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    • ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW with ROBERT BURTON HOUSE '16 and LEE ROY WELLS ARMSTRONG 26 (NOTE: This is Interview No. 2 with these two men, the first having been held on April 26, 1983. This interview was held on Thursday, April 28, 1983 in the home of...


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    • Oral History Interview with ROBERT BURTON HOUSE and LEE ROY WELLS ARMSTRONG By Clarence E. Whitefield April 5 and 26, 1983 (NOTE: Preceding the actual interview, which began on Tuesday, April 26, 1983, is a brief conversation between Mr. House and...


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    • WALTER DAVIS, WILLIE DAVIS, ET AL. JANUARY 15, 2000 CHARLES THOMPSON: Small farm-Let me see if this is working. Okay, turn the volume up. My name is Charlie Thompson. We're here with Rob Amberg, the photographer, and, also, Mr. Walter Davis and his...


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    • Charlotte (N.C.)--Race relations.; Community activists--North Carolina--Charlotte.; African American women--North Carolina--Charlotte.; African Americans--North Carolina--Charlotte.; African Americans--Housing--North Carolina--Charlotte.; African...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] SARAH THUESEN: Alright. My name is Sarah Thuesen and today I am interviewing Diane English at her home in Charlotte, North Carolina in the Belmont neighborhood in...


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    • Peggy Van Scoyoc (PV): This is Peggy Van Scoyoc. Today is Friday, August 1, 2014. I am here at the Page-Walker Hotel with… Clabron Powell (CP): Clabron Ann Barbee Powell. PV: and her sister… Carolyn Allen (CA): Carolyn Barbee ( ) Allen. PV:...


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    • TRANSCRIPT DIGITAL RECORDING 7/25/12 Peggy Van Scoyoc (PV): Okay, today is Wednesday, July 25, 2012. This is Peggy Van Scoyoc and I am here with Kris Carmichael from the Page-Walker. We are in at Strother’s Florist… Bob Strother...


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    • Virginia Jones (VJ): My grandmother lived there. And after they died, I guess my uncle, Marvin, was their administrator. I don’t know that so that’s not fact. I assume that he did that. And James was his son, and he and his family lived there for...


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    • Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Flood damage--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Farm buildings--Hurricane effects--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Emergency management--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Disaster...
    • CHARLES THOMPSON: It's December 8, 1999 and we are in the northeast community of Duplin County. And this is Charlie Thompson with the Southern Oral History Program. And I'm here in the living room of Aaron and Jenny Cavenaugh. It's twelve noon,...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Flood damage--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Disaster relief--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Swine--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Farm life--North Carolina--Duplin County.
    • LARRY KELLEY: I know this mill was obsolete but it's been a, you know, a part of the community's history for three generations. CHARLES THOMPSON: Well, let me just say to start the tape that I'm Charlie Thompson and I'm here in the...


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    • Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Flood damage--North Carolina--Duplin County.; Disaster relief--North Carolina--Duplin County.
    • BETSY EASTER: Haul it off if you need to. EARL CAVENAUGH: There's no need to. If you want to. BETSY EASTER: If you have a trailer to do it with. EARL CAVENAUGH: Kind of like a stupid idea. BETSY EASTER: Well, it probably is...


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    • African Americans--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.
    • Interview with EDWIN LEE CALDWELL, SR May 12, 1995 by Kathryn Walbert Transcribed by Jackie Gorman The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill This original transcript was made possible through the generous...


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    • North Carolina--Rural conditions.; Women-owned business enterprises--Southern States.; Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina.; Hurricanes--North Carolina.
    • Inez Hanchey K-5Z3 KATIE OTIS: You're more important than I am. I've got to get your voice on there. This is Katie Otis. Today is January the 13th, Saturday, 2001. I'm speaking with Ms. Inez. INEZ HANCHEY: Inez. KO: Hanchey. IH: Right. KO:...


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    • Bea Capps Beddingfield Interview Recorded: February 28, 2008 Interviewer: David Schenck Transcriptionist: Cathy Mann Date Transcribed: March 2008 David Schenck: Okay, so I'm going to tell them who we are, okay? Bea Beddingfield: ...


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    • North Carolina--Rural conditions.; Hurricane Floyd, 1999.; Floods--North Carolina.; Hurricanes--North Carolina.; Disaster relief--North Carolina.; Hurricane Fran, 1996.
    • t%)2/ Interview with Willis Batts and Melba Harrell January 13, 2001 by Katie Otis Transcribed by T. Bergen The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection...


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    • United States--Politics and government.; Southern States--Race relations.; Women social reformers--United States.; Social movements--Southern States.; Civil rights--United States.; Civil rights and socialism--United States.; Women in...
    • VIRGINIA FOSTER DURR: Well, we . . . I told you why we went to Washington, and that's all on the tape. And we got to Washington in the early summer of 1933 and Cliff had already gone up ahead, you see, and was staying with Sister and Hugo. And they...


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    • Louisiana--Race relations.; Hurricane Katrina, 2005.; Natural disasters--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • Bertha Irons interviewed by Elizabeth Shelburne May 26, 2006 Bertha Irons [BI]: My name is Bertha Irons, and today is May 26, 2006. Elizabeth Shelburne [ES]: So, I wanted to get started and just ask you about your grandparents and parents and how...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • North Carolina--Race relations.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina.; African Americans--Civil rights--North Carolina.; Charlotte (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Charlotte (N.C.)--Race relations.;...
    • TRANSCRIPT—SHIRLEY HAILEY & GIRVAUD JUSTICE Interviewee: SHIRLEY HAILEY & GIRVAUD JUSTICE Interviewer: Dwana Waugh Interview Date: July 15, 2006 Location: Charlotte, NC Length: 1 CD; approximately 2 hours START OF CD DW: This is Dwana Waugh on...

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