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Houston Breakthrough, February 1979 - Page 18. February 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 8, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/6029/show/6014.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, February 1979
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Date February 1979
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Transcript who sold barbecue sandwiches along the streets of Woodville years ago. Swift asked him to recall the rhyme he recited as he walked through the town: "I've got barbecued chicken sandwiches just made, still hot. They're so big an9 so fat you wonder how I sell 'em like that. They'll make you grit your teeth: they'll make you curl your hair: they'll make you feel like a millionaire. You don't have to bite it. All you do is waller it and swaller it. Ground in a food chopper. Barbecued. Salt a'ready. Take 15 cents and eat a chicken dinner." "I never met happier people—they had a marvelous sense of humor," Lennon recalled. One Big Thicket resident insisted she be photographed "nosed" at the outhouse door. Another woman who had just been photographed asked Lennon: "Do you like red birds?" "Uh, yes," she replied. "I do, too, they fry up so crisp you can eat 'em bones and all," "I hope the pictures tell something about the way the peoole live," Lennon said, "because the way they live is unique." It's a busy kind of world all around us. Beans, corn, sugar cane's growing. The bees is busy making honey and the smell of a thousand flowers. The wind keeps blowing through our hair as we moved down the stony path It was like a streak of gold to us. God walks beside us and guides our way to the open space. With a little shack of a house it is our fairy land to farm, born and raise our children. As we sat on our little bit of heaven that we could never pull our self away we could see the kind of love we held for each other. Every weakness and every strength as we sit near our little love nest and we could hear the children play and the baby crying; the sun got low and the night was near and I could hear the whippoorwill and the bob whites calling their mates, smell the sweet perfume from the fields as we looked up and could see the moon and the skies and the stars; all the beauty of the night spread out all over the world. When we grow old and weak we '11 rest in our blue heavens. Poem by Lila Williams, pictured at left Woodville, Texas. Images of the Big Thicket Photographs by Lynn Lennon Contemporary Arts Museum February 16'April 6 Houston Breakthrough 18 February, 1979