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Lottie Watkins oral history interview, 1992 June 25.

Author: Lottie Watkins; Kathryn L Nasstrom
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Georgia Government Documentation Project, Series J: Black and white women in Atlanta public life oral history collection.
Database:WorldCat
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The collection consists of an oral history interview with Lottie Watkins on June 25, 1992 in which she discusses her family background; education; early working career; 1960 Watkins starts own property management business; Geneva Haugabrooks as role model; fundraising for Butler Street YMCA; Bill Lucas, scout for Atlanta Braves; United Way and the YMCA; financial accountability of YMCA; Hungry Club and prominent  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral history
Sound recording
Named Person: Ella Mae Brayboy; Eunice Cooper; Grace Towns Hamilton; Geneva Haugabrooks; Aaron Henry; Jesse Hill; Lyndon B Johnson; Bill Lucas
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lottie Watkins; Kathryn L Nasstrom
OCLC Number: 38726935
Notes: Interviewed by Kathryn L. Nasstrom.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Description: 2 audiotapes ; cassette. Transcript (65 p.)
Other Titles: Georgia Government Documentation Project.

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The collection consists of an oral history interview with Lottie Watkins on June 25, 1992 in which she discusses her family background; education; early working career; 1960 Watkins starts own property management business; Geneva Haugabrooks as role model; fundraising for Butler Street YMCA; Bill Lucas, scout for Atlanta Braves; United Way and the YMCA; financial accountability of YMCA; Hungry Club and prominent attendees; whites at the Hungry Club; social workers important to Watkins' civic work; Grace Hamilton; Eunice Cooper; the Atlanta Urban League; student sit-in movement; Jesse Hill; black boycott of downtown Atlanta; Watkins joins lunch counter sit-in; leaders and participants in sit-ins; how Watkins business and civic activities related; Watkins' family participates in political activities; Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference; West Hunter Library discussions on education; police brutality and scholarship funds; All Citizens Registration Drive; Watkins becomes registrar; NAACP Freedom Fund Banquets; Aaron Henry; Eunice Cooper and women as officers in the NAACP; fundrasing; Grace Hamilton in the Urban League; Butler Street YMCA; various political campaign involvements by Watkins; Lyndon Johnson; interracial meetings among Democrats; and Ella Mae Brayboy.

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