SEGMENT: HOLIDAYS, TRANSPORTATION, & FAMILY
William Hubbard>UIS Collection H-I>UIS Collection H-I, Segment 19
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- Mr. Hubbard lists holidays that were celebrated. Washington Park was mainly for white folks. Bunn & Lincoln Park were mainly for black people. Mentions pot-luck picnics & ice-cream brought by church. Everybody, blacks & whites, participated in parades. Describes activities of Culture Club.
- Notes how he got from town to his farm as a child.
- Gives names of neighbors around his family farm & other relatives in Springfield. One relative was very cheap.