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California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) Introduction [00:00]; Residence in Los Angeles, California [00:33]; Father’s employment as Baptist missionary minister in Los Angeles, California [01:23]; Children in family [02:35]; Jobs for African Americans in Oakland [03:03]; Meeting and courtship with Felix Beckford [04:18]; Felix Beckford working as a taxicab driver in San Francisco, California [05:00]; Salary as a taxicab driver [07:03]; Felix Beckford work as a car polisher in Oakland known as ‘Felix the Cat’ [07:50]; Beckford children [11:07]; Operating a miniature golf course in Oakland in the 1930s [11:48]
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