Homer E. Nash
In this interview, dated July 8, 1973, David Roberts speaks to Homer E. Nash. Homer Nash was a black doctor who grew up in the turn of the early 20th Century. Nash speaks frankly about his personal experiences involving racism, education, politics, and being enlisted in the Army during World War I. Nash includes information about lynching, the Ku Klux Klan, and the relationship of political parties to the African American community. He also recalls prominent politicians, such as Atlanta mayors James L. Key and William B. Hartsfield.
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Roberts, David and Nash, Homer E., "Homer E. Nash" (1973). David Roberts Oral History Collection. Recording 1.