Mateos, María Josefa / Pepa
Actuó como intermediaria entre Alan Lomax y sus informantes de La Solana.
En sus cuadernos, Lomax habla de su estancia en la pensión de Tomás Mateos:
[...] At the family table the night [1 de septiembre de 1952] of our arrival at the pension of Tomas Mateos I seized the moment to explain to the family what Pip and I were about. Mateo has the misfortune to look like a [...] that has just have caught and whose bill is upon in a [...] of protect. He has a formidable wife who bups the bup [...]. There are four daughters ranged round the tiled courtyard of the house [...] Mateo makes a bussiness of both mules [?] and daugthers [...] Pepa is the exception. She runs to [...] suit, a pompadour bob [...] of the 20's and lots of energy. Bur her costume [...] the period of her ideas, for she told me yesterday as we sat [...] that [...] had sadly changed since the war for now novios could go [...] alone with their novias [?]. [...] she said in the good old days, novios had only been able to approach a man as the corner of the house while the novia sat trembling [...]
|Título||Fecha||Título||Tipo de documento|
|AFC 2004/004: MS 03.05.02||1953/05/13||Correspondencia entre Alan Lomax y María Josefa Mateos||Carta|
|AFC 2004/004: MS 03.02.18||1952/09/01||Diarios de Alan Lomax en La Mancha||Diario de campo|
|AFC 2004/004: MS 03.02.17||1952/08/20||Diarios de Alan Lomax en País Vasco y Castilla-La Mancha||Diario de campo|