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Catalog Number CC2014.29.1
Title Oral history interview with Eleanor Pritchett and Audrey Cobb, c.June 2014
Credit line Courtesy of Eleanor Pritchett and Audrey Cobb, by arrangement with St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church.
Collection St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church Oral History Project
Object Type Digital Gift
Date 2014-06?
Narrator's name Eleanor Pritchett and Audrey Cobb
Description/Scope & Content Eleanor Pritchett and Audrey Cobb interviewed by Olive Springer Ezell, recorded circa June 2014, for St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church Oral History Project. The narrators describe their experiences at St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church (especially youth programs and Girl/Boy Scouts), segregation and Jim Crow in Hampton and Phoebus, work at Fort Monroe, Buckroe and Bay Shore beaches, and integration in Hampton and Newport News.
Interviewer Olive Springer Ezell
Interview place St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church
Length of Interview 00:49:58
Extent of Description Master/original audio file (mp3)
Edited audio file (mp3)
Narrator photo (jpg)
People Cobb, Audrey
Pritchett, Eleanor
Camel, Miss
Bassette, Burl, Dr.
Obama, Barack Hussein, President
King, Martin Luther, Jr., Dr.
Bryan, Carter Braxton, Rev.
Hamilton, Ebenezer H., Rev.
Davis, Peggy
Wilkerson, Charlotte
Phillips, Saul
Cardwell, Mary W.
Monk, Thelonius
Simone, Nina
Dennis, Walter D., Rev.
Alexander, Lloyd M., Rev.
Harper, George E., Rev.
Duke, Rev.
Gibson, Theodore R., Rev.
Baxter, Nathan, Rev.
Dennis, Walter D., Rev.
Estill, Reverdy, Rev.
Topics African-American History
Civil Rights (Segregation/Integration/Jim Crow)
Civic groups/clubs
Place Names District10--Aberdeen
Structure--St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church
Site--Hampton University
Site--Phoebus Historic District
Site--Buckroe Beach
Site--Bay Shore Resort
Parent Collection record CC2014.27.1
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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