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Interview with Lucius Burch
Lucius Burch was the senior partner in the law firm Burch, Porter, Johnson, who represented Dr. Martin Luther King Jr in his bid
 
Sep 3, 0968
 
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Interview with T.O. Jones - 1968
This is an interview with Thomas Oliver Jones. He is the organizer and head of Memphis Local #1733 of A.F.S.C.M.E.
 
May 9, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with T.O. Jones - 1970 Part 1 of 3
This is an interview with T.O. Jones, organizer and head of Memphis Local 1733 of AFSCME International Union. From the
 
Jan 30, 1970
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with T.O. Jones - 1970 Part 2 of 3
This is an interview with Thomas Oliver Jones. He is the organizer and head of Memphis Local #1733 of A.F.S.C.M.E. International
 
Jan 30, 1970
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Henry Loeb - Sept. 1968
Interview with Henry Loeb, Mayor of Memphis at the time of the 1968 Sanitation Strike. From the Mississippi Valley Collection,
 
Sep 11, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Reverend James Netters - part 1 of 2
This is an interview with Rev. James Netters, who was one of three black members of the Memphis City Council at the time of the
 
Jun 5, 1968
 
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Interview with James Netters - Part 2 of 2
This is an interview with Rev. James Netters, who was one of three black members of the Memphis City Council at the time of the
 
Jun 5, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Rev. James Lawson - I, 1 of 1
This is an interview with Reverend James Lawson. Lawson was the pastor of Centenary United Methodist Church and chairman of the
 
Jul 1, 1968
 
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Interview with Glady Carpenter
Gladys Carpenter was a civil rights activist and part-time employee of J.O. Patterson, Jr., who participated in the march that
 
Sep 11, 1968
 
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Interview with Edward W. Cook
This is an interview with Edward W. "Ned" Cook, a business man and friend of Mayor Loeb. He discusses Mayor Loeb's role in the
 
Feb 11, 1968
 
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Interview with Downing Pryor
This is an interview with Downing Pryor, who was chair of the Memphis City Council at the time of the 1968 Sanitation Strike.
 
May 8, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Jerrold Moore
This is an interview with Jerrold Moore, conducted by Carol Lynn Yellin and Joan Beifuss in 1971. Mr. Moore was the Chief
 
Dec 2, 1971
 
open reel magnetic tape