Mary Virginia Jones oral history interview, November 11, 1997

Mary Virginia Jones oral history interview, November 11, 1997
Oral history interview with Mary Virginia Jones of Greenville, N.C. Jones describes her family, her childhood, her education at Fleming Street School and C.M. Eppes School in Greenville, N.C. and North Carolina A&T, and her career as a teacher at Kittrell Junior Collge in Kittrell, N.C., South Ayden School in Ayden, N.C. and C.M. Eppes School and J.H. Rose High School in Greenville, N.C. Of note, Jones the desegregation of the schools in Greenville and her favorite teachers and other notable Greenville educators including J.H. Rose, J.W. Ormond, Lena Brown, Mrs. [Mag?] Barnes Allen, and [Auga?] B. Myers. Interviewer: Carrie Ruffin.
November 11, 1997
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oral histories
10cm x 63cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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