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K.002.006. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Cary Heritage Museums's Oral History Project

These interviews, conducted by members of the Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel as part of the Cary Heritage Museum's Oral History Project, contribute to the project's mission "to document the history of Cary by recording observations and reminiscences which relate to the character and development of the town." Interviewees include members of prominent Cary, N.C., families; a former mayor; former sharecropping families; long-time community merchants--restaurant, grocery, and barber shop owners; the town's retired chief of police and fire chief; and former Page-Walker Hotel owners.

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