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Edna Banks interview on July 31, 1984. Mr. Banks also joins conversation at times in this interview. Edna Banks belonged to one of the prominent African American families in Pasadena. She was educated at UCLA. She talks about transportation, means of entertainment for African Americans in Pasadena, job opportunities for blacks and the role of churches in lives of African Americans in Pasadena.
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African Americans--California--Los Angeles
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