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Title
Oral history interview with Byron Rumford
Creator
Crouchett, Lawrence P
Contributor
Rumford, Byron
Date Created and/or Issued
198u
Contributing Institution
Oakland Public Library, African American Museum and Library at Oakland
Collection
California Revealed from African American Museum and Library at Oakland
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Description
Oral history interview with Byron Rumford interviewed by Lawrence P. Crouchett. Part 1: FEPC [00:40], Introduction of National Guard bill [01:00], Introduction of FEPC bill [01:47], Writing the FEPC bill [02:16], Problems introducing FEPC [02:36], Support of labor and NAACP for FEPC [04:36], Gov. Pat Brown [05:08], C.L. Dellums [05:46], Franklin Williams [06:21], Opposition to FEPC [06:45], Joe Lewis [29:20], Early 1930s in Berkeley/decision to run for state assembly [31:09], Campaign manager Ben Watkins [35:50], Committee chairman D.G. Gibson [36:00], Black republicans [40:23], Central Committee of the Alameda County Democratic Party [42:00], Claude Allen/Berkeley Interracial Committee [44:25] Part II: Working as a pharmacist [15:11], Discrimination and trouble finding work as a pharmacist [16:47], First drugstore [22:06], Growing up in Phoenix, AZ [22:55], Discrimination in Phoenix, AZ [25:45], Rev. Caldwell and Rev. Faubus of the 2nd Ave. Baptist Church [26:45], Working at the Arizona Club [28:30]
Type
sound
Format
Unknown
1/8 inch audio cassette
Extent
2 Tapes of 2
Identifier
http://archive.org/details/caolaam_00005a
https://californiarevealed.org/islandora/object/cavpp%3A68217
Language
English
Relation
Lawrence P. Crouchett Papers
http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8tm7bwm/
Provenance
African American Museum and Library at Oakland
The California Revealed Project is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

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