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Tal Henry was the leader of the North Carolinians, a big band group. The band was at the heights of the country's popular music world during 1921 through 1936, making records and appearing in two short musical films for Warner Brothers. The band disbanded in 1936, and Henry moved to Greensboro, where he died in 1967 at age 68.
Although he says that every individual has interesting points, Livingstone chooses three to discuss. They are Frank Graham, president of the University of North Carolina; Charles W. Tillett, Sr., veteran Charlotte lawyer; and Beatrice Cobb, editor of the MORGANTON NEWS-HERALD.