|Title||Oral history interview with Margaret Morgan Sykes, 2013 Nov. 14|
|Collection||First Baptist Church Oral History Project|
|Object Type||Digital Gift|
|Narrator's name||Margaret Morgan Sykes|
|Description/Scope & Content||Oral history interview recorded through partnership with First Baptist Church of Hampton. Margaret Morgan Sykes describes her memories of First Baptist Church, interviewed by Patricia Nettles-Pegram, Nov. 14th, 2013. Topics discussed include the Lincoln Street African American community, racially integrated neigborhoods in the Phoebus area, Hampton during the Jim Crow era, and Union Elementary School.|
|Interview place||Narrator's home|
|Length of Interview||00:27:27|
|Extent of Description||
Master/original audio file (mp3)
Edited audio file (mp3)
Sykes, Margaret Morgan
Booth, William D., Rev.
Thomas, James E., III, Rev.
Wills, Richard W., Rev.
Civil Rights (Segregation/Integration/Jim Crow)
Structure--First Baptist Church of Hampton
|Parent Collection record||CC2013.14.0|
|Notes||Oral history interviews are the personal memories and reflections of the narrator, and the Hampton History Museum cannot guarantee the accuracy of an interview's content. The views and opinions expressed by the narrator are not necessarily those of the Hampton History Museum or City of Hampton.|
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