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Interview with Frank Miles - Part 1
This is an interview with Frank Miles. Frank was a Memphis labor mediator who worked to settle strike both before anf after the
 
Sep 14, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Frank Miles - Part 2
From the Mississippi Valley Collection, collected by the Memphis Search for Meaning Committee from 1968-1973. This is an
 
Sep 14, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Frank Miles - Part 3
This is an interview with Frank Miles. Memphis labor mediator who worked to settle strike both before and after assassination.
 
Sep 14, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Fred Davis
This is an interview with Fred Davis. Davis was one of three black members of Memphis city council and chairman of council's
 
May 22, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Fred Williams
This is an interview with Fred Williams, a fourth-term medical student at the University of TN medical school in 1968. He was
 
Aug 29, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Gerald Fanion - Part 1 of 2
This is an interview with Gerald Fanion. This interview is about Fanion's experience growing up in segregated Memphis and his
 
Jun 10, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Gerald Fanion - Part 2 of 2
This is an interview with Gerald Fanion. He was the Director of County Department of Community Relations at that time. In this
 
Jun 10, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Gilbert Patterson - Part 2 of 2
From the Mississippi Valley Collection, collected by the Memphis Search for Meaning Committee from 1968-1973. This is an
 
Jun 4, 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 Gwen Awsumb - Part 1
This is an interview with Gwen Awsumb. Awsumb was the only woman member of City Council in 1968. From the Mississippi Valley
 
May 8, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Gwen Awsumb - part 2 of 2
This is an interview with Gwen Awsumb. Awsumb was the only female member of City Council in 1968. From the Mississippi Valley
 
 
 
open reel magnetic tape

Interview with Gwen Awsumb - Part 3 of 3
This is an interview with Gwen Awsumb, who was a member of the City of Memphis City Council during the 1968 Sanitation Strike.
 
Apr 26, 1968
 
open reel magnetic tape