David White

Interviewed By Sheryl Goodwin-Jones

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Red Rooster (00:12)
Black Panther Party (08:02)
St. Nicholas Park (08:13)
135th st (08:52)
Lenox Terrace (09:15)
Harlem River Project (09:27)
lead poisoning (10:32)
153rd st (11:33)
Camp Minisink (12:35)
NYC Mission Society (12:39)
DeWitt Clinton High School (13:56)
Fredrick Douglass Academy (14:15)
Polo Grounds (27:37)
RepeatStart (36:30)
Earl Theatre (01:02:35)
Circle Line (01:02:54)
RepeatEnd (01:05:15)
Fort Gordon, GA (01:05:33)
Columbia, SC (01:05:43)
Fort Lewis, Washington (01:07:07)
Alexander Haig (01:13:24)
"Bumpy" Johnson (01:14:22)
H. Rap Brown (01:15:22)
COINTEL (01:16:00)
Aubrey Lewis (01:16:15)
Black Retail Action Group (BRAG) (01:19:30)
Black Arts (01:20:24)
Eddie Ellis (01:21:09)
OutdoorStart (01:23:01)
Harlem Boys' Club (01:58:58)
Abyssinia Baptist Church (01:59:07)
Adam Clayton Powell, jr. (01:59:18)
Red Rooster (02:00:00)
Thomas J. Dodd (02:00:34)
Numbers game (02:02:43)

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Interview Data

Date of Interview
August 12, 2014
Location of Interview
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Place of birth
Harlem, NYC
Occupations
Retired
Dates in Neighborhood
1941 to time of interview
Birth Year
1941
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About This Collection

A People's History of Harlem: A Harlem Neighborhood Oral History Project

This is a neighborhood oral history project that works to both preserve and document Harlem history through the stories of people who have experienced it. This project will collect oral histories of people who have lived or worked in the surrounding Harlem neighborhood and train community members to conduct these interviews. Both longtime and more recent residents are invited to share their neighborhood stories, documenting Harlem’s past and present history. Interviews will be preserved at The Milstein Division, available in a circulating collection, and accessible here at the New York Public Library website.