Oral History: Anita Cobb

Subject

Oral History; Community; religion; Mt. Zion Church; segregation; West Florence

Creator

Cobb, Anita (1934-)

Date

Contributor

Brian Murphy

Rights

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Format

MP3

Language

English

Type

Sound Recording-Nonmusical

Identifier

TMB_RCD_6.mp3
TMB_RCD_7.mp3
TMB_RCD-8.mp3
TMB RCD Transcript 6-8.rtf

Interviewer

Brian Murphy

Interviewee

Anita Cobb

Location

Trinity M.B. Church in Florence, Alabama

Original Format

MP3

Duration

TMB_RCD_06: 20:00
TMB_RCD_07: 20:00
TMB_RCD_08: 18:08

Time Summary

TMB_RCD_06: 00:01 to 20:00--History of Mt. Zion A.M.E. church; West Lauderdale county
TMB_RCD_07: 00:01 to 01:10--History of Mt. Zion, contd. 
                     01:11 to 07:55--Anita's grandparents; going to school with her mother, Hattie Pride Smith.
                     07:56 to 20:00--Florence in the 40s and 50s; downtown Florence businesses.
TMB_RCD_08: 00:01 to 18:08--Downtown Florence history; segregation

Files

TMB RCD 6.mp3
TMB RCD 7.mp3
TMB RCD 8.mp3
TMB RCD 6-8 transcript.docx

Collection

Citation

Cobb, Anita (1934-), “Oral History: Anita Cobb,” Shoals Black History, accessed January 21, 2020, https://shoalsblackhistory.omeka.net/items/show/196.