Miles Greene Amos
In this interview, dated June 26,1973, David Roberts speaks to Miles Greene Amos, a pharmacist, who grew up in Atlanta during the turn of the early 20th Century. Amos speaks about his personal experiences involving racism, education, politics, and being the sole proprietor of a black-owned business. Amos includes information about lynching, the Ku Klux Klan, and the relationships between political parties of the African-American community. He also recalls prominent Atlanta individuals like Bishop Henry McNeil Turner.
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Roberts, David and Amos, Miles Greene, "Miles Greene Amos" (1973). David Roberts Oral History Collection. Recording 8.