Interview with Albert Stinson, January 24, 1979

Project: Blacks in Lexington Oral History Project

Interview Summary

Born in Tennessee, Mr. Stinson came to Lexington in 1924, working for the Southern Railroad until 1939. He discusses working conditions on the railroad and in the tobacco industry, the Great Depression, the effects of mechanization, unionization of the tobacco industry, and the civil rights movement.

Interview Accession

1979oh090_kh143

Interviewee Name

Albert Stinson

Interviewer Name

Edward Owens

Interview Date

1979-01-24

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Stinson, Albert Interview by Edward Owens. 24 Jan. 1979. Lexington, KY: Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries.

Stinson, A. (1979, January 24). Interview by E. Owens. Blacks in Lexington Oral History Project. Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington.

Stinson, Albert, interview by Edward Owens. January 24, 1979, Blacks in Lexington Oral History Project, Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries.





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