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Humanities Texas | The people of Parallel and Crossover lives

Mr. Odis Hammock
Mr. Odis Hammock Born in Big Sandy, Texas, Mr. Odis Hammock attended school in Big Sandy, moved with his family to Fort Worth briefly, before returning to graduate high school in Big Sandy. A few days after completing high school, Mr. Hammock enrolled at East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce, where he received a bachelor's degree and began work on a master's degree. At that time, World War II began and Mr. Hammock moved back to Big Sandy to assume responsibilities as school principal. Mr. Hammock taught math and science classes for 46 years, from 1942 to 1988, and served as both elementary and high school principal in the Big Sandy school system. rs.


Humanities Texas | Jarvis interview transcripts

Mr. Otis Hammock


Humanities Texas | Jarvis interview transcripts

Mr. Otis Hammock


Texas Council for the Humanities

Mr. Odis Hammock Mr. Odis HammockBorn in Big Sandy, Texas, Mr. Odis Hammock attended school in Big Sandy, moved with his family to Fort Worth briefly, before returning to graduate high school in Big Sandy.A few days after completing high school, Mr. Hammock enrolled at East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce, where he received a bachelor's degree and began work on a master's degree.At that time, World War II began and Mr. Hammock moved back to Big Sandy to assume responsibilities as school principal.Mr. Hammock taught math and science classes for 46 years, from 1942 to 1988, and served as both elementary and high school principal in the Big Sandy school system.Mrs.


Humanities Texas | Mr. Otis Hammock

Mr. Otis Hammock
Humanities Texas | Mr. Otis Hammock Humanities Texas Home 1410 Rio Grande Street Austin, Texas 78701 Tel 512 440 1991 Home > Programs > Past Programs > Parallel and Crossover Lives > Jarvis interview transcripts > Mr. Otis Hammock Interview with Mr. Otis Hammock This is Mr. Otis Hammock, and we are in his home in Big Sandy, Texas. The date is June 26, 2001. Mr. Hammock, thank you for having us in your home.


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