Lucille Gorham oral history interview


Title
Lucille Gorham oral history interview
Description
Video interview with Lucille Gorham as part of Growing up African-American in Pitt County, a project completed in 1994 by Mary L. Perkins-Williams and Mary Boccaccio. Gorham discusses what it was like to get involved in Pitt County politics as an African American woman, her role on the school board, race, her family, and other topics. This interview is volume 2 of the series. Interviewer: Mary L. Perkins-Williams.
Date
1994
Original Format
video recordings
Extent
18cm x 10cm
Local Identifier
0730-s3-b4
Subject(s)
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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