Walter A. Gay Jr.

In two 1984 interviews, Walter Gay (c. 1902- c. 1994) shared his experiences with racial violence in Georgia and his family's move to Philadelphia in 1917, his early observations of life in the city, and his role in the rise of Black Democrats during the political realignment of the 1930s.

EXPLORE WALTER GAY'S INTERVIEW┬╗

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Jeremy Tonnessen