Fannie Mae Jenkins and Charles E. Jenkins

Fannie Mae Jenkins and Charles E. Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins on the couch in their house in Bethel, N.C. The Jenkins's had been next door neighbors to Ronald Kimber in downtown Greenville, where they were well-known residents living at 102 W. 1st Street. The African American neighborhood in this area was removed and the area redeveloped in the 1960s to create a town common area. Fannie Mae is Kimber's cousin, and she and Charles would go to the beach in Washington, N.C. with him. Date from photograph verso. Loaned for scanning by Ronald Kimber.
December 2001
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10cm x 15cm
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