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Norvell Reed.JPG
Norvell Reed, black resident of Denton, Texas was born in 1921, in Quakertown shortly before the residents were forced to relocate.

Mohair_Families.mp3
Excerpt of an Oral History Interview, Billie Mohair, black resident of Denton, Texas recollects on her experiences with the women in the Fellowship. Additionally, Mohair discusses her family.

House.JPG
Photograph of Quakertown home of Maude Woods [Hembry] Clark, who was a relative of Alma Clark's husband, William. This home was built in 1905 at 97 Terry Street. It was relocated in 1921 to make way for a city park. Horses and railroad ties were used…

Mohair_Reflections.mp3
Excerpt of an Oral History Interview, Billie Mohair, black resident of Denton, Texas recollects on her experiences with the women in the fellowship. Additionally Mohair reflects on growing up during this time period.

Clark relatives.JPG
Studio portrait of a young couple. John Amus Clark, on the left, wears a three-piece suit and felt hat. Maude Woods Clark [Hembry], on the right, wears a striped blouse, a plaid skirt, and a straw hat.

Mae Nell Shephard on Overton, Small-town Segregation, and Denton.mp3
Excerpt from interview with Mae Nell Shephard, a black resident of Denton. Mae Nell Shephard describes her childhood and moving to Denton.

Dr. E.D. Moton.JPG
Portrait of Dr. E. D. Moton, the first African American doctor in Denton, visible from the chest up, wearing a dark-colored suit with pens in the jacket pocket

Cole on NCR movement.wav
Ruby Cole discusses her views on the National Civil Rights movement of the 1960s.

Clark and Kemble IFG impact.wav
Alma Clark and Betty Kimble discuss the positive impact of the DWIF on Denton.
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