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|Creator:||Huse, Andrew T.|
|Title:||Alton White / interviewed by Andy Huse|
|Date:||2006 July 10|
Alton White discusses his family's history, restaurants, and influence on Tampa's African-American community. Particular emphasis is given to his father, Moses White. The interview also discusses White's career in public service as director of the Model Cities Program and executive director of public housing in the 1970s and 1980s. White tells many stories about his family and the civil rights movement.
Interview conducted July 10, 2006.
|Types:||Transcripts | Oral histories | Sound recordings | Text | Sound|
|Subjects:||White, Alton | White, Moses, 1915-1984 | Civil rights workers--Interviews | Civil rights workers--Florida | African American families--Florida--Tampa | African American business enterprises--Florida--Tampa | City planning--Florida--Tampa | Public housings--Florida--Tampa | Florida|
|Collection:||Florida Civil Rights Oral Histories|
|Institution:||University of South Florida Libraries|
|Contributors:||University of South Florida Libraries. Florida Studies Center. Oral History Program | University of South Florida. Tampa Library|
|Online Publisher:||Tampa, Fla. : University of South Florida Tampa Library | 2006|
1 sound file (93 min.) : digital, MPEG4 file + transcript
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digital.lib.usf.edu/ohp/?doi=F55-00002|