In this 1976 interview, Bob Moore discusses working as a tool dresser on oil rigs in the early 1900s in northern Oklahoma at a time prior to electricity, when rigs were built of wood, powered by a steam engine, and lighted at night by burning pots of crude oil. He also describes going to dances in Yale, Oklahoma in his spare time and calls a square dance named “Two Little Sisters” for the interviewer.
Robert L. "Bob" McCarty
Pinehill, tool dresser, oil rigs, wood rigs, steam engine, dances, square dance, Two Little Sisters
“Bob Moore,” accessed April 12, 2021, https://bristoworalhistory.org/items/show/11.