Oral history interview with Wanda LeBaron 1985 June 18 (Side B)
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LeBaron describes her childhood home on Eighth Street ? one room with a dirt basement ? and talks about getting water from a well and keeping a garden and chickens. She talks about her father's work as a farmer and rancher and tells about moving around to live on the various farms he worked. LeBaron discusses her experience teaching in Mesa and her own schooling when she was young. She talks about what the kids did for amusement what medicine was like as a child and mentions several downtown businesses in early Mesa. She tells about some her family's church activities her father's service as a bishop in the Mormon Church and recalls that family morals were very high then. LeBaron tells about marrying Milo Richard LeBaron in 1931 in the Mormon Temple and talks about her family including many members of her extended family.