Login      Help      About Us
 

Home    Public Collections    Crossroads Interviews
  1   2   3   4   next  
More Information
Print Object
Title Date Type
Interview with Dorothy Jones
This is an interview with Ms. Dorothy "Happy" Jones. In the interview she talks about working with the Memphis Panel of American
 
Jul 14, 2008
 
Digital Video

Interview with Earlice Taylor
This is an interview with Ms. Earlice Taylor, who is currently director of the Tennessee Cultural Heritage Preservation Society.
 
Aug 10, 2007
 
Digital Video

Interview with Earline Duncan
In this Interview, Mrs. Duncan talks about Memphis during the 1950s and 1960s. She also describes school integration from her
 
Jul 23, 2010
 
video

Interview with Eddie Mae Hawkins
This is an interview with Ms. Eddie Mae Hawkins, who was a cook for the Lorraine Motel in the years following the assassination
 
Jun 16, 2006
 
Digital video

Interview with Eddie Ray
This is an interview with Mr. Eddie Ray, who was a high level executive in the music industry and a U.S. commissioner for
 
Oct 4, 2006
 
Digital Video

Interview with Edie Hall
Born in rural Mississippi, Edie Hall moved to the Hyde Park neighborhood of Memphis as a child. She discusses changes she's
 
Jul 15, 2009
 
Digital Video

Interview with Edward Hailey
This is an interview with Mr. Edward Hailey, who was born and raised in Memphis and experienced the city's race relations
 
Jul 25, 2007
 
Digital Video

Interview with Essie Steadman
This is an interview with Ms. Essie Steadman, who worked as bus driver for the segregated Hoxie School District. She drove the
 
Jun 23, 2006
 
Digital Video

Interview with Ethel Tompkins
This is an interview with Ms. Ethel Tompkins, who was a high school student during the Hoxie, Arkansas School district
 
Jun 19, 2006
 
Digital Video

Interview with Evelyn Strong
This is a video interview with Mrs. Evelyn Strong, part of the Hyde Park Neighborhood collection
 
Jul 8, 2009
 
Digital video

Interview with Fayth Hill Washington
This is an interview with Ms. Fayth Hill Washington, who was a member of the Hoxie 21, a group of African-American students who
 
Nov 15, 2006
 
Digital Video

Interview with Frances Brown
Frances Brown was born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1913 and has lived here ever since. In her time she has lived in both South
 
Jul 14, 2010