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|Title:||James and Marjorie Cherry, 1969|
Yellin, David G.
Yellin, Carol Lynn
|Keywords:||Newspapers;Religion;Interviews;Civil rights;Race relations;Memphis (Tenn.)|
|Description:||This is an interview with James and Marjorie Cherry. James as avertising director of both Memphis newspapers, president of Advertising Club; Majorie as former president of League of Women of Voters and involved in Unitarian church activities and in liberal, bi-racial groups. In this interview the group discusses how the perception of Memphis from the outside compares to the reality of the climate of Memphis.|
|Appears in Collections:||Sanitation Strike Tapes|
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|SS172_transcript.pdf||transcript||114.2 kB||Adobe PDF|
|SS173_transcript.pdf||transcript||75.92 kB||Adobe PDF|
|SS174_transcript.pdf||transcript||72.59 kB||Adobe PDF|
|James and Marjorie Cherry.JPG||25.78 kB||JPEG|
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