Oral history interview with Ada Lee, 2012 December 11, part two

Collection:
Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project
Title:
Oral history interview with Ada Lee, 2012 December 11, part two
Creator:
Lee, Ada, 1924-
Contributor to Resource:
Buzzell, Marsha Priest
Publisher:
Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project, Houston County Public Library System
Date of Original:
2012-12-11
Subject:
Warner Robins (Ga.)--Georgia--Warner Robins
Railroads--Georgia
African Americans--Georgia--Warner Robins
African American women--Georgia--Warner Robins
Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Georgia
Housing development--Georgia--Warner Robins
Housing--Georgia--Warner Robins
Dwellings--Georgia--Warner Robins
Location:
United States, Georgia, Houston County, Warner Robins, 32.61574, -83.62664
Medium:
oral histories (literary works)
Type:
MovingImage
Description:
Oral history interview with Ada Lee conducted by Marsha Priest Buzzell on December 11, 2012 as part of the Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project.
Grants from Warner Robins Rotary Club and Flint Energies funded the project.
Ada Lee talks about using the railroad system, running into the KKK, and encountering discrimination -- Lee discusses some of the people she has worked with including Claude Lewis -- Lee describes the Jody Town community -- Lee discusses the process for moving into standard houses -- Lee talks about moving into her current home -- Lee discusses the railroad system -- Lee discusses her relationship with Pip Rape, Billy Rape, and Cullen Talton -- Lee talks about frequenting the Wellston Store -- Lee encourages everyone to love more
Metadata URL:
https://dlg.usg.edu/record/hlp_wroh_lee002
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/wroh/id:lee002
Language:
eng
Extent:
1 interview ; circa 18:37 minutes
Original Collection:
Warner Robins Heritage Society Oral History Project, Houston County Public Library System
Holding Institution:
Houston County Public Library System
Rights:
Rights Statement information

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