Interview: Arthur Dingle, July 11, 1983

Title

Interview: Arthur Dingle, July 11, 1983

Subject

African Americans--Segregation
Race discrimination.
United States--Race relations.
World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives, American
African American veterans
World War, 1914-1918--Veterans
African Americans--Employment.
Depressions--1929.
African Americans--Conduct of life.
African Americans--Social conditions.
Philadelphia (Pa.)--Social conditions.
African Americans--Economic conditions.
African Americans--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.

Description

Arthur Clifford Dingle (1891-1989) was born in Manning, South Carolina to Edward Dingle and Susan Emma Dingle. He was one of nine children. Dingle attended public school in South Carolina until the age of 17 when his father died. After the death of his father, Dingle left South Carolina in search of work to support his mother and the remaining 8 children, beginning his migration towards the North, eventually settling in Philadelphia where he resided until his death in 1989.

Date

1983-07-11

Format

audio

Identifier

2014OH161GN013

Interviewer

Charles Hardy

Interviewee

Arthur Dingle

Interview Keyword

African American families
African American business enterprises
Château-Thierry, Battle of, Château-Thierry, France, 1918
African Americans--Southern States.
African American neighborhoods

Files

Dingle_OH.jpg


Citation

“Interview: Arthur Dingle, July 11, 1983,” Goin' North, accessed October 22, 2019, http://goinnorth.org/items/show/1049.