minutes for general questioning; candidates include Roy Williams, Ronnie Le Rouge, Marvin Steakley, Irene Young, Lori Palmer, Bill McCalpin, Dallas Jackson, and Verna Thomas.
A recording of the candidate screenings of Lori Palmer, Verna Thomas, Marvin Steakley, and Charles Tandy during their run for Dallas City Council positions in 1987. Each candidate had time to discuss their answer to suvery questions answered beforehand, as well as follow-up questions from the audience on clarification on candidates' positions on equal rights.
A recording of a candidate screening of Bill Nelson, Dallas Jackson, Roy Williams, Ronnie Le Rouge, Tom Williams, and Bill McCalpin who are being interviewed during their run for Dallas City Council positions in 1987. Each candidate has three minutes to make an opening statement, and twelve minutes to answer follow up questions from the audience on clarification on where the candidates stand on certain topics and their answers to six survey questions answered beforehand.
Interview with Marjorie Eastwood, Mary C. Easley, and Mary B. Bonds from Baytown, Texas. These three women answer questions and describing their social and work experiences working at the Humble Oil Refinery during World War II.
Creator: Eastwood, Marjorie; Easley, Mary C. & Bonds, Mary B.
Partial recording of an interview with Freddy Rios, a veteran who served in the Vietnam War during 1967 and 1968. He discusses his experiences as a soldier, including being wounded and the events that led to him receiving the Distinguished Service Medal.
Interview with Clifford Warren, a veteran of World War II spending 3 1/2 years in captivity following the Battle of Corregidor. Warren answers many questions regarding his participation in World War II and shares his experiences of being held prisoner in Japanese prison camps.
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