Paul Reeb was born in Colorado, the son of Russian German immigrants. His interview includes descriptions of the Russian German community he was raised in, most of whom lived in Kansas and consisted mainly of Black Sea Russian Germans. He describes some of his father's experiences in Russia and his immigration; his mother's immigration after the Russian Revolution; differences between Russian German Lutheranism and Lutheranism as practiced in the United States; and there is a discussion of tapes and transcripts of the organizational meeting of the Association of Germans from Russia in 1968.Includes transcript and audio snippets.Excerpt 1: Brachland farming methods. Mr. Reeb describes similarities and differences between the farming done in Russia and that done in Colorado, including using summer fallow (Brachland) methods. Text of this excerpt found on p. [ 33-34] of Paul Reeb.Excerpt 2: One town, two calendars. In describing his grandparents' emigration from Russia to the United States in 1905, Mr. Reeb discusses an incident that illustrates the difference between Russian and European calendars. Text of this excerpt found on p.  of Paul Reeb.Excerpt 3: Rock house in Colorado. Mr. Reeb describes the construction of the rock house in which he was born, built with methods used in Russia. Text of this excerpt found on p.  of Paul Reeb.