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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
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Rev. Brooks Ramsey
This is an interview with Rev. Brooks Ramsey. Brooks was the pastor of Second Baptist Church, the breakaway church from Bellevue
 
Jul 8, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

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 Richard Wells
This is an interview with Rev. Richard Wells and Mrs. Richard. Rev. Wells was a professor of church history at the Memphis
 
Sep 1, 1972
 
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
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Rev. and Mrs. Richard Wells
This is an interview with Rev. Richard Wells and Mrs. Richard. Rev. Wells was a professor of church history at the Memphis
 
Sep 1, 1972
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Ann Geary and Mary Kay Tolleson
This is an interview with Ann Geary and Mary Kay Tolleson. Both women were long time members of the Memphis Catholic Council on
 
Mar 30, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

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
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Frank McRae
This is an interview with Frank McRae. Frank McRae with District Superintendent of Memphis (Inner City) District of the United
 
Aug 6, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

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
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Russell and Gina Sugarmon - Part 2 of 3
This is an interview with Russell Sugarmon and Gina Sugarmon. Russell was a black political leader. Sugarmon also served as
 
Apr 22, 1969
 
open reel magnetic tape

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