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dc.contributorJemison, Peggy-
dc.contributorWebber, Bill-
dc.contributorWebber, Vicki-
dc.descriptionInterview with Bill and Vicki Webber, residents of the Hyde Park area. They mention the strong sense of community two civic organizations, Hyde Park Garden Club and Hyde Park Civic Association, brought to the neighborhood. The Webbers sold their house in Hyde Park to the first black family in the neighborhood, they recall neighbors' reaction to the desegregation of the area. This interview was conducted in 1979. �-
dc.publisherRhodes Collegeen_US
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dc.subjectOral historyen_US
dc.subjectMemphis (Tenn.)en_US
dc.subjectNeighborhood Historiesen_US
dc.subjectVollintine Evergreen Historic District (Memphis, Tenn.)en_US
dc.subjectVollintine Evergreen Community Associationen_US
dc.subjectHyde Park (Memphis, Tenn.)en_US
dc.subjectMetropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA)en_US
dc.titleBill and Vicki Webber, Hyde Park residents, 1979en_US
Appears in Collections:Everett R. Cook Oral History Collection

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