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Interview with Reginald Howard
This is an interview with Mr. Reginald Howard, a former Negro League baseball player. In the interview Howard describes growing
 
Jun 18, 2008
 
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Interview with Jocelyn Wurzburg
This is an interview with Ms. Jocelyn Wurzburg, who was one of the founders of the Panel of American Women in Memphis,
 
Jun 9, 2008
 
Digital Video

Interview with Herman Seymour, Jr.
?This is an interview with Herman Seymour, Jr., who was born in Somerville, TN and moved to Memphis at the age of 10. He tells
 
Nov 18, 2008
 
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Interview with Mose Yvonne Brooks-Hooks
This is an interview with Ms. Mose Yvonne Brooks-Hooks. Throughout the Civil Rights Movement and beyond, Brooks-Hooks served as
 
Aug 2, 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 Charles Penix
This is an interview with Mr. Charles Penix, the son of the Hoxie, Arkansas School Board attorney. His father was a politically
 
Jul 6, 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 Henry Turley
This is an interview with Mr. Henry Turley, who is a real estate developer in Memphis, TN. Turley has watched the growth and
 
Jan 9, 2007
 
Digital Video

Interview with Lynne Turley
This is an interview with Ms. Lynne Turley, a music teacher with Memphis City Schools. As a teacher she taught at two schools
 
Jun 20, 2006
 
Digital 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
 
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Interview with Fred Davis
Fred Davis is a native Memphian who was elected to the Memphis City Council in 1967. Davis also served as Chairman of the Public
 
May 29, 2008
 
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Interview with Harmon Wray
This is an interview with Mr. Harmon Wray (1946-2007), who was a Rhodes student who graduated in 1968 and served as the Director
 
 
Digital Video