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0705: Carrie Noble Kline Papers
Marshall University Archives and Special Collections
The transcript of this interview has not been located/may not exist. All that is present for this one is the abstract.
An African-American man nearing seventy is from an urban area in the southern half of West Virginia. Referred as someone who believed this individual would fit within the scope of the project, interviews with sexual minorities from West Virginia, this informant did not identify himself as gay, bisexual or trans gendered. He spoke of his mother as a "fiercely independent person," a classification he now gives to himself. He depicts scenes of black urban neighborhood life before the time of desegregation.
This interview was made available because of the Honors 480 course, Trash or Treasure: An Introduction to Archives during the fall 2021 semester. This item was digitized and metadata was provided by Ashalia Aggarwal.
Appalachia, Rural, West Virginia
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Kline, Carrie Noble and Anonymous, "Interview #11 Abstract, 2001" (2001). 0705: Carrie Noble Kline Papers. 3.