Leona Florence Carter
In this recording, dated July 15, 1973, David Roberts speaks to Leona Florence Carter, a retired school teacher. Ms. Carter speaks about her childhood in Belvidere, IL, attending the Tuskegee Institute and Booker T. Washington, and what her life was like when she moved to Atlanta. She also discusses race relations, the KKK, and John Calhoun.
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Roberts, David and Carter, Leona Florence, "Leona Florence Carter" (1973). David Roberts Oral History Collection. Recording 10.