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Castleebrry was between the high school and downtown and I very often would drop in there and look at his books and read things. I remember my mother teaching.

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Castleberry: She did everything. Castleberry: And she didn't like me because—well, she didn't like me because I was not an obedient. Afterwards, people said, didn't we tell you there was quicksand in that creek?

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I'll show you. James Hunt Class of And I walked into tor class, see an East Texas kid, caatleberry most of the students, my classmates at that time were Dallas, a great many of them were insulated Highland Park kids, who had almost grown up on the campus.

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Yesterday's paper, you just don't keep it. He had hired me. Castleberry: I don't remember a great deal about the very early years. And she constantly was on the go. But their mother, they never remembered their mother packing a thing for them, or buying a thing for them, or going anywhere with them, or giving them any kind of mothering.

Castleberry: And I've collected along the way. And I was so impressed with this young boy who was preparing for a bar mitzvah. Castleberry: It was horrible. Bert Holmes called Vivian a "journalistic pioneer" whose influence continues to be felt in newspapers across the country. It's gorgeous. Castleberry: I stashed it away. And so by the time I knew him, I remember him as kind of god's gift to humanity.

Upcoming Class Reunions Class of reunion 10 year reunion Class of reunion 20 year reunion Class of reunion 25 year reunion Class of reunion 30 year reunion Class of reunion 35 year reunion Class of reunion 40 year reunion. And I chose her for two reasons.

❶You know, I could embroider along the way, and make it this girl who had caztleberry through a traumatic college experience. And during this period of time, we at home were going crazy. I remember that at one stage the kids, Diana, at the time, was fourteen and driving already, and so she took us out for a root beer to a drive-in place, but she picked up a lot of her friends on the way, and nobody talked to me, loooking was interested in what I was doing there or who I was or anything.

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There were always things to read. We live in the same world. I had to go to school. The day that they were going to average grades for valedictorian, I knew they were going to do it, the teachers were having a meeting after school, detsiny I knew they were going to do it. Mother always had people in the castlebrrry. Castleberry: I want to look up some of my material too, because I did do quite a lot of studies on it.

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Minnie Maffett was hard-nosed, she had a hard time getting through medical school herself, it took me years to appreciate castlebwrry she was coming from.|Vivian Castleberry was the women's editor of the Dallas Times Herald for twenty-eight years. Vivian is a native Texan and restiny distinguished and much loved member of the Dallas community to which she has contributed enormously as a journalist and a citizen activist. Vivian insisted on meeting me at the Dallas Ft.

Worth airport when I arrived in June to work with her on this oral history. We sensed an instant rapport and the beginnings of a strong friendship from that first meeting at the airport. Vivian and I held our three days of interviewing at my hotel room at the Hilton Inn and at her home on Buchanan which she had recently given over to her newly-married fourth daughter Kimberley.

I returned in October to do a videotaped interview with Vivian at the retirement home her husband Curtis is building singlehandedly on the shores of a beautiful lake in East Texas, several hours from Dallas. Working with Vivian was a pleasure for many reasons, including her delightful and open personality, her remarkable memory, her exciting career as a journalist, her imaginative storytelling and her deep and abiding values as a woman dedicated to righting wrongs, improving the lot of those ignored by society and working towards global peace.

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Caroline Barta stated that Vivian Castleberry is "the grandmother of women in journalism in Dallas. Bert Holmes called Vivian a "journalistic pioneer" whose influence continues to kooking felt in newspapers across the country. Liz Carpenter best summarized their collective praise for Vivian when she said that Vivian is "beloved" in Dallas because "she made all the difference" as the "godmother of the women's movement in Dallas.]