Charles L. Brown Part Three

Part three of the interview of Charles L. Brown of Carlisle, Pennsylvania on November 13, 1998 by David Kates. Kates conducted the interview for research on the Desegregation of the Carlisle School District as part of an American Studies Seminar. Interview was digitized from a cassette tape.

Citation:
David Kates, "Charles L. Brown, November 13, 1988," in the Elizabeth V. and George F. Gardner Digital Library, http://gardnerlibrary.org/stories/charles-l-brown-part-3, (accessed Month Day, Year).

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