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Luther Reynolds

Luther Reynolds was born in Mecklenburg County in 1932. He attended the Newell School (a Rosenwald School) through sixth grade. After 1947, he lived in the building which was formerly the Siloam School (a Rosenwald-style school) near a dairy farm in rural Charlotte.

This interview occurred on August 15, 2022 at the Charlotte Museum of history. Luther was interviewed by Terri L. White, President and CEO of the Charlotte Museum of History.

Click here to listen to the complete oral history. Click here to see Luther's description of the floorplan of the Siloam School after it became his home. Transcript coming soon.

Tags:   Education  |   Civil Rights  |   Oral History  |   Siloam School  |   Rosenwald Schools

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