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Calloway, W. L. (William L.)



  • Existence: 1908 - 1999

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Michael H. Trotter papers

Identifier: Y001.PUBLIC
Abstract Michael H. Trotter (born 1936) has been dedicated to civic and educational reform in his home city of Atlanta. In addition to his career as an attorney, professor of law, and legal historian, he has participated in such civic groups as the Atlanta Action Forum, the Atlanta Committee for Public Education, and Good Government Atlanta, earning recognition for his work toward racial equality and school reform. Trotter's papers, 1962-2016, document civic reform in Atlanta with minutes,...
Dates: 1962-2016

W.L. Callaway oral history interview, October 21, 1992

 Item — Othertype Oral History: Series Series A: ; Series Series B:; Series Series C: ; Series Series D: ; Series Series E: ; Series Series F: ; Series Series G: ; Series Series H: ; Series Series I: ; Series Series J: ; Series Series K: ; Series Series L: ; Series I; Series II; Series III; Series IV
Identifier: CallawayWL_19921021_P1992-13
Scope and Contents Interviewed by Cliff Kuhn. Among topics discussed: Family background; Atlanta's demographics; West End; Edmond Asa Ware Elementary School; the roles of Morehouse and Spelman colleges in black education before the opening of Booker T. Washington High School; C. L. Harper; Harper as a role model; the Atlanta police; desegregation of the police force; Butler street YMCA; Calloway's start in business; real estate; "Sweet Auburn"; Citizens Trust Company Bank; downtown banks; Atlanta Life...
Dates: October 21, 1992

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