SEGMENT: VALUES, FAMILY, & NON-FARM WORK

William Hubbard>UIS Collection H-I>UIS Collection H-I, Segment 19

SEGMENT: VALUES, FAMILY, & NON-FARM WORK,

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NON-FARM WORK
Mr. Hubbard tells of doing construction work for his church & elsewhere in Springfield. His work was his education. Construction methods stories. "Money keeps you from doing a lot of things."
FAMILY
Notes that youngest boy, Victor, worked for Sangamo, but started drinking. Another son wants to be a minister. Gives names of sons & stepson. Son Victor was in government hospital & does not write. Mr. Hubbard sounds very sad about this, but knows he could do nothing.
TRAVEL
Mr. Hubbard mentions the places he has been, Michigan & Denver, CO.
VALUES
Mr. Hubbard believes children today have too much "range." Mr. Hubbard taught Sunday School. Parents need to be teachers. "Too many baby-sitters." Mentions importance of working as a child. Children do not do that today. Don't even comb their hair or wash. Must try even if you do not succeed in life. "No one monkey runs the show!"
FAMILY
Mr. Hubbard will not discuss where he met his wife. Married for 48 years.