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    • The North End Oral History Project: Mrs. Dorothy Brightwell

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Civil rights; Racism; Churches; Business & finance
    • Mrs. Dorothy Brightwell sits down with Tyrell Shaw and talks about growing up in Lumpkin, Georgia, and moving to Mansfield in 1943 at age eighteen. Mrs. Brightwell talks about many aspects of life in Mansfield in the years since, including how...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mrs. Carolyn Caldwell

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Segregation; Racism; Business & finance; Churches
    • Mrs. Carolyn Caldwell sits down with Tyrell Shaw to discuss her life in Mansfield--including moving from Alabama to Ohio, living on Mansfield's North End, segregation and racism in the area during the 1950's, attending church in Mansfield, working...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mrs. Barbara Wilson

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Churches; Business & finance; Civil rights; Segregation; Racism; Steel industry; Iron & steel workers; Reminiscing
    • Mrs. Barbara Wilson sits down with Cordereo Bentley to discuss growing up in Mansfield after her family relocated here to be closer to family (including aunts, uncles, and cousins that lived in the same neighborhood.) Wilson recalls different jobs...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mrs. Geraldine Young

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Churches; Racism; Segregation; Civil rights;Police; Restaurants; Stores; Dance halls; World War II
    • Mrs. Geraldine Young sits down with Tyrell Shaw to discuss growing up in Mansfield as one of six children during World War II. Mrs. Young talks about socializing through her church, shopping, going to restaurants, and going to dance halls. Young...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mrs. Bessie Marsh

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Homicides; Eubanks, Lester; Television programs; Churches; Schools; Segregation; Racism; Civil rights
    • Mrs. Bessie Marsh sits down with Theda Shaw and talks about growing up in Mansfield, attending Crevling School, and working at Gray's Drug Store. Marsh recalls the Lester Eubanks murder trial and it's effect on the community, as well as being...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mr. Sam Dunn

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Racism; North Central Technical College (NCTC); Business people; Stores & shops
    • Sam Dunn sits down with Matt Ayers to discuss the questions people didn't ask their parents while he was growing up--like what year they moved to Mansfield, and how much money his father earned. Dunn also discusses the racial tensions, including...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mr. Jeff Payton

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Nostalgia; Activists; NAACP; Racism
    • Mr. Jeff Payton sits down with Cordereo Bentley to discuss his family's move to Mansfield from Mississippi in 1948, and how several families migrated to Mansfield because of the city's many industrial jobs. Payton recalls earning money as a child...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mr. Clarence Hargo

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Nostalgia; Sports
    • Mr. Clarence Hargo sits down with Cordero Bentley to discuss what it was like growing up in Mansfield during the 50's and 60's. Hargo recalls playing ball Johns Park and lots around the town, as well as what it was like to "integrate" segregating...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mr. Harvey Day

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Racism; Political representation; Politicians; Advice
    • Mr. Harvey Day sits down with Cordereo Bentley and discusses how he was "born, bred, and fed" in Mansfield. Day explains that "life was beautiful growing up," and that he didn't know prejudice as a child--only as an adult. Day explains his...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mrs. Frankie Brown

    • Oral histories; Mansfield (Ohio); Nostalgia; Games; Segregation; Racism; Churches; Music; Music halls
    • Mrs. Frankie Brown sits down with Matt Ayers to discuss leaving Washington, Georgia, and moving to Mansfield in 1941. Brown recalls listening to radio programs like the Lone Ranger, and using a ringer washing machine. as well as children having to...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Ms. Beverly Cline

    • Oral histories; Segregation; Racism; Churches; Swimming pools
    • Ms. Beverly Cline sits down with Cordereo Bentley and talks about what it was like to grow up on the North End in Mansfield. The "quiet one" in a family of nine children, Cline discusses growing up as one of the few blacks in a mainly German...
    • The North End Oral History Project: Mrs. Carrie Nall

    • Oral histories; Stores; Churches; African-American entrepreneurship
    • Ms. Carrie Nall sits down with Matt Ayers to discuss leaving Columbus, and growing up in Mansfield. Nall remembers attending Creveling School, her first job with the Neighborhood Youth Corps in 1966, and hiring in at General Motors in the early...

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