Moving to Durham

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document Transitions and Community Identity: Beverly Washington Jones
Beverly Washington Jones discusses how her grandfather was enticed to move to Durham to work in tobacco.
document Transitions and Community Identity: Charlie Necoda Mack
Charlie Necoda Mack talks about the 1920s and her move to Durham.
document Transitions and Community Identity: Danny Kelly
Danny Kelly was the Operator of the Leaf Warehouse in Durham.
document Transitions and Community Identity: Reginald Mitchiner
Reginald Mitchiner worked for Liggett & Myers in a variety of jobs; here he talks about coming to Durham.
document Market Days and the Tobacco Auction: Clyde Singleton
Clyde Singleton was a warehouseman and speculator.
document Market Days and the Tobacco Auction: Arthur Barnes
Arthur Barnes describes working in tobacco production and as a handyman for one of Durham's many warehouses.
document Full Transcript: Charlie Necoda Mack
Charlie Necoda Mack talks about the 1920s, her move to Durham, drying tobacco and the impact of new tobacco technology on factory workers.
document Full Transcript: Reginald Mitchiner
Reginald Mitchiner worked for Durham tobacco companies in a variety of jobs; he talks about life in the factories and his move to Durham as a young man.
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