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This interview with Leona and Garfield Lee. Garfield Lee and Leona Jackson married on January 23rd, 1913. Garfield served as a valet butler for 47 years. Mrs. Leona Lee was the first African American ever hired as a manicurist to work on white customers.Additional Descriptive Notes: Pasadena Black History #25
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