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ca 1930. A. L. Curtis (my dad) plowing with mules about eight miles east of Meadow, Texas. He finally got a tractor about fourteen years later: a two-row Allis-Chalmers. It's the tractor on the cover of my CD, entitled Sonny Curtis, on Rabbit Ranch Records.

 


 

ca 1937. Pictured clockwise are my sister Mae, grandma Pearl Curtis, and my brothers Pete and Dean. It looks like they were auditioning for a role as the "Joad's" in Grapes Of Wrath, don't you think?  

 

 

ca 1947. All hat 'n no cattle, but I had a dog. Do you reckon that dog liked my fiddlin'? If he did, he was the only one. My fiddlin' drove everybody else nuts. Mama used to say, 'Take that outside, Sonny boy.'  

 

 

ca 1949. Fiddlin' at The Old Time Fiddler's Contest (accompanied by Pete) during the Harvest Festival in Brownfield, Texas. I lost to a real 'old time fiddler.'  

 

 

ca 1950. My family, except for Mae, visiting my dad's childhood stompin' ground near Hot Springs, Arkansas. Clockwise are Daddy, Mama, Pete, me, Dean, Jean and Alene. We were having a lots of fun (as you can see) and just couldn't wait for them to snap this picture so we could get back to jumpin' up and down and laughing and having a good time.  

 

 

Spring 1953. The Texas FFA (Future Farmers of America) talent contest in Fort Worth.
 
 

 

 

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