Sulphur Springs Oral History Project

Interviewee

Carolyn Jones Arnold

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Interviewer

Brown, Connie J.; University of South Florida--Libraries--Oral History Program; University of South Florida. Library

Publisher

University of South Florida Libraries

Date

2003-10-09

Publication Date

10-25-2010

Abstract

Oral history interview with Carolyn Jones Arnold, a former resident of Sulphur Springs who lived in the neighborhood for almost forty years. She and her family moved there in 1936, when she was twelve; they owned several businesses, including a grocery store and a restaurant. Arnold and her husband continued to live in Sulphur Springs after they married, but moved in 1973: they lived on a particularly busy street near the dog track, and she was concerned for her children's safety. In this interview, Arnold describes the social life and customs of Sulphur Springs, including recreational activities, education, local businesses, food and drink, going to church, and friends.

Keywords

Women, Manners and customs

Description

1 sound file (124 min.) : digital, MPEG4 file

Subject: topical

Women; Manners and customs

Subject: geographic

Hillsborough County (Fla.); Sulphur Springs (Tampa, Fla.);

Language

English

Type

Sound

Genre

Oral histories, Online audio

Format

audio/mp3

Holding Location

University of South Florida

Collection

Sulphur Springs oral history project

Identifier

S68-00004

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